Focus on Safety

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Community safety is our top priority in 2022. As part of our heightened efforts to address concerns about safety in the city, we are calling on our community to complete a survey to share your views on this important topic.

About the survey

The survey is being conducted by the independent project team led by Dr. Curt T. Griffiths, professor and coordinator of the Police Studies program, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University and Dr. Eli Sopow, professor in the Master of Business Administration program, University Canada West. Both Dr. Griffiths and Dr. Sopow have extensive experience conducting studies of police operations, strategies, and resource utilization across the province. The survey will run from Feb. 15 through to March 6 and is available through the link below. Registration is not required and participation in the survey is anonymous. The results of the survey will be shared publicly and will help inform the recommendations of the Community Safety Resource Review now underway. More information on the review, other key initiatives and ongoing efforts to address concerns about safety can be found at penticton.ca/focus-on-safety.

Community safety is our top priority in 2022. As part of our heightened efforts to address concerns about safety in the city, we are calling on our community to complete a survey to share your views on this important topic.

About the survey

The survey is being conducted by the independent project team led by Dr. Curt T. Griffiths, professor and coordinator of the Police Studies program, School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University and Dr. Eli Sopow, professor in the Master of Business Administration program, University Canada West. Both Dr. Griffiths and Dr. Sopow have extensive experience conducting studies of police operations, strategies, and resource utilization across the province. The survey will run from Feb. 15 through to March 6 and is available through the link below. Registration is not required and participation in the survey is anonymous. The results of the survey will be shared publicly and will help inform the recommendations of the Community Safety Resource Review now underway. More information on the review, other key initiatives and ongoing efforts to address concerns about safety can be found at penticton.ca/focus-on-safety.

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