Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) You may be receiving a survey in the mail to give input regarding the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office.
500 random county residents will find a survey in their mailbox this month.
It's all part of the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office strategic planning process.
They want to know what they're doing well, what they can improve on and overall general trends in citizen satisfaction.
"Essentially we're hoping to get feedback from the citizens that will allow us to improve in areas that we need to improve, and maybe provide us information with regard to addressing areas of concern that we're not necessarily familiar with or aware of," explains Chief Deputy Don Newman, Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office.
The county partnered with the College of Southern Idaho Small Business Development Center to produce the survey.
Surveys are due by April 21st.