Sheriff Jim Hammond said feedback helps authorities understand how they can improve. (Photo: Staff)

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is seeking feedback from the public about its services.

“This survey is a unique way for us to see how we are doing as a law enforcement agency,” Sheriff Jim Hammond said in a prepared statement. “It gives the citizens of Hamilton County an opportunity to voice their concerns and tell us what we are doing right and what we can do better.”

The survey, available online, is open to all Hamilton County residents consists of 20 questions and covers a variety of issues related to the operations and efficiency of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.


There is also a portion available for personal input.

All respondents’ names are kept confidential.

The survey is designed to reinforce our agency’s commitment to excellence for all citizens with fair and equitable performance, according to a news release.