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Victoria police community surveys arrive this week

Victoria police volunteers and reserve members are stopping by residences and businesses in Victoria and Esquimalt for the department's 2014 VicPD Community and Business Survey.

The surveys help VicPD with planning and feedback on current programs.

“These surveys will allow us to learn more about the people we serve and the unique needs of their neighbourhoods," said Mark MacIntyre, VicPD’s director of crime prevention services and public affairs.

Each survey package contains a self-addressed stamped envelope. Surveys must be returned by April 30 to be included.

 

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