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Public Comment Wanted for Prosecutor's Office Accreditation

The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police is looking for local residents to submit their review of the Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office.

Gloucester County residents are invited to comment on the County Prosecutor's Office as part of an upcoming accreditation process.

Assessors from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police will be evaluating the office's day-to-day operations beginning on Sunday, Nov. 4. This includes an evaluation of the agency's policies and procedures, management, operations and support services. As part of the process, the NJSACOP is looking for the public to give their thoughts on how the prosecutor's office operates.

County residents are invited to call in to the accreditation assessors on Monday, Nov. 5, between 9 and 11 a.m. The assessors can be reached at 856-384-5559. All comments must be related to the prosecutor's office's compliance with NJSACOP standards and will be limited to five minutes.

For residents who are unable to call in at that time, they may write a letter  to the NJSACOP Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission at One Greentree Centre, Suite 201, Marlton, NJ 08053. Like the phone comments, all letters must deal with the accreditation process.

Successful accreditation for the prosecutor's office will result in national recognition from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. The accreditation, if received, is good for a three-year period.

For more information of the accreditation process, you can visit the NJSACOP website by clicking here and going to Standards and Professional Division. From there, click on law enforcement accreditation.

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