Warwick Police ask Residents for Report Card
WARWICK, R.I. (AP) – The Warwick Police Department wants residents and business owners to weigh in on how well it's serving the community.
The department is asking residents and business owners to fill out a “Satisfaction Survey” by the end of next month. The department says it conducts a confidential survey every three years in an attempt to get honest feedback on how people view its work.
The department recently sent out postcards asking residents and business owners to complete the survey by Jan. 31. It asks questions about how much confidence people have in the department, whether officers treat people fairly and whether residents feel safe walking alone in their neighborhoods.
To view the survey, click here.