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The Nob Hill-University Public Safety ECHO is the first replication of the Downtown Public Safety ECHO – the world’s first attempt to use the globally recognized ECHO Project model to address community safety. It brings stakeholders including residents, workers, educators, service providers and businesses together in an online, social space to share skills, increase knowledge, and solve problems across the area.
 
This is a community-driven, data and research-based approach to addressing crime and other issues impacting safety. It applies a model proven in healthcare to community safety and policing.  It's easy to access with in person, zoom and  call in options. It is about identifying real problems and providing real solutions.

Thanks for your time and input. The responses to this survey will provide information used to plan the presentations and issues covered in this new Public Safety ECHO.

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* 1. The Nob Hill - University Public Safety ECHO program will be on Wednesday afternoons. Please tell us the time that works best for you.

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* 2. Considering the Nob Hill and University area, please tell us your thoughts on the following statements:

  Strongly agree Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree Strongly Disagree
I feel safe in my neighborhood.
I enjoy walking in my neighborhood during the day.
I enjoy walking in my neighborhood in the evening.
I enjoy walking in my neighborhood at night.
I feel safe in my home at night.
If I have to be away, I know a neighbor will keep an eye on my place.
I know my neighbors.
I talk with my neighbors about community problems and possible solutions.
Children and elders feel free to move about.

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* 3. Please tell us your perception of the following issues in the Nob Hill and University area:

  Not a  Problem A little problem A Big problem Don't know
Violent Crime
Property Crime
Auto Crime
Petty Crime
Noise
Trash
Traffic
Lighting
Vandalism
Grafitti
Auto noise - mufflers, horns, alarms
Illegal dumping/littering
Stray or barking dogs
Internet/Computer/Phone "scams" and crimes

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* 4. What do you like most about Nob Hill or University area neighborhoods?

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* 5. What do you like least about the Nob Hill and University area neighborhoods?

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* 6. How promising are the futures of the Nob Hill and University area neighborhoods?

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* 7. In the Nob Hill and University areas, what is important to you to feel safer?

  Definitely helps Might help Doesn't help Not sure
Knowing my neighbors
Participating in the neighborhood watch
Knowing and seeing police officers
Lighting
Clean streets
Guard dog
Knowing different resources within the city for help
Understanding more about what is happening with the people around me
Learning about mental illness
Learning about addiction and treatment
Understanding more about how Fire and Rescue services work
Understanding more about how the Police Department works

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* 8. Have you reported a problem or crime that took place in the Nob Hill or University area in the last three years?

  Never Once Twice Three times Four or more times
I've called 911
I've called 311
I've used the APD App
I've used the 311 App
I've contacted specific departments (eg. Solid Waste, Animal Control) to report

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* 9. Please tell us what community group meetings you know about, to discuss safety problems.

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* 10. Do you have any other comments, questions or concerns about public safety in the Nob Hill and University areas?

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* 11. Please tell us the nearest cross-street to your home, busines or organizationin the Nob Hill - University area.

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* 12. If you would like to be invited to the the Public Safety ECHO or want additional information, please provide your contact information (name, phone, email) below.
If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can email NobHill-UECHO@cabq.gov

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