The recent nation-wide communications survey among Justices of the Peace has been a great success. 40 per cent of those canvassed answered the questionnaire.
The survey sought information from 5,844 individual Justices and the 29 Regional Associations, asking how they currently receive communications and their preferences for the future.
It’s the first survey undertaken of the total membership across the country, a combination of on-line email and hard-copy, attempting to gauge “grass roots” opinion and views.
Questions centred on information exchange with the Royal Federation of Justices Association and Regional Associations, including the magazine “Justices’ Quarterly”, websites, email and hard copy.
The Review Committee says the pleasing response to the survey justifies the effort and expense and has provided invaluable information which will result in meaningful recommendations to the Royal Federation’s Board. The survey is part of an ongoing review of communications being undertaken by the Board as it updates its Strategic Plan 2015-20.
Results of the survey will be published in the Summer edition of “Justices’ Quarterly”.