A survey being carried out by police to determine the level of public satisfaction in its service comes to an end this week.
The survey, which police say is the “most comprehensive” undertaken by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service, is to conclude on Friday, 3 December.
Police launched the survey on 12 November to gauge the public’s perception of its responsiveness and its work in dealing with crime. They say its findings will help develop public priorities for the police service.
Deputy Commissioner Anthony Ennis said: “I would encourage everyone who has an interest in keeping our communities safe to take part in the survey and help us work together to shape the future of policing in the Islands.”
He urged the public to fill out the survey forms, which are available online and in paper format, saying: “You will have an important say in changing the way RCIPS conducts the business of policing.”
Respondents are not asked for their names, but are asked to include information on their gender, age group, profession and the district in which they live.
The form includes questions on respondents’ satisfaction levels with police efforts to reduce crime in local districts over the past year; to respond to emergencies; to keep information confidential; and about the quality of service provided.
Respondents can also add additional comments.
Those who wish to take part in the survey can fill out an online form at the RCIPS website, www.rcips.ky, or complete a paper survey form at all local police station receptions.
The results of the survey, which is being managed on a ‘no cost’ basis by Deloitte, will be published at a future date, police said.