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Toronto Police want your opinion

Tell Toronto Police what you think of the job they're doing.

Toronto Police want to know what you think of the job they do and ways the police service might improve.

Chief Bill Blair says they've put a survey online which should take you about 10 minutes to complete.   It'll be up there until the end of July.

"We are examining the entire Service to scrutinize what we do, how we do it, identify areas for innovation and improvement and make the changes necessary to keep Toronto the safest big city in North America."said Chief Blair in the release.

Below is the information sent out by Toronto Police on the survey:

The Toronto Police Service is asking the public to participate in an online survey to understand our current performance, public needs and areas where the TPS can improve to ensure public trust and community engagement.

The information obtained from this survey, combined with additional research being conducted, will be used to identify the actions the TPS will take in establishing and delivering upon our Quality Service Strategy.

Chief William Blair said it is part of an overall plan to improve community safety. "We are examining the entire Service to scrutinize what we do, how we do it, identify areas for innovation and improvement, and make the changes necessary to keep Toronto the safest big city in North America. That work is moving ahead. We must do our best to meet the expectations of those we are sworn to serve and protect, the people of Toronto. We cannot do that unless we have the support and assistance of the public to determine where we need to improve."

The anonymous survey should take only 10 minutes to complete and will be available online until Thursday. July 31, 2014.

Click here for the survey.

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  1. Alex2 posted on 07/18/2014 12:35 AM
    Haven't taken the survey yet but I think you should survey your police officers on how they are coping. They really do live different lives than the rest of us. It must take a toil psychologically. They see the worst of humanity.

    They rarely socialize with outsiders, partly because of shifting hours of work and partly because they can't always share they workplace experiences. I've often said, joining the police force is like joining a brotherhood. Call it a cult. Call it a gang.

    Maybe the police force needs to be socialized itself. It wouldn't hurt.
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