Kent State University Police Services Survey

Kent State University's Police Services is conducting a survey of all Kent Campus students, faculty and staff members. This survey offers you an opportunity to provide feedback to Kent State's Police Services unit about the work we do for the Kent State community and to tell us what you think our most important concerns and priorities should be as we plan our work and shape our agency to serve the university community.

We invite you to take our five-minute survey at by March 7.

Your responses to the survey will be anonymous. All data will be reported in a form that will make it impossible to determine the identities of individual respondents. Police Services will use the survey results in a self-assessment we are undertaking as part of an ongoing strategic planning process.

Thank you for your participation. If you have any technical difficulties accessing the survey, please email Liz Lewis at


Chief Dean Tondiglia

Kent State University Police Services

POSTED: Thursday, February 18, 2016 02:20 PM
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