The employee engagement platform for police agencies.

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

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police survey community policing officer survey

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.

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Create Custom Pulse Surveys

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.

Training and Assessment

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

  • Overall performance.
  • Improve employee morale.
  • Listen to officers’ recommendations.
  • Reduce training costs by leveraging insightful data.
  • Improve public perception
  • Train better officers.

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.

Pre-Employment Survey

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.

Exit interview Survey

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.

Why is measuring employee satisfaction important?

By communicating directly with your officers, you can identify what is working and what needs to be worked on. You can quickly and easily identify and address any concerning issues by conducting pulse surveys. The happier your officers, the more likely they’re committed to the organization. Officers who aren’t engaged with the leadership regularly are more likely to leave your organization.

How long should an employee survey be?

This depends on a few things:

  1. The size of your organization.
  2. The goal of the survey.
  3. The complexity of the survey.

However, most long surveys can be completed in less than 15 minutes and include less than 40 questions. Pulse surveys are shorter in length with typically 10-15 questions, and take under five minutes to complete.