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City of Peoria Seeks Public Input on Police Chief Position

Online & Paper Surveys Will Be Available Until March 19

The City of Peoria invites residents to participate in a community-wide survey on the position of Police Chief.  The eleven-question survey, created by the City in collaboration with GOV HR, a nation-wide search firm, asks participants what kind of qualifications and characteristics they’d like to see in this role.  Questions range from thoughts on policing to leadership qualities with room for participants to provide more detail.

City Manager Patrick Urich encourages the public to participate, “We understand how important the role of Policing is in our community.  We are looking for robust participation from across our City.  The input that is provided will be vital to the search committee when they go forward with the interview process.”

The online survey can be found here City of Peoria, IL – Police Chief Position Profile – Community Survey (surveymonkey.com) and will be available until end of day on March 19.

The Spanish version of the survey can be found HERE.

Those without internet access may go to any Peoria Public Library location to complete a paper copy or to use a public computer.  Surveys will be available at the Information Desks on Monday, March 1.  For a list of library locations and hours, please visit https://www.peoriapubliclibrary.org/hours or call 497-2000.

The survey can also be found on the “Employment” page at www.peoriagov.org

Former Police Chief, Loren Marion, III, retired on January 22.  A full job description can be found on the “Employment” section of www.peoriagov.org



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