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Posted on: October 16, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Sebastian PD Re-accredited for Second Excelsior Status

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We are pleased to announce the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) has re-accredited our agency for its second Excelsior status.
The Excelsior status is achieved when an agency successfully attains reaccreditation for 5 successful three year cycles.
The Sebastian Police Department was first accredited in 2002 and received its first Excelsior status in 2017.
“I am extremely proud of our staff for their performance and knowledge of our policies during the accreditation assessment. The committee of assessors who evaluated our agency expressed how impressed they were with everyone’s knowledge of our procedures and what we accomplish with the number of employees we have. The previous Police Chief, Michelle Morris, left our agency in great shape and our Accreditation Manager, Felicia Stoll, worked tirelessly to ensure we were prepared. I am honored to serve as the Chief of Police for this great agency and I'm grateful for our team’s commitment and enthusiasm to our profession”, said Chief Acosta.

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