King County launches survey to reimagine public safety

The county wants to hear from residents in urban unincorporated King County.

WHITE CENTER, Wash. — King County is looking to create a new approach to public safety. The county is asking for input through a survey with questions about reimagining public safety in urban unincorporated King County. 

The county is looking to implement changes through a pilot program in 2022. The survey says the county has an opportunity to “create something new and better.”

The survey has more than 30 questions. It asks for opinions on policing and the King County Sheriff’s Office, thoughts on community resources and whether the county should invest

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