Have something to say about the police to the police? Community-Police dialogues want to hear from you
The Seattle Police Department is holding its second community-police dialogue for Southwest Precinct on Thursday July 14, 2022.
Here is the link to sign up for the 2022 Community-Police Dialogues.
2021 SPD MCPP Reports – The SPD research team has completed two reports – the 2021 Seattle Public Safety Survey Results and the 2021 Community Police Dialogues Results. Links to the reports are below. The 2021 Seattle Public Safety Report includes results from the 2021 Seattle Public Safety Survey citywide, precinct, and micro-community. The 2021 Community-Police Dialogues Report includes results of the virtual community-police dialogues we conducted last spring/summer separated by precinct:
2022 SPD MCPP Seattle Police Community-Police Dialogues
The 2022 virtual community-police dialogues study was begun on May 19 and will continue running every Thursday night 5:30-7:30pm from May 19 through August 25, 2022 – 3 for each precinct. The purpose of the dialogues is to provide an overview of the findings from the 2021 Seattle Public Safety Survey and to give community members and police personnel opportunity to engage in dialogue that is precinct-specific.
Seattle University collaborates with the Seattle Police Department to conduct the annual Seattle Public Safety Survey as part of the Micro- Community Policing Plans (MCPP). As part of the MCPP, Seattle University will be holding a series of virtual community-police dialogues. The purpose of the dialogues is to provide community members and Seattle Police personnel opportunity to engage in conversation about the findings of the 2021 Seattle Public Safety Survey and to discuss real-time concerns about crime and public safety at the precinct and micro-community (neighborhood) level.
All who live and/or work in Seattle are eligible to participate in the virtual community-police dialogues. There will be three community-police dialogues held in each of the five police precincts - East, North, South, Southwest, and West (a total of 15 dialogues) on designated Thursday Nights 5:30-7:30pm via Zoom video conferencing from May 19 - August 25, 2022.
If you live and/or work in Seattle and are interested in participating on one of the upcoming community-police dialogues, go to PUBLICSAFETYSURVEY.ORG
For questions, contact:
Dr. Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Director Seattle University Crime & Justice Research Center
Email: email@example.com Phone: (206) 295-5477