This website exists to facilitate discussion and to provide resources to those in the criminal justice/public safety profession for staff inspections, accreditation, written directive systems, and to further develop these processes.  This eventually should include the development staff inspection standards and development of practical staff inspector models for the various aspects of criminal justice/public safety.




Project 1.


Issue:  The agency does not wish to engage in the staff inspection process, however some method of standards enforcement is necessary.


Goal: Create a limited staff inspection based on CALEA and CFA accreditation standards, related written directives and Florida Statutes.  This inspection can be used to ensure compliance and generate proofs of compliance for accreditation files.


Strategy:  Include analysis, audits, and reviews as a focus or part of the inspection.  Represent the inspection as an effort to collect proofs of compliance for the accreditation files.  (Collect proofs as opportunities arise.)  To document, create a table with the standards/laws and relate to the written directives.  Inspect each area/function in blocks and document.  Complete a follow-up as needed.  Put the “Staff Inspection” cover sheet on the finished document ONLY after completion and only to identify it for the accreditation file, depending upon the acceptance level of your agency.            





Florida Police Accreditation Coalition


Commission For Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc


Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission, Inc.


Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.


American Correctional Association





Why do Staff Inspections?

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Scheduled Training And Meetings


 Sample Forms And Reports


Staff Inspection Standards Development Notes





Last Updated: 8/5/2010 10:48:35 PM