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CALEA holds re-accreditation forum

CALEA held a public forum for everyone to comment on the Starkville Police Department's professionalism.

Posted: Jun 11, 2019 6:26 PM
Updated: Jun 11, 2019 6:26 PM

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t's day two of the starkville police department's assessment for national re- accreditation and today they held an open public forum... wtvas nicole dantzler joins us in starkville with a live recap of the public's comments.. the forum wrapped up moments ago here..and citizens, employees and affiliates of the starkville police department attended the forum to speak on their professionalism.... this forum is part of the on site assessment that the commission on accreditation for law enforcement agencies conducts this week. they consider the department for achieving national re accreditation by verifying it's professional standards. the program evaluates candidates in five areas: policy and procedures, administration, operations, investigations and support services. everyone that spoke at the forum supported the department. they all said starkville police are a pleasure to work with and the officers made a difference in the community. tyrone stallings attended the forum. he's been a chaplain of the starkville police department for two years. he says police chief frank nichols' leadership is unmatched. ." "he's done an excellent job, a top job of trying to provide not only leadership that's open and transparent but he's put in place a spiritual leadership for the officers as well as outreach ministries to the communities." the on-site assessment continues until tomorrow. live in starkville nicole dantzler wtva nine news in monroe county... an amory
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