The Titusville Police Department has met all the required standards and is formally reaccredited by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA).
Assessors, composed of law enforcement practitioners from similar agencies throughout the State of Florida, evaluated the department through a virtual assessment process in December of 2021. A formal accreditation certificate marking the achievement was recently presented by CFA members during a ceremony in St. Augustine, Florida.
The evaluation findings revealed there were no noted deficiencies and all standards were achieved. In addition, CFA assessors were very complimentary of the agency and made it clear in their report to the Commission that they were impressed with the quality of staff and the work performed.
The status of accreditation signifies through an independent authority, the Titusville Police Department has met specific requirements and prescribed to over 239 standards meant to maintain the highest standards. Accreditation is a coveted award that symbolizes professionalism, excellence, and competence.
The department has been an accredited agency since 2010 and each reaccreditation cycle is three years.
“Accreditation ensures we are using the best practices in the state and it’s a recognition we can all be very proud of”, said Chief John Lau. “We could not have achieved this milestone without the tireless efforts put forth by every member of our agency”, add Lau.