A review of policing is underway in Prince George, and the City has a survey open for residents.
“This project is in direct response to a request from City Council to better understand the resource needs of the RCMP and whether we are meeting the needs of our community. We are pleased to have experts in this type of research leading this important project,” said Superintendent Shaun Wright.
This is a community engagement project that is running from April to September, but the survey ends at 4:30 PM on June 1st.
Interviews and focus groups will also be conducted as part of this project, and will help identify resources required within the city, and will inform the Council’s decision making when it comes to police funding.