How Are We Doing?

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Your view of us is important

In 2011, the Greensboro Police Department commissioned a community survey designed to measure Greensboro residents’ perceptions of crime and safety, and perceptions about Greensboro Police. We used MarketWise Inc., which applied quantitative and qualitative market research methods to provide the City with an understanding of key issues.

At the beginning of 2013, we again commissioned MarketWise to repeat the survey to see if there have been any changes in important areas during the past two years. In 2015, we conducted a similar survey with Research Strategies Inc. View the survey results.

We value our relationships with community members and find great benefit in receiving impartial input on how the public views us. By examining our strengths and weaknesses, we can develop more effective strategies, better allocate resources, and implement best professional practices to improve our relationships with the community, reduce crime, and improve the quality of life in Greensboro.

We work hard to establish and maintain public trust and your feedback about how we are doing helps us serve you better.

  • Did we do something to help you improve your quality of life? Let us know.
  • Did our service fall short of your expectations? Let us know.
  • What are the greatest public safety concerns in your neighborhood? We want to know.

Take a few minutes to voice your input on one of these easy to complete forms. We are listening.

    Residents' Survey - Take a Survey (different from the survey referenced above)

    Commendation Form - Commend Us

    Complaints - File a Complaint - Review our Complaint Process

    Bias-Based Policing - Read the Facts

Professional Standards and Annual Reports

Read the Greensboro Police Department's 2018 and 2017 comprehensive annual reports.  This report covers department initiatives, district updates and professional standards information.

Read the Greensboro Police Department's 20162015201420132012 and 2011 Professional Standards Annual Reports. These documents look at key topics that can affect public trust. The reports contain analyses of seven types of incidents that police routinely investigate throughout the year: citizen complaints, uses of force, in-custody deaths, forcible entries, vehicle pursuits, motor vehicle collisions, and employee injuries.