This year’s 2nd annual Transparency and Trust report captured responses from nearly 3,000 Americans aged 19 and above—polling almost equally across region, gender, and ethnicity—who provided insight into the broader community sentiment on policing in the United States. After extensive fact gathering combined with public opinion survey results, we pull back the curtain on five key findings.
The clearness that does reveal itself in these survey results is the public’s desire for clearer communication and better understanding of the public service that agencies bring to our communities. We reveal the representation of respondents who felt favorably on a variety of issues, which types of technologies are trusted more than others, as well as providing insight on the top watering holes citizens use to get their information.
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