Survey seeks public perceptions on crime in Savannah, police

Jan. 30– In the interest of improving its service to the community, the Savannah Police Department is conducting a public safety survey.

“The whole purpose is to get public perceptions of the problems in the community and perceptions of the police department, and work in that regard,” said Savannah Police Chief Gary Will Jr.

“I don’t care if they’re good comments or bad,” Will emphasized. “I want to know what people really feel.”

All responses are anonymous.

The seven-page survey is divided into four sections: Your Community, The Department, Demographic Information, and Your Comments.

Random addresses in the Savannah city limits have been selected initially to receive the surveys in the mail. Surveys are also available at Savannah City Hall, the Savannah Police Department and on The Courier’s website at to be printed out. The survey is on the right side of the main page, among the rotating ads.


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