The Self-Assessment also involved a survey of all 1,200 or so law officers across the country. The survey asked about each aspect of the current Strategic Plan, including administrative matters, continuing legal education, ethics and the provision of legal advice to the police and other government agencies. Notable findings from the internal survey demonstrated that law officers at the UAGO and Advocates General offices around the country feel that the Strategic Plan has helped them improve their performance, but that much work remains. The law officers largely agreed that training by international development partners has been useful, but that it needs to more tailored to domestic laws. A large majority of the law officers also cited the need to have Strategic Plans at the State and Regional Advocates General offices so that they could have guidance on how to improve their performance at the local level.