Do you feel safe in downtown Wilmington?

That’s the question Wilmington Police and Downtown Visions want residents, workers, and visitors to the city’s downtown areas to answer.

Downtown Visions Executive Director Martin P. Hageman has put a call out for input on the quality of life in downtown Wilmington, especially concerning safety and the performance of Wilmington Police.  You can take part in the survey here.  

Participants are asked if they agree with several statements including, “I feel safe in downtown Wilmington,” and “There is an adequate level of police presence in downtown Wilmington.”

Downtown Visions was founded in 1994 as a private, nonprofit group “committed to keeping downtown Wilmington clean, safe & attractive.”  The group cleans and monitors an area ecompassing 70 blocks in Wilmington.  The group also monitors surveillance cameras in the downtown area and can coordinate response with Wilmington Police if criminal activity is observed.

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