OIG Awarded Reaccreditation

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has been awarded reaccreditation status by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA). The CFA is an independent reviewing authority created in 1993 to establish a voluntary accreditation program. The CFA establishes standards, manages accreditation programs, and grants accreditation to Offices of Inspectors General that adhere to the established standards.

On November 28, 2012, the CFA’s assessment team reviewed evidence of all aspects of the OIG Investigation Section’s performance including policies and procedures, management, investigative plans and case files to determine compliance with 40 recognized standards of excellence. They determined that the OIG is 100% compliant with the CFA standards and recommended reaccreditation. Full compliance provides an assurance that the OIG is operating in a consistent, predictable and repeatable manner.

On February 21, 2013, Commission Chairman Julie Jones (and Executive Director of the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles) formally presented the Certificate of Accreditation to Bob Clift, Inspector General, Howard Greenfield, Director of Investigations and Erin Romeiser, the Section’s former CFA Accreditation Manager (now Director of Investigations at the Office of Financial Regulation.)

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Pictured Left to Right     Chairman Julie Jones, Howard Greenfield, Erin Romeiser, Bob Clift, and CFA Executive Director Lori Mizell

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