Sioux County Sheriff’s Office Wants Citizens To Fill Out Online Survey

Orange City, Iowa — The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office is inviting citizens of Sioux County to take a survey about the office’s outreach and impact.

Sheriff’s officials say the survey was created by students of the Dordt University marketing class. It’s the result of a joint project between the SCSO and the Dordt students, designed to gauge the sheriff’s office’s level of community outreach and impact as viewed by the people of Sioux County.

Sioux County officials say it’s a perfect opportunity to share your input and thoughts on the quality and depth of their law enforcement services. The results will go to the marketing students who will then compile the submissions and share a final report with the sheriff’s office.

Those at the sheriff’s office say they hope you’ll take a moment to complete this and share with your friends. They tell us they would like as many Sioux County citizens as possible to complete it to give them the best information possible.

The survey will be available until December 2.

Click here to take the survey if you are a Sioux County resident


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