On June 10, 2020, Bakersfield City Councilmember Andrae Gonzales directed the Bakersfield Police Department to form a community panel that would work together over a six-month period to review and evaluate regional and national police policy and training recommendations. To this end, the Bakersfield Police Department-Community Collaborative (BPD-CC) aims to solicit and formalize community-sourced recommendations for policing reform, policing capacity, and building trust and greater partnership between BPD and the Bakersfield Community.
The Bakersfield Police Department - Community Collaborative invites you to take this “Community Survey on Public Safety, Community Policing and Law Enforcement.” It will take approximately five minutes of your time. Your participation will help your agency to improve its services, processes, and reputation. Participant names will not be included as this survey is completely confidential and anonymous. The survey is designed to assist in making evidence-based recommendations to the Bakersfield Police Department by gathering opinions and experiences from members of its community. The survey assesses five key components that involve your local law enforcement agency:
l Community involvement
l Procedural Justice
l Contact and Satisfaction
The community survey - on "Public Safety, Community Policing, and Law Enforcement" can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BPDCCsurvey. The survey will take about 5 minutes to complete. Results are anonymous and confidential. Please take this survey and please encourage others to do so as well by sharing the attached flyer and survey link. For more information, please email the Bakersfield Police Department – Community Collaborative committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, call NaTesha “T” Johnson, BPC-CC Communications and Community Outreach Chair at (661) 281-5007.
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