Big Island Police Inviting Public to Participate in Anonymous Community Satisfaction Survey

The public is invited to participate in an anonymous Community Satisfaction Survey for the Hawaiʻi Police Department during the month of May.

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Chief Harry Kubojiri said previous Community Satisfaction Surveys helped him identify actions the Police Department could take to increase community satisfaction. “Our partnership with the community is crucial,” Kubojiri said. “This survey is one of the ways we can improve that partnership by incorporating community feedback into our daily operations.”

The internet survey will be open from 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 1, until 4 p.m. Friday, May 31, at www.hawaiipolice.com. It takes about five minutes to complete and is limited to one survey per computer. Participants will be able to enter detailed comments and suggestions at the end of the survey. The respondent’s IP address will not be stored in the survey results.

The responses will be collected and compiled by an outside source. After the survey period, results will be posted on the Police Department’s website.

2 Responses

  1. DAMON I WAS ASDALTED BY THE POLICE AT MY HOME I NEED YOUR HALP/ADWISE PLS.CALL ME 854-3532 OR E-MAIL!!! THANKS

  2. And the winner of anonymous “Community Satisfaction Survey” will be given the opportunity to spend the day with Hawai’i’s Mayor Billy Kenoi, joining him in a Hawaii Tribune Herald and West Hawai’i Today front page photo opportunity. All other less than “glowing’ surveys will be followed up on in the near future.

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