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April 21, 2008

Thomasville-- The people of Thomasville will get the chance to grade their Police Department.   On Wednesday, the department will mail out a public opinion survey throughout the city.

They want people to fill it out and tell them how they are doing on issues such as fighting crime and being a visible part of the community  Chief Ellis Jackson of the Thomasville Police Department says, "Hopefully when we get it back we can look at it, analyze it, look at what we are doing, what's important to the community, by using the stats."

Valdosta State University will compile the data. TPD could make changes in the department based on the results of the survey.

 

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