Fort Collins residents who have encounters with the police will soon be able to take a survey about their experience.

The Coloradoan reports the Fort Collins Police Department is one of around 100 agencies across the country taking part in a National Police Research Platform’s Police Community Interaction (PCI) survey, being administered by the University of Illinois at Chicago.

A letter will be sent to community members asking them to take a survey following an interaction. The survey is available in Spanish and English and can be taken either online or by telephone. The online survey can be accessed through a computer or by scanning a QR code.

[via The Coloradoan.]

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