Employee Survey - Officer Survey

The employee engagement platform for police agencies.

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Increase engagement, build trust and improve relationship with your officers.

Traditional employee surveys are long and cumbersome, conducted once a year, and offer no further analysis. Our solution enables police executives and first-line supervisors to build customizable surveys that focus on bettering employee experiences, reducing turnover, and increasing job satisfaction.

No more taking shots in the dark. Knowing exactly what officers need, you can create more effective engagement initiatives across your entire organization.

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Routinely conduct pulse surveys and track improvements over time. Collect feedback from officers about specific projects, schedules, training, uniforms, etc. Make data-driven decisions, quickly understand your employees, and drive agency-wide improvements. We make it easy to collect, understand and act on employee feedback.

Officer Survey helps police agencies improve public perception and reduce training costs by leveraging data. Send specific officers for specific training based on facts. With Officer Survey, you will be able to measure your agency’s.

Employee feedback is critical in understanding the needs and wants of your employees. Failing to listen to your employees will result in poor leadership.

Feedback clarifies expectations, helps build confidence, and allows you to learn more about areas where your agency can improve.

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Pre-Employment Surveys Results
Pre-Employment Surveys Results
Improve your hiring process by gathering an applicant’s interests, background, and personality traits. Hiring the wrong applicant can be very costly for an agency. Use Officer Survey to identify better and qualify the right applicant.
Designed to make it easier for supervisors to complete exit interviews. Create exit interview surveys to understand better why an employee is leaving and reduce employee turnover. When a valued employee leaves, it can cost the agency up to 9 months of their salary in hiring, training, and lost productivity.

Advantages of Implementing Surveys in the Workplace

Surveys provide a way to collect valuable feedback about certain aspects of your organization. They help you gauge employee morale, happiness, or motivation—alternatively, the officers’ attitude and thoughts towards their job, coworkers, and the leadership.

Surveys can help the organization understand what matters to their people to function better. Asking for feedback can itself enhance morale:

Improving work efficiency

You will improve the output of police officers by increasing their drive for excellence in accomplishing their daily tasks and routines.

Enhancing officer engagement

Everyone working within the organization will put their best effort into the tasks assigned.

Increasing satisfaction

Fulfilled police officers will positively impact the growth of the organization, which will also radiate to the community they serve.

Promoting personal development

A motivated group strives to achieve their personal goals and self-development, which will result in improved individual performance.

Decreasing attrition

A survey is one way of reaching out to the people in the organization, making them feel engaged; having such a connection will significantly reduce the chances of people leaving the group and their oath.

Employee Engagement Solutions

Recruitment Surveys

A Recruitment Survey is a great way to get feedback from potential candidates. This feedback assists in making improvements to the recruitment process, increasing its effectiveness, and helping to identify areas where potential candidates are struggling with the application process.

Pre-Employment Surveys

A Pre-Employment Survey is typically given to job applicants to collect data about their qualifications and work history. These questions are geared towards measuring an applicant’s suitability for the job they are applying for.

Training Surveys

A Training Survey should be conducted to assess the training needs of employees and to identify areas where training is most needed. By conducting a survey, employers can gain valuable insights into the effectiveness of their training programs and identify areas where improvements can be made.

Pulse Surveys

Pulse surveys can be an effective way to collect feedback from employees on a variety of topics. For example, a pulse survey can be used to gauge employee satisfaction with a new company policy or to collect feedback on a recent change in the workplace.

Employee Satisfaction Surveys

Employee satisfaction surveys are important tools that help employers gauge how happy and engaged employees are with their jobs. By understanding employee satisfaction levels, employers can identify areas where improvements need to be made in order to create a more positive work environment.

Organizational Surveys

Organizational Surveys are a key tool in understanding what employees think about their work, their colleagues, and their company. An Organizational Survey is a tool used by businesses to collect data and feedback from employees.

Exit Surveys

As stated, an Exit Survey is a survey conducted with employees who are leaving an organization. The purpose of the survey is to collect feedback from employees about their experience working at the organization.

Mental Health Surveys

Through the use of a Mental Health Survey, the assessments made can assist in screening for potential mental health problems including the severity of the problem itself and how to monitor or progress with treatment.

Police Academy Surveys

Police Academies are important training grounds for law enforcement officers. They provide officers with the skills and knowledge they need to perform their duties effectively. A Police Academy survey is a questionnaire that is given to police academy students to gauge their satisfaction with the academy.