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RCSO asks for community feedback
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The Rockdale County Sheriff's Office is looking for feedback from the community through a survey being conducted for the next month.

The survey, launched Jan. 31, is being conducted in order to gain community insight related to RCSO professionalism, crime related perceptions in Rockdale, community concerns, and desired law enforcement services. Completing the survey should take about 10-15 minutes and responses will be anonymous. The community survey is the second survey since Sheriff Levett took office in 2013. 

All residents, business owners and visitors to Rockdale County are invited to complete the survey. It is important for as many voices and concerns to be gathered as possible. This survey provides the RCSO with information that can be used to guide future programs and activities of the Sheriff's Office. Information related to individual neighborhood concerns can be identified so that the proper resources may be dedicated to the proper areas of the county. This survey is one method of achieving communication and feedback from citizens. 

"The community survey from 2013 helped set the stage for many different changes and priorities in the RCSO, especially in our focus on burglary crimes within Rockdale County," said Sheriff Eric Levett. "In striving to make the RCSO more effective and more responsive to community concerns, the survey will allow us to get vital feedback to see how we are doing and where we can improve."

The RCSO community survey is being offered from February 1 through March 1. It can be taken online or printed copies can be obtained from the Rockdale County Sheriff's Office located at 911 Chambers Drive. The online version of the survey is available at . It is also linked to the RCSO website under the Press Releases section and on the RCSO Facebook page.