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Kawartha Lakes police seeks local input on services this month

DAN CEARNS, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for The Standard

KAWARTHA LAKES: Local residents and business owners may be receiving a call from Kawartha Lakes police (KLPS) this week. The local police force is asking people to take part in either a telephone or online survey regarding the service they offer the community.

“The purpose of the survey is to solicit public opinion about the services required of KLPS, and to understand how KLPS can address community needs. KLPS has partnered with Forum Research Inc. to conduct a telephone and online survey. Forum Research Inc. is a Canadian owned and operated, full-service market research and consulting firm: conducting quantitative and qualitative market research and public opinion polling on behalf of organizations. Community members, 18 years of age or older, serviced by KLPS in the Lindsay and Ops region, will be contacted by a live telephone interviewer between March 15th [and] 31st, 2021. Those contacted and willing to participate will be asked about their opinions on the services provided by KLPS, on issues facing their community and on how police resources should be allocated,” A KLPS press release explained.

The press release also stressed the survey is “anonymous and confidential.” The survey can be filled out online, at kawarthalakespolice.com. The results will be posted on their website afterwards.

“KLPS will use the results in setting out future goals and objectives, to improve the services it delivers to its community,” the press release explained.

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