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Perceptions of safety follow-up survey goes live today in NB

A second “perceptions of community safety” survey, led by researchers from Wilfrid Laurier University’s Department of Criminology, opened today for input from North Battleford community members.      

“We invite North Battleford residents to participate in this second wave of the Community Safety Survey. We hope this data will help to identify changes from the baseline survey in 2018 and identify any opportunities for community safety policy or interventions,” commented Dr. Tarah Hodgkinson, Principal Investigator.

Dr. Hodgkinson added that the community input this time will also request participants respond to health-related questions and data. In exchange for responses, participants will be given complimentary passes to the Battlefords CO-OP Aquatic Centre or the NationsWEST Field House, provided by the City of North Battleford. 

The survey will be open for responses to individuals 18 years old and above, and respondents will be invited to participate over the next 8-10 weeks either online or by completing a paper copy at one of a number of public outreach sessions at community spaces. This survey is only open to residents of the City of North Battleford.           

If there are questions about this study, the public is invited to contact the researcher, Dr. Tarah Hodgkinson, at     



For more information:
Candace Toma, Public & Intergovernmental Relations Coordinator
306-441-0713 |

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