Thomasville Times Enterprise

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February 4, 2014

TPD seeking input

THOMASVILLE — Every three years, as part of an ongoing initiative to provide custom-tailored law enforcement service to the community, Thomasville Police Department conducts a survey of public opinion.

The surveys are then used to gauge the effectiveness of past performance and to create a new, three-year plan to address newly identified issues and improve existing services.

This year’s survey, which will be available through March, can be accessed by visiting www.thomasville.org/police.

The police department encourages all Thomasville residents to take the survey.

“These surveys are an important part of our planning process, so we would like to encourage Thomasville residents to take a minute or two of their time and complete a survey,” said police Chief Ellis Jackson.

This year marks the first year the TPD survey will be available online.

“We are striving to make it as convenient as possible for citizens to communicate with us, so we have made this survey easily accessible from our website,” said Jackson. “In addition to convenience, we wanted citizens to be comfortable providing feedback to us, so we have partnered with Thomas University, who will administer the survey on our behalf.”

“Thomas University will ensure that all results we receive are 100 percent anonymous,” Jackson noted.

For more information about the survey, citizens can contact Dr. Debra Gresham at (229) 226-1621, ext. 1121.

 

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