A reminder that the Seattle Public Safety Survey is still open: http://publicsafetysurvey.org/ and will close on November 30. Thank you to all who have already completed the survey. We are working to get a record-breaking number of responses and want to hear from everyone in Seattle. Make sure your voice is heard!

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 http://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.

If you have suggestions regarding groups or individuals who are not on Nextdoor and/or do not have access to Internet/computers/phones, Seattle University researchers can help setup outreach and assist in the facilitation of the surveys in communities and organizations. We have alternative methods of administering the survey on tablets and will be willing to meet with groups to administer the survey in person. If you are interested in this please contact me or your precinct Research Assistant/Analyst — Jennifer Burbridge (Southwest), Grace Goodwin (South), Karmen Schur (North), Matthew Thomas (East), Joey Singer/Chase Yap (West) .

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