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PRESS RELEASE: Board of Governors’ Office of Inspector General seeks accreditation status

TALLAHASSEE – To enhance accountability and bring itsinvestigative function up to the next level, the Board of Governors’ Office ofInspector General is seeking an accredited status from the Commission forFlorida Law Enforcement Accreditation. Long recognized as a means ofmaintaining the highest standards of professionalism, accreditation is thecertification by an independent reviewing authority that an entity has met specificrequirements and prescribed standards.

一道本不卡免费高清“As a Board, we fully recognize how important it is to havethe right processes in place and follow best practices when it comes toinvestigations,” said Tim Cerio, chair of the Board’s Audit and Compliance Committee.“The Board’s Office of Inspector General has an excellent investigative team,and this extra step toward accreditation is a great example of its commitmentto continued excellence.” 

To achieve accreditation, the Board’s Office of the InspectorGeneral will undergo an assessment on Dec. 3 by the Commission for Florida LawEnforcement Accreditation. Accreditation requirements include compliance with46 mandatory standards, relating to policies and procedures, management,operations, and practices. A copy of the accreditation standards is availablethrough the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation’s website at . As part of theassessment, employees of the Board of Governors as well as members of thepublic are invited to offer comments to the assessment team by writing to thefollowing:

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P.O. Box 1489,Tallahassee, FL 32302

Email: [email protected]

Afterthe assessment team completes their review of the Office of Inspector General’sInvestigations Section, it will report back to the full Commission for FloridaLaw Enforcement Accreditation for a final decision on whether accreditationstatus will be granted.  Participation in the accreditation process isvoluntary and, if granted, will be for a three-year period.

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