Burbank Police Seek Community Feedback in 2017 Survey

March 30, 2017 02:07 PM


The Burbank Police Department is conducting a new community survey focused on improving services and analyzing a variety of community-related issues. The first survey since 2014 was launched on Thursday, March 30, and will run for four weeks. The study will cover several dimensions, including demographics, quality of service assessments, crime and safety issues, quality of life concerns, department programs and community outreach.

“It’s imperative that we seek feedback from the public on a continuous basis, in order to maintain healthy partnerships and open lines of communication with residents, businesses, and other community members in Burbank,” said Chief of Police Scott LaChasse.

The Burbank Police Department is an accredited law enforcement agency by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.

The survey is available to respondents via the Internet, in both mobile and desktop versions with a link through the Department’s website.

“It’s our hope that people who live, work and visit the City of Burbank will provide true and honest feedback so we can continue to identify and address concerns, develop solutions to current and potential problems, improve department and community programs, and better serve the needs of our community,” said Sgt. Derek Green, the Department’s Press Information Officer.

Those who live, work, visit, or have had recent contact with the Burbank Police Department can access the survey link online at




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