Aug 5, 2014 12:58 PM by Lena Howland
A new city-wide survey in Pueblo shows that 73% of people in Pueblo feel unsafe in certain areas of town, day or night.
This is a 6% increase from 2012.
This was a seven-page survey sent out to 1500 random households. A total of 413 households responded.
How quickly police respond to emergencies is down by 8%, with 38% of households responding that they are dissatisfied with the response times.
The visibility of police in neighborhoods dropped 6%, with a total of 44% of households dissatisfied.
Police Chief Luis Velez tells us he is aware that he only has a limited number of police officers on duty day to day.
The majority of folks living in Pueblo we spoke with today agreed with the survey results.
Here is a link to the latest City Satisfaction Survey Results and the 2012 and 2010 results.
News 5 is investigating the survey results and will have more information throughout the day.
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