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Sheriff’s office wants citizens to rate their experiences

EL PASO COUNTY, Texas The El Paso County Sheriffs Office wants to know how well it's doing on the street, and it is asking community members who have encountered deputies to rate their experience.

These people will soon be able to give feedback on how they felt about the interaction as part of a University of Illinois at Chicago study.

Starting April 1, deputies will offer El Pasoans the opportunity to take part in a survey that could help improve police procedures throughout the nation.

What we'll know is, as a group, this is how people are rating us in certain areas to give us the opportunity to make the appropriate adjustments to ensure we're doing a good job for our community, Sheriff Richard Wiles said.

As police reports are filed, a letter will be sent to the individuals asking them to take a survey either over the phone or online.

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