The City of Eureka, in collaboration with research faculty from the Applied Anthropology and Ethnographic Research Lab at Cal Poly Humboldt, is conducting research on public perceptions and experiences of the Eureka Police Department’s community engagement, as well as neighborhood crime and quality of life conditions in Eureka. If you live or work in Eureka and are over the age of 18, you are invited to participate in this study.
If you decide to participate, you will be asked to complete a questionnaire that will take approximately 25 minutes. Survey responses will be anonymous and the information used to assist the police department in understanding and meeting community members’ needs and concerns. Participation in this study is completely voluntary. You can choose to be in the study or not, and may discontinue your participation at any time.
Interim Chief Todd Jarvis stated; “I appreciate this collaboration with Dr. Robertson and Cal Poly, Humboldt. I believe this instrument will assist the EPD in gathering valuable information which will support us in our goal of providing superior service to our community. This is also an excellent opportunity to collect feedback which will greatly assist us as we create a multi-year strategic plan. The EPD is looking forward to hearing from you, please take the time to complete this survey.” Take the survey here.