Since March 2001, Penn Police has been a fully-accredited police department, through the Commission on the Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA)*. CALEA administers a rigorous accreditation process whereby law enforcement agencies must adhere to over 440 standards, codes and state-of-the-art practices. UPPD undergoes a reaccreditation process every four (4) years.
Below is our most recent Accreditation Report from December 2019, following our on-site assessment which took place in October 2019. For this assessment, Penn Police received an Advanced Law Enforcement Accreditation in 2020. Included in this report is a review of our directives and other policies; analysis of our traffic and pedestrian stop data over the previous four (4) calendar years, including racial/bias profiling and complaint analysis; use of force data analysis; analysis of departmental discipline; analysis of our employee and community demographics; hiring and promotion practices and data.
This is an abbreviated version of the CALEA Town Hall meeting, reduced for time and clarity. Not all speakers are included in this edited version. See below for the full hour-long session.
This video shows the CALEA Town Hall meeting in its entirety.
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