Alfred Community Survey

Presented by Alfred Committee on Equity and Safety (ACES)

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We invite every member of the Alfred Community to share their perspectives of life in Alfred. We encourage students, residents, employees, business owners, landlords, tenants and regular visitors to Alfred to join the conversation.

Survey Link

Responses will be used in conjunction with the Village’s completion of the New York State Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Executive Order and to improve safety and policing practices, and quality of life in Alfred. Survey responses can be made anonymously. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.

Please complete the survey by December 20, 2020 via QR code, link on the Village website, or if you prefer to submit a paper copy, contact  to pick up and submit at the Village Hall.

ACES is a collection of individuals comprised from the various constituencies that make up the Town and Village of Alfred including representatives from: the faculty, staff and student bodies at Alfred State College and Alfred University; Alfred Police Department, Alfred State College University Police, Alfred University Public Safety, Alfred Village Board, Town of Alfred, A.E. Crandall Hook and Ladder Company, business owners and community members. The purpose of this group is to serve the entire community.

We work together to review policy, make recommendations to propose new or enhanced policy based upon available information, facilitate and develop meaningful collaborations and dialogues within the community, and present actionable opportunities to our community. We have and will continue to work within our shared and unique spheres of influence to gather relevant information to inform our work. Our goal is collaborative in scope and is focused on the development of transformative opportunities and actionable change with social justice, equity, accountability, and community development and improvement at its core for the benefit of our entire community. We feel it is important to work as one body to address the concerns of students and community members alike.