Indian Police Foundation to conduct online survey
Requests citizens, youth, teachers, students to volunteer in making the survey a grand success
Srinagar: The Indian Police Foundation (IPF) plans to conduct an online survey across India, covering all states, union territories, down to the district and police station level, so as to understand the progress achieved by police organisations in the last six years, reads a communiqué issued by the multi-disciplinary think tank IPF.
“The IPF has, therefore, requested all citizens to participate in the survey to rate the level of satisfaction policing in their local police stations, districts as well as their state/UT. The wide participation by citizens and their honest responses will help the IPF to prepare a policy advisory research paper to be submitted to the central and the state governments, based on the realities on the ground and to identify the areas of concern that the governments should focus on,” reads the communiqué.
“The survey is also expected to identify the deficiencies, besides areas, in which citizens are dissatisfied, calling for the focused attention of the police leadership and governments, for reform and change.
It will also help in identifying the best-performing police stations, districts and states/UTs in India that deserve recognition and encouragement,” it said.
The communiqué further said: “IPF requests citizens, youth, teachers, and students to be volunteers in making this survey a grand success. The participants can participate in the survey by clicking on the links http:/forms.gle/wsteiq5EdU7dfDxEA or https:/forms.gle/tNjHMcXiBDiUNa9, besides anyone having any questions can email it on [email protected]”
“In order to ensure inclusive participation by those without digital access, the IPF will authorize volunteers to obtain offline responses, for which hard copies of the survey questionnaires will be made available,” it added.