Innovative feedback loops connecting police and communities
Bridge the gap between the public and the police with data-driven technology that improves communication, operational insights, and public safety
Ongoing feedback helps cultivate community trust
Post contact interaction surveys: eponymous post-contact data collection to measure procedural justice based on officer interactions.
Officer Surveys: Confidential surveys to assess organizational stress, wellness and training opportunities.
Data analysis & consulting: actionable insights and recommendations from de-identified data.
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Chicago Police Department
My90 is working with the City of Chicago and the Chicago Police Department to test post-contact data collection methods and establish a practical set of best practices.
How anonymous data can help
Immediately engage stakeholders in meaningful, measurable ways. Roll out anonymous surveys to community members and officers within 72 hours.
Incorporate data, engagement, and transparency on an ongoing basis. Post-contact data collection and baseline polls help you hear from officers and residents
My90 de-identifies survey responses so that community members and officers alike are willing to share honest feedback about sensitive issues.
Publish de-identified survey results to build trust with the public, create a dialogue, and measure progress over time.
Use surveys that generate constructive feedback and actionable insights. Identify specific ways to improve trust, safety, and equity when police contact occurs.
Leverage technology and data science to complement your existing strategies and deepen your impact.