Comox Valley RCMP seeks input from the public

  • Mar. 13, 2019 1:30 p.m.

The Comox Valley RCMP is seeking the opinion of local residents on policing in the community. The anonymous survey is your opportunity to provide input on policing priorities and about crime in the areas where you live.

This survey is important for the detachment because it will capture opinions directly from residents about their views on the policing service in the Comox Valley and where residents would like to see police direct resources.

“We want to hear about the issues which are most important to our residents. The results from this survey will help us set our priorities, providing more accountable policing and the promotion of a safe community,” said Inspector Mike Kurvers, Officer in Charge of the Comox Valley RCMP Detachment.

The survey will be online from March 13, 2019 to March 26, 2019.

To access the survey,

In English, click here:

In French, click here:

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