Anchorage Community Survey 2009: Anchorage Police-Related Results
Anchorage Community Survey
Anchorage Police Department (APD)
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AbstractA sample of 2,080 adult residents of the Municipality of Anchorage were included in the final dataset for a survey conducted by the Justice Center in the summer and fall of 2009 — the third in a series of biannual surveys of the Anchorage municipality. This volume presents those results of particular relevance to the Anchorage Police Department on racism, violence, community disorder, fear of crime, satisfaction with police services, police effectiveness, and contact with police. Results are presented in summary form for the entire municipality and also by community council area.
Table of ContentsSurvey Background / Survey Questions / Satisfaction with APD Services / Contact with APD / Recent Experience with APD / Caution Regarding Data Comparison / Tables
PublisherJustice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
CitationChamard, Sharon. (2011). Anchorage Community Survey 2009: Anchorage Police-Related Results. Anchorage, AK: Justice Center, University of Alaska Anchorage.
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