Date: Friday, November 13, 2020
Victoria, BC – This week we look at our first measure from our second goal, Enhance Public Trust. We generated this measure as part of our Community Surveys, which took place in 2014, 2017 and 2020.
nd other information are part of Open VicPD, and are how we are telling the story of working towards our strategic vision of “A Safer Community Together.”
Public Satisfaction – Community Dashboard
VicPD continuously seeks public input on its performance and one of the key ways to do this is through our Community Survey process. This chart shows the percentage of respondents in recent VicPD community surveys who indicated that they are “somewhat satisfied” or “very satisfied” with the work of the Victoria Police Department. Click here to learn more about the VicPD Community Surveys.
To interact with the chart, you can filter by year on the right side by clicking once on the desired year. You can also click directly onto the chart and confirm the selection by clicking the green checkbox.
We’ve updated our VicPD Dashboard with the latest numbers from our 2020 Community Survey. We’ll continue to update the VicPD Community dashboard with the latest data.
We Want to Hear From You!
As part of our goals to improve your understanding of how we work and what measures we’re using and why, we welcome your feedback. Please email us your questions and suggestions.
Next week, we take a closer look at our second measure under our goal to Enhance Public Trust, which is also from our Community Survey; Perception of Accountability.
Each week we’re looking at one of our Open VicPD Community Dashboard measures in detail to help you understand what we’re measuring, why we’re measuring it and how we think it helps you track our progress towards achieving our goals.