CALEA’s team of assessors will examine Naperville Police Department’s policies

CALEA’s team of assessors will examine Naperville Police Department’s policies

The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. (CALEA) will send a team of assessors on Dec. 2, 2019. The team will examine the policies, procedures, support, management, and operation services of the Naperville Police Department.

The Naperville Police Department will get the accreditation on the base of the report of the CALEA’s team of assessors. The accreditation by CALEA is a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence. The Communications Section of the Naperville Police Department has been accredited since 2001. The verification by CALEA to know whether the Naperville Police Department meets the standards of the commission is a mandatory process for getting advanced accreditation.

The Naperville Police Department has been accredited since 1992. CALEA’s team of assessors will review the communications and law enforcement programs of the Naperville Police Department concurrently for the second time. The team of assessors invited the community members and agency employees to offer comments.

There are two ways in which the community members can offer their comments. They can either call at (630) 305-5299 on Dec. 3, from 1 pm to 3 pm, or they can attend a Public Information Forum at 5 pm on the same day. The Public Information Forum will be held in the Community Room located at the Police Department, 1350 Aurora Avenue, Naperville, Illinois. The public will be allowed to talk directly with the CALEA’s team of assessors.

According to the CALEA sources, the community members will be limited to talk for 10 minutes for addressing the ability of the agency to comply with the standards of the Commission. Scott Cunningham, a retired chief of police, will conduct the assessment process. For getting more details, you can visit the official site of CALEA at www.calea.org. You can also get information via calling at (703) 352-4225.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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