CPS internal survey indicating member satisfaction expected to be released Tuesday
Rising number of CPS officers indicated feeling overworked and understaffed in the 2015 CPC employee survey. How will 2016 survey results compare?
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In 2015 the Calgary Police Service internal survey showed that all wasn’t well within CPS ranks, with nearly 60 per cent officers registering negative comments about their jobs and workplace.
Metro has learned that on Tuesday the CPS is expected to release the results from the 2016 survey to both the members and, for the first time, to the public.
In previous interviews with both Calgary’s top cop, Chief Roger Chaffin, said they don’t expect the 2016 survey results to have improved compared to 2015’s results.
“We’ve picked up that employee engagement is the prime mission for the leadership group,” Chaffin told Metro in October.
He said all signs are pointing to a membership that’s on the brink.
“You’ve got a very tired
Calgary police association boss, Howard Burns, agreed.
“I wouldn’t anticipate there being a huge improvement in this year’s survey,” said Burns, noting a push for greater transparency has officers keeping track of more than they used to.
Results from the 2015 annual employee survey conducted by the Calgary Police Commission (CPC) into Calgary Police Service (CPS) member satisfaction shows 58
The results of the 2016 survey are expected to be released