Chair/Professor, Seattle University Department
of Criminal Justice Jacqueline Helfgott
Seattle Police Department ·
Nextdoor Member since 2015
Seattle Police Department's Micro Community Policing Plans Implementation Evaluation Report
Hello- It is my pleasure to share with you this hot off the press publication of the Seattle Police Department's Micro Community Policing Plans Implementation Evaluation Report. This is a revised version of the report completed January 31, 2017 published in conjunction with the national Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office.
To access the report, go to: https://www.seattle.gov/Documents/Departments/Police/Reports/2018_Seattle_PD_MicroCommunities.pdf. (Look for SW Seattle data on pages 154-175.)
The annual Seattle Public Safety Survey is part of the Seattle Police Department's Micro Community Policing Plans (SPD MCPP) (See: https://www.seattle.gov/police/community-policing/mcpp) which is a collaboration between the Seattle Police Department and the Seattle University Crime & Justice Research Center (See: https://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/departments/criminal/crime-and-justice-research-center/). Seattle is one of the only cities to collect this level of community data on an annual basis. This year will be the fourth year of the SPD MCPP and the Seattle Public Safety Survey which will go live via Nextdoor and flyers that will be posted throughout the city October 15-November 30, 2018.
I hope you will find the report of interest and look forward to your participation in the 2018 Seattle Public Safety Survey which will open on October 15.
J.B. Helfgott, PhD | Professor/Director,
Crime & Justice Research Center
DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Ph: (206) 296-5477