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Survey Participants: Cent and Survey

survey participants: A report on the survey, available on the RPS website, says the survey succeeded at a goal of increasing the percentage of respondents who are Indigenous, according to CBC. Regina's population is 9.4 per cent Indigenous, while 10.5 per cent of survey participants identified themselves as Indigenous, the report says. The survey, titled Community Perceptions of the Regina Police Service, 2017, was designed by two University of Regina researchers Nick Jones and Rick Ruddell and conducted by Prairie Research Associates. 73 per cent of the 456 people who took the survey ranked the quality of service provided by RPS as very good or excellent.81 per cent said they thought the RPS operates with integrity and honesty.91 per cent said they had confidence calling 911.76 per cent said RPS is sensitive to the needs of their ethnic group. Drug amnesty a response to 'crisis' situation, but not planned for Regina, says chief Regina police wraps external probe of fatal shooting by RCMP in North Battleford Overall satisfaction in RPS was lower for Indigenous residents than it was for people of other demographics. Indigenous respondents had a significantly lower agreement rate on these statements. Respondents' trust and confidence in police was tested by asking them whether they agreed with five statements, such as The RPS is sensitive to the needs of my ethnic group, and Officers understand the issues that affect my community. ( As reported in the news.