MPD RELEASES RESULTS OF COMMUNITY POLICING SURVEY
September 9, 2016
During the month of August, the members of the Middletown Police Department, along with twenty three of our Community Partners took part in Community Policing Self-Assessment Tool (CP-SAT) survey. The CP-SAT survey is an anonymous online survey that collects information concerning our community policing practices and assesses the department’s strengths and weaknesses. The survey measures three key areas: Community Partnerships, Problem Solving and Organizational Transformation. The assessment is sponsored by the Department of Justice Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Office and is administered by the ICF International.
The results of the survey were gathered and presented to the department in early September. In nearly all categories, the Middletown Police Department scored above the national average for all police departments and above the national average for departments of similar size.
We would like to thank all of our community partners that participated in the survey. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated. As we move forward, we look forward to strengthening our existing community relationship as well as building new relationships and expanding our community policing efforts.
The results of the survey can be found here: