UF Police Department Receives Reaccreditation
The University of Florida Police Department received reaccreditation on July 1 through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA).
The department received this honor by complying with 83 standards for accreditation set by CFA, in addition to 460 standards CFA requires the department to be in comparative compliance through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), according to a UF Police Department release.
The UPD continues to strive for excellence by demonstrating the highest levels of professionalism that the peer-review process of accreditation provides.
Along with the reaccreditation honors received by the department, UPD Lt. Robert "Andy" Wagner was presented the Assessor of the Year Award from the Commission, according to the release.
This award honors an individual who is dedicated to the philosophy of improving professionalism through accreditation.
Lt. Wagner, who has been with the department since 1990, has been an assessor for CFA since 2004. His dedication and commitment to professionalizing law enforcement have established him as a leader in the accreditation arena.
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