By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Conyers Police seeking community input about department
Placeholder Image

The Conyers Police Department is currently conducting its annual service satisfaction survey for the year of 2014.  

The goals of the service satisfaction survey are to measure levels of citizen concern for safety, levels of police performance and public confidence in the department. It’s also a way to provide an opportunity for public comment on police performance.  

“It is helpful to know how we are viewed by our citizens to gauge the quality of our work,” said Police Chief Gene Wilson in a press release statement. “We aim to judge the different facets of our job to include contact with the public, the way we protect our citizens and their property and the overall job we are performing.  The results of this survey are taken directly to our patrol officers and any issues are addressed, positive and negative.”

The on-line survey has 15 questions and will run from Jan. 1 through Feb. 15. The link to the survey will be on the Conyers police website.

Get Involved

Here’s the direct link to the service satisfaction survey: 

If you have any questions regarding the survey, contact the Conyers Police Accreditation Manager Lt. Tanya Perry at 770 785-6684 or