Guelph police to survey community about quality of policing

The Guelph Police Services Board and the Guelph Police Service are asking the community to help develop their upcoming strategic policing plan.

Residents will receive phone calls and email surveys over the next month

Police want to hear concerns, questions and ideas about policing from the Guelph community. (Colin Butler/CBC News)

The Guelph Police Services Board and the Guelph Police Service are asking for the community's help to develop their new strategic policing plan.  

Starting July 11 and concluding in mid-August, residents will be surveyed about the quality of policing services as well as any other ideas that may assist them in developing this strategy.

During the survey, police will call or email randomly selected households in Guelph to obtain feedback between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. on weekdays.

Police encourage residents who don't get a phone call or an email to participate in the survey by emailing 2019strategicplan@guelphpolice.ca or writing the Guelph Police Service at:

Guelph Police Service – Research and Development

15 Wyndham Street South

Guelph ON N1H 4C6  

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