Mayor Brian Arrigo
Revere, MA 02151
For Immediate Release
Monday, Oct. 30, 2017
Media Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
Revere Residents: Police Services Survey to Close Nov. 3
REVERE — Mayor Brian Arrigo announces that the City of Revere’s Police Services Survey will close on Friday, Nov. 3, and he is urging all residents to fill out the quick, online survey this week.
The analysis, which is being conducted by Police Chiefs Frederick Ryan and Brian Kyes of Ryan Strategies Group LLC, relies on the input of residents, which they can provide by completing this brief online survey.
To complete the survey in English, click here.
To complete the survey in Spanish, click here.
To complete the survey in Arabic, click here.
To complete the survey in any other language, click here to use the Google translation service and paste the URL of the survey.
“We are taking a holistic, in-depth look at the ever-changing world of law enforcement, and we hope that this survey will shed invaluable light on the impact our police department has on the community every day,” Mayor Arrigo said.
Once the process is completed, the City of Revere will use the results to direct investment into a high-performing, modern and community-focused police force that works hand-in-hand with members of the community.
“A community-based approach is the strongest and most-effective tool that police departments can use to reduce crime and improve safety,” Chief Ryan said. “I am looking forward to partnering with the Revere Police and looking at the successes they’re already having as well as the areas where they can improve.”
“Our top priority is doing the best job we can on behalf of the residents we serve,” Revere Police Chief James Guido said. “Forging a strong bond with our community is a critical piece of that, and hearing the input of residents will ultimately help us better understand what we need to do as a department to meet that goal.”