New December Safety Newsletter and a reminder from the SW Precinct!

We’ve received a new crime prevention newsletter as well as an important reminder from Jennifer Burbridge at the SW Police Precinct.

First, her December Safety Newsletter is embedded here, and linked below in .pdf format – it arrived this morning and was accompanied by this note:

As we delve into the holiday season, there are many important crime prevention suggestions to keep in mind.

Attached and provided below is the SW Precinct December Crime Prevention Newsletter, focused on holiday safety!

Let me know if you have any questions.

And keep an eye out for more important holiday crime prevention tips!

Here is the file in .pdf format – so you can easily print it or follow the links.

 

As well, yesterday we received this reminder that the Seattle Public Safety Survey deadline is fast-approaching:

From: Burbridge, Jennifer [mailto:Jennifer.Burbridge@seattle.gov]
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2017 11:43 AM
Subject: Seattle Public Safety Survey- Last Week to Ensure Your Voice is Heard!!!

If you haven’t yet taken the 2017 Seattle Public Safety Survey, I would like to ask you to take a few minutes to do so — The survey will only be available for one more week!

If you have crime or safety concerns, this is your opportunity to voice your opinion. A report on the survey results will be provided to the Seattle Police Department to assist in making Seattle neighborhoods safer and more secure. The survey is accessible at publicsafetysurvey.org through November 30th and is available in 11 languages: Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya and Vietnamese!

Make sure your voice is heard by completing the public safety survey today: http://publicsafetysurvey.org/index.html

Please help us to make sure everyone knows about this opportunity! Feel free to distribute this information to your friends, family, neighbors, community groups and co-workers.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Here are the files in .pdf format – so you can easily print them.

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Take part in the 3rd citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey!

We received the following announcement last week.

Seattle University is administering the 3rd annual citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey. The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback on public safety and security concerns from those who live and/or work in Seattle. A report on the survey results will be provided to the Seattle Police Department to assist them with making your neighborhood safer and more secure.

The survey is accessible at http://publicsafetysurvey.org/index.html  from October 15th through November 30th and is available in Amharic, Arabic, Chinese, English, Korean, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tigrinya and Vietnamese.

Please circulate this information to your friends, family, co-workers and community members and feel free to post the information on your social media. Public safety and security are community concerns. Please make sure your voice is heard by completing the public safety survey today.

Susan Nembhard
Seattle University Research Analyst

Susan.nembhard@seattle.gov

East Precinct

 

West Seattleites: don’t forget to take the Public Safety Survey this month!

When we first posted about the Public Safety Survey, the deadline for participating may have seemed far, far away. Now, that deadline is fast approaching. Please take a few minutes to share your opinions about safety-related issues by November 30th.

This survey is open to those who live, work, and/or spend time in Seattle. We think it’s important that West Seattle people weigh in, and take this opportunity to be heard.

You’ll find the survey (available to take in multiple languages) at publicsafetysurvey.org. Click this link to our first post for more details about the survey.

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Voice your concerns! Take the Seattle Public Safety Survey!

Tomorrow, October 15th, 2016, another Seattle Public Safety Survey gets underway!

Some of you may recall that a similar survey also took place last year at this time. This will be the second (perhaps, second annual?) one. We’ve included a link to the survey, as well as more details below.

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Dear Community Members,

Please visit publicsafetysurvey.org to take part in the 2016 Seattle Public Safety Survey.

The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback from those who live and/or work in Seattle to increase public safety and security in your neighborhood.

Through the survey results we will provide detailed reports on the safety concerns of each neighborhood to our partner, the Seattle Police Department, who will use that information to alter their community policing plans in your neighborhood to address the concerns of your community.

The survey is accessible from October 15th through November 30th and is available in Amharic, Chinese, English, Korean, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese.

Please tell your friends, family, co-workers and community members about the Seattle Public Safety Survey and feel free to post the survey link on your social media.

Public safety and security are community concerns. Please make sure your voice is heard by completing the public safety survey today.

Jennifer Burbridge, the Seattle University Graduate Research Assistant who has been working with the SW Precinct for the past year and a half on the Micro-Community Policing Plans; (and her counterparts, who are working with the other Seattle police precincts), are again conducting this survey.

Jennifer will be one of our guests at the next meeting of the West Seattle Block Captains’ Network on October 25th. Bring any questions you have for her about this new survey.

Jennifer noted that you can get in touch with her, before or after our meeting, if you would like to work with her to setup outreach and assist in the facilitation of the survey to your specific communities or organizations. You can reach her through the SW Police Precinct.

We hope you will take a few minutes to complete the survey yourselves, as well as pass it along to those in your Block Watch groups.

The Seattle Public Safety Survey is open for participation from tomorrow, October 15th through November 30th.

Have you taken the Seattle Public Safety Survey yet?

If not, there’s still time! The deadline for participation is November 30th.

You can access the survey online at publicsafetysurvey.org. It is available in Amharic, Chinese, English, Korean, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese, as well as English.

If someone you know is not able to take the survey online and would like help or more information, contact Jennifer Burbridge who is working with the SW Police Precinct. You can find her contact info, as well as more details about the survey and the Micro-Community Policing Plans here.
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As we noted earlier, we hope you will take a few minutes to complete the survey yourselves, as well as pass it along to those in your Block Watch groups. This is a citywide survey and we want West Seattle opinions and safety concerns to be heard, and of course, addressed!

Take part in the citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey!

If you attended our September meeting, you may recall that Jennifer Burbridge, (the Seattle University Graduate Research Assistant who is working with the SW Precinct), mentioned this survey during her presentation about the Micro-Community Policing Plans.  We received the attached flyer and follow-up details from her this week.

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Seattle University is administering the citywide Seattle Public Safety Survey. The purpose of the survey is to solicit feedback on public safety and security concerns from those who live and/or work in Seattle. A report on the survey results will be provided to the Seattle Police Department to assist them with making your neighborhood safer and more secure.

The survey is accessible at publicsafetysurvey.org from October 15th through November 30th and is available in Amharic, Chinese, English, Korean, Somali, Spanish and Vietnamese.

Please circulate this information to your friends, family, co-workers and community members and feel free to post the information on your social media. Public safety and security are community concerns. Please make sure your voice is heard by completing the public safety survey today.

Jennifer added that you can get in touch with her, “If you would like to work with a Seattle University researcher to setup outreach and assist in the facilitation of the survey to your communities or organizations, or you would like more information about the survey, please do not hesitate to contact me.” You can reach her through the SW Police Precinct.

We hope you will take a few minutes to complete the survey yourselves, as well as pass it along to those in your Block Watch groups!  We want West Seattle opinions and safety concerns to be heard, and of course, addressed!