Michigan residents are encouraged to complete a community survey regarding community-police relations. This important survey was developed by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) in response to Governor Synder’s 2016 Executive Directive to undertake a study and develop a report in order to build the public’s trust in law enforcement in Michigan.
The survey is open and ready for residents to complete and will remain open until March 20, 2017. Upon completion of the survey, MCOLES will develop a report that will include recommendations on building the public trust of law enforcement and strenghthing the community-police relationships in Michigan.
The American Human Rights Council strongly encourages all Michigan residents to complete this important survey in a effort to continue building a positive community-law enforcement relationship.
“The survey released by MCOLES gives Michigan residents an opportunity to advise our Governor and our law enforcement communities on how to best engage the public and build trust within local communities”, said Imad Hamad, AHRC-USA’s Executive Director. “This is an excellent opportunity for Michigan residents to let our voices be heard and to contribute to shaping how we all engage with our members of law enforcement,” added Mr. Hamad.
The MCOLES survey will be open until March 20, 2017. To access the survey please visit