Receiving the CALEA Gold Standard in Public Safety Saturday in Orlando, Florida are, second from left, LAPD Dispatch Manager Erica Manzanares, Deputy Chief Oliver Morris, Chief Dino Sgambellone, Cmdr. Daniel Roberts, Consolidated Dispatch Center Manager Kate Stoddard, County Manager Steven Lynne and a CALEA official. Photo Courtesy LAPD
Pictured at the CALEA conference in Orlando, Florida are, from left, LAPD Chief Dino Sgambellone, Cmdr. Daniel Roberts, Deputy Chief Oliver Morris, Consolidated Dispatch Center Manager Kate Stoddard, Dispatch Manager Erica Manzanares and County Manager Steven Lynne. Photo Courtesy LAPD
LAPD NEWS RELEASE
The Los Alamos Police Department has been awarded the CALEA Gold Standard in Public Safety for the second time this past Saturday in Orlando, Florida. The Los Alamos Police Department succeeded in meeting 100 percent of the required and optional standards set forth by the Program.
The mission of the CALEA program is to improve the delivery of public safety services by maintaining a body of professional standards that support the administration of accreditation programs.
CALEA accreditation succeeds through Agency Leadership, serves as a resource management tool, establishes trusted processes & best practices, provides a planning framework, encourages organizational growth & improvement, fosters community awareness, promotes organizational transparency, and promotes open dialogue and information-sharing.
Recently promoted, Commander Daniel Roberts has served as the accreditation manager within LAPD for eight years.
Chief Sgambellone stated, “I am very proud of our employees and their commitment to professional standards ensuring that we will continue to provide exceptional service to the community. I’d like to thank County Manager Steve Lynne, County Council, and the community at large for their on-going support.”
LAPD/LAC staff in attendance were Chief Sgambellone, Deputy Chief Oliver Morris, Commander Roberts, County Manager Steven Lynne, Consolidated Dispatch Center Manager Kate Stoddard and Dispatch Supervisor Erica Manzanares.