The Calcasieu Parish Police Jury is asking Calcasieu residents and stakeholders to complete a survey and provide input on the services it provides, with a focus on identifying areas for improvement as the Police Jury implements the three-year strategic plan it adopted in early 2019.
Interested citizens can complete the survey online HERE and in person at the Parish Government Building at 1015 Pithon St. in Lake Charles. The brief survey includes questions about existing services and areas the Police Jury should focus on over the next several years to support a strong quality-of-life in Calcasieu Parish. The Police Jury is accepting survey responses until Nov. 15.
“It’s important for us to engage with the public,” said Police Jury President Shelly Mayo. “This survey is a way to hear from our citizens on topics that concern them and measure how we are meeting their needs.”
“Earlier this year, our Police Jury set priorities and adopted multi-year goals that were directly informed by the hundreds of citizens who participated in our parishwide strategic planning process,” said Parish Administrator Bryan Beam. “This survey is designed to help our departments continue providing the services that citizens need, as efficiently and effectively as possible, while empowering our new Police Jury with critical information that helps them serve and represent their constituents.”