North Bend police services survey starts

North Bend residents will be asked their opinions about police services starting this week. A telephone survey, conducted by EMC Research and Northwest Public Affairs, starts this week among registered voters in North Bend.

Respondents will be asked their opinion on current police services, provided by contract with the King County Sheriff’s Office, in a survey designed by the consultant. At least 100 people will be surveyed.

Results of the survey will be presented to the North Bend City Council at its Aug. 21 meeting. That night, the council is scheduled to vote on whether to continue its existing contract for police services with the county, or transfer its contract to the Snoqualmie Police Department.


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