Residents asked to submit feedback on Police Jury’s services to improve quality of life

Published 1:23 pm Tuesday, November 28, 2023

The Calcasieu Parish Police Jury released a brief survey today requesting feedback from Calcasieu residents and stakeholders on its services, programs, and operations to improve its departments’ overall performances.

CPPJ continuously seeks feedback to identify service areas  — e.g., litter, drainage, traffic, transportation, infrastructure, disaster recovery — needing improvement that impact Calcasieu Parish citizens daily. The input received in the annual survey is utilized in determining priorities in the Police Jury’s strategic planning process.

“The data we get from our annual Citizen Survey is extremely useful for our strategic planning,” said Police Jury President Chris Landry. “The information is crucial for us in setting our strategic priorities based on the information directly from Calcasieu residents. Please take a few minutes to participate.”

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The brief, anonymous survey includes questions about existing services, programs, and operations the Police Jury should focus on over the next several years to support strong quality of life in Calcasieu Parish.

Interested residents can complete the survey online at, by utilizing the attached QR code or in person at the Parish Administration Building, 1015 Pithon St., first floor, in Lake Charles. The deadline to complete the survey is 5 p.m., Wednesday, Dec 20.

A summary of the survey results will be presented at a future Police Jury meeting and posted to the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury’s website. For more information about the survey, call CPPJ’s Communications and Media Department at 337-721-3570.