August 26, 2012
Please forward this information on to others you may know who either qualify as a survey respondent themselves, or who may be in a position to further share this information with others who do. Lansing, MI
- Researchers from
Eastern Michigan University
, in collaboration with the
MichiganProject for Informed Public, Policy
Michigan Gay Officers Action League
LawEnforcement Gays and Lesbians International
, with input from the
National Gay and Lesbian TaskForce
, are looking for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) law enforcement, public safety,corrections and criminal justice professionals to participate in an online research study.This groundbreaking international study will survey LGBT professionals to better understand how genderand sexual orientation factors may affect how these professionals experience their work environments.The study will also examine how such identities are associated with feelings of job satisfaction andsupport, and overall emotional health.Participants will be asked to complete a series of on-line questionnaires on various topics relating to theirexperiences as an LGBT professional employee.
A large and representative respondent sample is needed to produce reliable and valid survey data.
Researchers hope to capture a wide variety of professional classifications, representing various areas of the country and world, urban and rural, and from all sizes of communities and jurisdictions.
To participate in the survey, visit
For more information, contact Michael Evitts firstname.lastname@example.org; or Stephen Jefferson email@example.com.
The attached survey flier is suitablefor posting (e.g., bulletin boards in work areas and break room) for others to easily view.
Please forward this information on to others you may know who either qualify as a survey respondent themselves, or who may be in a position to further share this information with others who do.
R Cole Bouck, President
Michigan Gay Officers Action League(MI-GOAL)