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San Diego County Seeks Community Input on Gun Violence Reduction Project

San Diego, CA – The County of San Diego, in coordination with community partners, is conducting a short survey to better understand residents’ thoughts, experiences, and perceptions related to gun violence. The survey is being conducted as part of the County’s Gun Violence Reduction Project and is open to both residents and professionals who work with or for people impacted by gun violence in San Diego County.

The survey is open to all San Diego County residents and is anonymous, taking no more than 20 minutes to complete. Professionals who work in fields such as healthcare, law enforcement, education, outreach, research, etc. are also encouraged to participate in a separate professional survey.

The community engagement page for the survey can be found here: COMMUNITY SURVEY. The survey will close on February 15th, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

The County of San Diego values the input of its residents and encourages everyone to participate in the survey to help create a safer community for all. Please share the survey within your networks and thank you for your time and thoughts – it is truly appreciated.

COMMUNITY SURVEY – Open to all San Diego County residents

PROFESSIONAL SURVEY – Open to those who work with or for people impacted by gun violence in San Diego County (e.g. healthcare, law enforcement, education, outreach, research, etc.)

For more information about the Gun Violence Reduction Project, please visit this link.

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