UNDP Publishes Afghan Police Perceptions Survey Results
Feb. 9, 2012
VIENNA, Virginia, February 9, 2012 – The United Nations Development Programme has published an extensive report on public attitudes toward the police in Afghanistan. The report was prepared by Langer Research Associates of New York and field work for the Police Perception Survey was carried out by the Afghan Center for Socio-economic and Opinion Research in Kabul, a subsidiary of D3 Systems in Vienna, Va.
The Police Perception Survey, commissioned by the UNDP Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan, provides a detailed examination of public impressions of the Afghan National Police across a range of measures, including statistical modeling of the strongest predictors of public support for the police force and confidence in its abilities. Please find the full report at: