Thank you for taking the JFREJ Member Survey! Fellow members have designed the survey to gather data on our membership's attitudes toward and experiences with the New York Police Department (NYPD).

JFREJ has been involved in police accountability work since the 1990s and has organized as part of Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) since 2012. CPR is the leading New York City coalition focused on ending discriminatory and abusive policing and empowering communities to hold the NYPD accountable. Over the last few years, CPR has accomplished some powerful victories, including the passage of the Community Safety Act in 2013, the Executive Order to appoint a Special Prosecutor in cases of civilian death at the hands of the police in 2015, and the passage of the Right to Know Act in 2017. (You can read more about CPR, its members, and its accomplishments here: https://changethenypd.org/campaign.)

All voting members of CPR recently voted on a new five-year plan outlining our goals and strategies for 2018-2023. JFREJ is now undergoing our own process to determine our major goals and strategies within the five-year plan that they want to focus on. Your input is crucial to shaping JFREJ's participation with CPR for the next five years.

JFREJ members have designed this survey in order to gather input from as many JFREJ members as possible. Our goal is to collect survey data from at least 400 JFREJ members and we appreciate your participation! 

This survey is not anonymous, but the answers you share will be kept private within the organization. The survey takes approximately five minutes to complete.

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* 1. My racial identity is

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* 2. My gender identity is

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* 3. My age is....

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* 4. Choose the statement that best represents how you feel about contacting the police when you need them for help.

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* 6. Check ALL of the reasons why you called or approached the police since January 2016.

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* 8. Here is a list of things that might contribute to a safe community. Mark what you believe are the FIVE most important parts of a safe and healthy community.

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* 9. Rank 1-9 (1 is most important): The most important issue to tackle in the NYC policing system is:

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* 10. There are many upcoming opportunities to get involved and to learn about JFREJ's police accountability campaign. Please mark all of the following that you are interested in.

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