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New York’s Finest-not only in the streets, on patrol. The NYPD is on the web, and the questions from the public about two important feelings of trust and safety.
The police, with the help of targeted advertisements and to measure is to know not only how to be safe in a New Yorker feel at ease in their own environment, but also how much they have trust and confidence in the police.
Devora Kaye, the acting deputy commissioner of public information for the NYPD, told Fox News, “the Ads will be sent out via social media and on search engines to get to New York to participate in a survey on trust and confidence.”
Each month, about 7,500 people in the survey. “A lot of people have been reached, in order to get a snapshot of the trust/security of data at district and sector levels,” Kaye added.
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The use of this innovative tool, and is often referred to as the “emotion meter,” provides the NYPD with information about how the community feels, and this is valuable information, according to Kaye.
NYPD’s “emotion-meter” survey
The New York City Police Department)
Sentiment meter for the participants will be asked to answer three questions with a rating from one to 10:
“When it comes to the threat of crime, how safe do you feel in your neighborhood?”
“The police are in the area of the treatment of the local people, with respect for each other.”
“The police in my area to listen to and take into account the concerns of the local community,”
A question is a fill in the blank: “What is the number one issue, or a problem on your block or in your neighborhood that you would want the police to do?”
“Safety is a shared responsibility of the NYPD to continue to explore the Neighborhood Policing philosophy, and to understand how to secure people to feel like they are at the heart of the work,” Kaye explained.
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Fox News was able to find throughout the city, the data for the trust and confidence, going back to September of 2016. This summer, for example, New Yorkers’ sense of safety and security has fallen from 67 per cent in June to 63 per cent in the month of August. Conversely, the level of trust and confidence in the police has increased over the same period, from 63 per cent in June to 66 percent in the month of August.
“It’s important for us to understand what we are doing with the public trust in the NYPD, and that the people are safe,” Police Commissioner James P. O’neill, wrote in a statement to Fox News.
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“There’s a difference between being safe and feeling safe, and it is often the way people feel about the police is based not just on what is happening in their area – it may be something that is done town-wide, city-wide, or something that’s happening nationally,” said the officer.
This is not just to help the police station, but also to each area of the hyper-local level.
“But what if it is something that occurs locally, and there are things you can do in order to increase trust and make people feel safer,” O’neill continued. “I think this is a very important instrument for the precinct commanders, borough commanders and to the police station.”
It highlights the key role that the police play in the lives of the civilians, the O’neill adds, “It is critically important that we have a police department that works in partnership with all of the 8.6 million New Yorkers in order to keep them safe.”
The company, which is responsible for the collection of the data, Elucd, is local, too.
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The Elucd web site touts the company’s ability to help leaders improve trust, safety and security, by means of the data.”
“For the first time, city leaders will be able to keep track of your real-time heart rate how do you feel about trust and confidence, and the development of strategies for improvement”, says the statement posted on Elucd of the site.
Michael, Simon, who is the co-founder and chief executive officer of the Brooklyn-based start-up, which was not available for comment.