North Bend launches Police Services Survey to address “challenges, priorities, expectations” of citizens

The City of North is encouraging residents and business owners to take a confidential online survey designed to provide a better understanding of the perceptions of the community on the topics of public safety, crime, and police operations.

Via news release the city said, “The Snoqualmie Police Department began providing full police services in March 2014. Officers assigned to North Bend have worked extremely hard to address safety and security challenges in our community and meet the expectations of our residents who live and conduct business here. Feedback from our citizens and business owners is very important to the police department to ensure they are addressing the challenges, priorities, and expectations of our citizens.”

The results of this survey will allow the Snoqualmie Police Department and North Bend administrative staff to continue to review and determine what can be done to best serve citizens’ safety and security needs.

You can take the online survey HERE. The deadline to complete the survey is December 22, 2017. 

Residents can also request a paper copy be mailed by emailing or calling the City Clerk at 425-888-7627.

Citizens with any questions or concerns regarding North Bend Police Operations, are welcomed and encouraged to call the Chief of Police, Perry Phipps, directly at 425-831-4350.


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