The Lake Havasu City police department is asking residents and visitors alike to complete a survey as part of an effort to develop a five year strategic plan.
``This plan is being developed in an effort to focus the Department's efforts and to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our community in a responsive and responsible manner," Sergeant Joe Harrold said in a news release. He said the questionnaire will help the Department gauge public perception of its performance.
``The survey consists of questions that ask for the opinion of our residents and visitors on the delivery of police services, areas of concern that need additional enforcement, the conduct of officers and other department employees, and the overall safety of the community," the release stated. ``The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete."
The Department is hoping to collect at least 5,000 completed surveys. The surveys are available at the Police Facility and they can be downloaded from the www.LHCPD.com website, with a click link on the banner at the bottom of the homepage.
Anyone wanting additional information about the survey or the strategic planning effort can speak with Sergeant Joe Harrold or Lieutenant Richie Sloma at (928) 855-1171.