How would an unarmed crises response program best serve the Ann Arbor community?
As directed in Resolution R-21-129, the City of Ann Arbor is tasked with exploring opportunities for an unarmed response to public safety calls in the city. The City of Ann Arbor has asked Public Sector Consultants (PSC), a Lansing-based, nonpartisan research and consulting public policy firm, to help gather input from a wide variety of community members about how to develop and implement this new program. As a part of this process, PSC is conducting a community survey on the goals, design, and implementation of an unarmed crisis response program.
The survey should take less than 10 minutes. Your responses are confidential and will only be used to inform program development. Only aggregated responses will be publicly available. This survey will close on November 4, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.
For more information, please read the City’s Interim Report on Unarmed Police Response, prepared by city administration in December 2021.
Note: regardless of your selection to share your name, Ann Arbor will not publicly share individual responses. Only summarized results will be available through this website
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