The DeKalb County Police Department is conducting a survey of its citizens to gather impressions about county police services and how well they do their job.
“Public Safety continues to be the county’s top priority,” said CEO Ellis in a statement. “I encourage all DeKalb residents to take the survey and provide the county with the information we need to plan for the future and preserve the safety of our county.”
The image of the county's police took a hit last month when two officers assigned to the Tucker Precinct were arrested and charged with corruption.
The 11-question survey is designed to glean feedback from DeKalb residents about county police services such as response times, roadside assistance, traffic citations, and satisfaction with the level of assistance citizens received from the Police Department. The results will be provided to the Police Chief for his use in planning and achieving the goals of the Police Department.
Residents can complete the survey anonymously, or provide comments and contact information. The deadline to complete the survey is March 31.
The DeKalb County Police Department is based at West Exchange Place in Tucker.
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