Ninety-six per cent of polled Ontarians satisfied with OPP services, according to survey

Date: September 9, 2016


Sarnia Observer - Thursday September 8, 2016
By: Observer staff

Ninety-six per cent of polled Ontarians are satisfied with the services of the Ontario Provincial Police, according to a new survey commissioned by the force.

On Thursday, the OPP released the results of its annual community satisfaction survey conducted this year by Toronto's R.A. Malatest & Associates Ltd.

This year's survey also found more than 98 per cent of respondents feel safe in their communities.

One thousand Ontarians were randomly selected to participate in this year's survey, according to an OPP release. Survey participants were asked for their feedback on issues like highway safety, traffic enforcement, service delivery and even how the OPP investigates crime.

The OPP uses the feedback collected annually to help set goals and objectives for itself to improve on the services it delivers to Ontario communities, according to the press release.

The next provincial survey is scheduled to begin in January 2017.

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