Harvey Cedars Police Achieve Re-accreditation


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Oct 21, 2020
By Eric Englund

The Harvey Cedars Police Department has productively achieved its 3rd thriving re-accreditation by the New Jersey Point out Affiliation of Chiefs of Law enforcement.
Borough Commissioner John M. Imperiale, who is general public safety and public affairs chairman, claimed re-accreditation is a voluntary statewide application critique of guidelines and procedures that display the section is running competently.
“This is an ongoing system that is re-examined by assessors from NJSACOP every single 3 years,“ stated Imperiale. “Everyone in Harvey Cedars should really be happy of the professionalism of the police section that led to this important recognition.”
In a letter to Harvey Cedars Law enforcement Main Robert Burnaford, NJSACOP accreditation director Harry Delgado wrote, “You and your division can be justifiably very pleased of this accomplishment. We glimpse ahead to operating with you and the gentlemen and the women of all ages of your agency as you maintain your accredited standing and function to re-accreditation.
“Re-accreditation outcomes in better accountability within just the agency, lessened hazard and legal responsibility publicity, more robust protection from civil lawsuits, enhanced local community advocacy and far more self-assurance in the agency’s capacity to operate efficiently and react to neighborhood,” stated Burnaford.
He stated the evaluation team is composed of law enforcement practitioners from equivalent New Jersey law enforcement businesses. The assessors assessment published materials, interview company users, and pay a visit to places of work and other sites the place compliance with the specifications can be noticed.
“All department techniques and guidelines are reviewed extremely carefully,” Burnaford reported. “It handles all the things we do, from producing out studies, how arrests are taken care of, training, staffing, promotions, tools and significantly a lot more.”  —E.E.
 
 

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