Infographic: The ‘fuzz’iness between police-public relations and perceptions
This infographic shows how police view the public and what the public thinks about local law enforcement.
- Written by Jason Axelrod
- 27th February 2017
Using data to make better decisions on project selections and schedules under CARES ActNow that the $2T Phase 3 portion of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act has been officially signed into place, attention is being turned towards a potential Phase 4. As we know, Phase 3 will provide direct payments to individuals, expand unemployment benefits and provide relief to small businesses and health care […]
The pandemic and digital optimization — what does it mean for municipal HR?Human resource managers have long prided themselves on having a physical presence in their offices. HR managers should, after all, be visible and accessible. They should have a physical open door so that staff can seek them out for counsel at any time. However, COVID-19 has wholly disrupted this model for both private and public […]
The advent and benefits of self-service citizen support technologyConsumer confidence in any municipality is directly related to how that government delivers the services it offers. This is a conclusion drawn from a March 2020 paper “Happiness and the Quality of Government” published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. While the overarching concept of this particular paper is easy to grasp, the real work […]
Mayors working to fight a different invisible threat during the pandemic: domestic abuseMuch has been said in recent weeks about the public health pandemic sweeping through our country. Coined the “invisible enemy” in our midst, COVID-19 has upended nearly every institution and organization in our society, from hospital emergency rooms to our favorite shops on “Main Street.” And while the public health and economic disruptions have been […]