Law enforcement accreditation is set to the same standards as accreditation programs required for schools, hospitals, and other professional entities. The law enforcement accreditation program is recognized as a means of maintaining the highest standards of professionalism.
The Florida A&M University Department of Campus Safety & Security is responsible for maintaining compliance with all-state and national accreditation standards as established by the respective accreditation commissions. The standards by which the agency is measured specify what should be addressed in the agency policies and procedures. The standards evaluate all facets of an agency including administration, patrol, investigations, personnel, internal affairs, prisoner security, traffic, use of force, and more.
Accreditation is awarded by an independent reviewing committee who conducts an on-site evaluation of the agency. Attaining accredited status demonstrates to the community that an agency is committed to maintaining the highest standards of professional law enforcement service. The accreditation of an agency is awarded for a three-year period upon which the agency must apply for re-accreditation.
The Florida A&M University Department of Campus Safety & Security was awarded its initial accreditation by the Commission of Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. on February 25, 2015, A re-evaluation of the agency occurs every three years. The Department will be assessed for reaccreditation on December of 2017.
If you wish to contact the Accreditation Manager, please feel free to call 850-599-3676 Monday through Friday 9:00p.m.-6:00 p.m. (except university or national holidays):
Ms. Wendy Dorival, Accreditation Manager