Community safety survey online

The 12 Division Police would like to know how safe you feel in your community. In the past, they’ve put a survey online. This time, you’ll need to fill out a form and send it in by snail mail or as an emailed attachment.¹


¹ I know I spend too much time in front of my computer, but man, sometimes the unpixelated masses drive me a bit nuts. This form is sent out as a pdf—a bad choice. It should be an online survey, because, you know, surveys are for statistics, and computers are really good at collecting statistics. Worse, though, it’s not an editable pdf. That means you’ll have to print it out and fill it out, then scan it or post it. If I were conspiratorially-minded, I’d say that 12D is making it hard because they don’t want to know what you think.


Author: Adam Norman

I am raising my two children in Weston.

One thought on “Community safety survey online

  1. I tried to fill out the survey when I was told of it in Frances Nunziata’s news of the week, and was too frustrated to continue when it needed to be printed out and mailed: I do not think they want to know, or they want to be able to use community indifference as a sign of success and safety assurance.

    This is not the case!

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