Report on Westside-South Valley Weed and Seed Community Survey
Group: New Mexico Statistical Analysis Center
The goal of the survey was to collect information from a sample of program area residents concerning important neighborhood characteristics that relate to the overall objectives of the Weed and Seed program. These characteristics include both positive attributes such as helping behavior among neighbors, and police activity in the neighborhoods, as well as more problematic attributes such as crime, and fear of crime. In addition to assessing community member perceptions of these attributes, we were also interested in evaluating how these perceptions have changed over the last year. While reported changes cannot be directly linked to Weed and Seed, they do indicate whether or not the general direction of change is consistent with Weed and Seed goals.
- Westside-South Valley
- Sectors (Govt, Non-Profit, etc)
- Location in resource
- Internet Available?
- Has population data?
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