Friday, July 22, 2016

Greefield releases survey of community concerns

More than 60 percent of Greenfield residents surveyed said they feel safe in the city. And nearly half said gangs are not a problem in their neighborhood.

These are some of the responses found in a survey police representatives conducted earlier this month.  Representatives held 200 face-to-face surveys throughout the city in order to find out residents biggest concerns.

The surveys were conducted at randomly selected addresses by teams of officers and community members knocking on doors for in-person interviews. Community members who accompanied police also provided translation services. Addresses were randomly selected by a computer application.

Detailed results were presented to the Greenfield City Council and can be found here.

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