Citizen Satisfaction survey


This is a survey of citizens’ perceptions of the West Earl Police. With this goal in mind, the West Earl Police has collaborated with Penn State Harrisburg to administer the following survey.

Please keep in mind that this survey is voluntary; however, by participating in it, you will be providing valuable information that will help West Earl Police improve their service to the community and improve public safety. We appreciate you takin the time to complete this survey, which should take about 10-15 minutes.

Please know your responses to the questions will be kept private and secured using encryption. Any written results will discuss group findings and will not include information that will identify any individual agreeing to participate in this survey. Research records will be stored securely by Emma Leaman, a graduate student at Penn State Harrisburg, and Jennifer Gibbs, Ph.D., an associate professor of criminal justice at Penn State Harrisburg. No private or individual information will be shared with anyone else.

Participation in this research study is voluntary. Your decision whether or not to participate will not affect your future or current relations with The West Earl Police or Pennsylvania State University in any way. You can refuse to answer any question if you choose to do so. If you decide to participate, you are free to stop at any time, and no further data will be collected.

For information about your rights as a research participant, please contact Penn State’s Office of Research Protections at 814-865-1775. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them before taking the survey or contact Emma Leaman at or 717-844-2387 or Jennifer Gibbs, Ph.D. at or 717-948-6046.

By clicking on the continue button below, you consent to participate in this survey. We appreciate you taking time to complete the survey. To compelete the survey please click on the link below: