Park Ridge Police Department Awarded Law Enforcement Re-Accreditation

The Park Ridge Police Department was originally accredited by the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) in October 2012. Over the past four years, The Department has worked towards achieving re-accredited status with the ILACP. Accreditation is an ongoing process whereby agencies evaluate policies and procedures against established criteria, and have compliance with those criteria verified by an independent and authoritative body, The Illinois Law Enforcement Accreditation Council. The criteria, or standards, are policy development guidelines that represent a level of quality service delivery.
 The true indicator of compliance, however, lies with an evaluation by trained, independent professional peers. The establishment of meaningful and professional standards and an evaluation for compliance to those standards are, therefore, the two fundamentals of an accreditation program. The department underwent the final stage in the Illinois Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (ILEAP), the onsite assessment on October 6-7, 2016.

Oak Brook Police Chief James Kruger, First Vice- President of the ILACP,  presented Chief Frank Kaminski and Deputy Chief Lou Jogmen with the official certificate at the City Council Meeting on Monday March 20, 2017.

This award demonstrates the department’s commitment to working towards and upholding the best practices established for law enforcement.

 



 
 
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