Orange County Citizens Safety Task Force Launches Community Crime Survey
Orange County, Fla. – Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings convened the Citizens Safety Task Force to address gun violence and violent crime in the community. An integral part of the Task Force’s work is focused on community engagement. Orange County Citizens Safety Task Force is launching the Community Crime Survey to gain insight from residents on solutions and strategies to prevent and reduce gun violence and violent crime. The survey can be accessed directly at ocfl.net/CrimeSurvey.
The online survey is simple to complete, consists of 14 questions, and is available in English, Spanish and Creole.
The survey is also available for residents through a paper document. To request a paper survey, contact Carol Burkett at CitizensSafety@ocfl.net. Organizations, faith-based leaders or neighborhoods can also request paper surveys for distribution in the community.
Orange County encourages residents to participate in the survey, which will most likely close in late January. For more details about the Citizen Safety Task Force, visit ocfl.net/SafetyTaskForce.
WHAT: Orange County Citizens Safety Task Force Community Crime Survey
MORE INFO: The Orange County Citizen Safety Task Force is comprised of 30+ members representing diverse backgrounds who can help identify solutions to longstanding community problems. The participants include young adults, youth mentors, faith-based leaders, behavioral health professionals, community advocates, law enforcement officers, education and prevention professionals, and service-based organizations.