The Survey

The 2019 National Motorcycle Profiling Survey has only 10 questions that are designed to help define the profiling trends so we can focus our resources in the areas that need it the most. Your participation will have a long lasting, positive impact on the community.This survey on average will take 8 minutes to complete.

The information collected in these surveys has been an essential part in lobbying efforts at both state and national levels, and without a doubt provide critical data points for the grassroots activist to intelligently communicate issues impacting the motorcycle community and influence change.

With over 17,000 survey participants from all walks of life, the National Motorcycle Profiling Surveys, with 99% accuracy, has proven that many motorcyclists are being targeted by law enforcement based on appearance. This information was the foundation of the argument that resulted in the Motorcycle Profiling Resolution (S. Res. 154) passing in the U.S. Senate with unanimous consent on December 11, 2018.


Notes:

**NO PERSONAL DATA IS REQUIRED. YOUR PRIVACY AND ANONYMITY ARE IMPORTANT AND RESPECTED. By asking for no more than your zip code, which is also voluntary, there is no personal information to maintain or protect.

**If you or your organization are interested in cosponsoring this survey, or would like to get survey results specific to your state, please contact David "Double D" Devereaux at:
doubled@motorcycleprofilingproject.com

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* 1. In what state or U.S. territory do you live?

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* 2. In what ZIP code is your home located? (enter 5-digit ZIP code; for example, 00544 or 94305)

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* 3. Are you a member of a motorcycle club or organization that requires you to wear an identifying logo? Note: Do not list the specific organization.

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* 4. In the last five years do you believe you have been profiled because you were riding your motorcycle or wearing motorcycle related clothing or colors? Please check all years this applies.

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* 5. Details of profiling stop #1:

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* 6. Details of profiling stop #2:

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* 7. Details of profiling stop #3:

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* 8. Details of profiling stop #4:

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* 9. Details of profiling stop #5:

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* 10. Additional comments:

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