If you have thoughts on the Green Bay Police Department or the issues facing your neighborhood, Chief Andrew Smith wants to hear from you. Kris Schuller has more on how you can have your opinions heard.
Ever since Chief Smith took over the Green Bay Police Department he has made it a point to reach out to the community. In a survey he’s now asking the public to grade his employees.
The online survey asks a number of questions about public interaction with department employees – both sworn officers and civilian staff.
The survey asks users to rate officers’ performance and if they’ve had any issues while encountering an officer.
The survey also tries to determine the public’s perception of crime and safety within their neighborhood.
And looks for suggestions on the three top concerns the department needs to be more focused on.
“I want people to know the chief is concerned with how our officers are doing.” Said Smith. “I get calls and letters every day from people about how our cops are doing. But this is an opportunity to take a wide view of the department and let a lot of people weigh in and see if there are any patterns or trends we need to work on.”
The anonymous survey takes just a couple of minutes to complete and will be open for the next two weeks. If you’d like to fill one out – follow this link to the Green Bay Police Department.