NYC Panel

The NYC Panel is a new panel of persons living in New York City (NYC). Participants of the panel will be asked to complete three surveys. The data is collected on behalf of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ). MOCJ is interested in the opinions of those living in NYC and has contracted with John Jay College Research and Evaluation Center and NORC at the University of Chicago to invite those living in NYC to join the panel and complete the three surveys.

NORC will ask that one adult in approximately 20,000 households in 15 different areas of NYC join the panel. Households invited to join the panel will be selected based on their address. Everyone who joins the panel must be an adult who is at least 18 years old. If more than one adult lives in the household, the adult invited to join the NYC Panel will be selected using a random process.

Those joining the panel will be asked to complete a survey when they join and two additional surveys in the future. Surveys can be completed on a computer, laptop, tablet or any mobile device. Panelists will also be able to complete surveys over the telephone. Letters inviting households to join the NYC Panel will be sent in July. After the initial letter is mailed, telephone calls will be made to households that have not responded.

The surveys will ask questions that will help MOCJ to better understand the opinions of those living in NYC. Upon the completion of each survey, participants of the panel will receive an incentive. The answers provided by the NYC Panel members will help MOCJ to better understand the opinions of those living in NYC.

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