CPCA, Inc Community Perception Surveys are routinely conducted to determine community needs and perceptions of local residents and their families. The surveys generally measures community residentâ€™s observation and feelings about the level of crime in their community, their perception of services needed in the community; willingness to help change the community, their perception of law enforcement, etc The surveys have been use to capture pertinent community resident information and have been the catalyst for advocacy for improvements for the lives of local residents and service to the community. CPCA, Inc surveys have been used to enhance grant and funding applications. In 2006, community organizations received funding in excess of $60,000 (sixty thousand) dollars with the assistance of CPCA, Inc. Survey information.
The surveys are conducted at events that attract large target populations, via telephone and most recently collected over the CPCA, Inc. website @ www.communitypartners-now.com The survey results have been used by the US Department of Justice , local political, faith based organizations, law enforcement and local businesses to gain knowledge on how to better serve their communities. The U.S. Department of Justice Weed and Seed and Citizen for NYC have provided grants and capacity buildings finances to support the survey efforts and distribution. Please visit our website to participate in the most recent CPCA, Inc survey @ www.communitypartners-now.com