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UCF Police Department earns Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation

The UCF Police Department received accreditation for the fourth time since 2013 from the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation. 

UCFPD was visited by law enforcement practitioners in March to access the department’s compliance with about 250 standards relating to life and safety practices to earn the accreditation. 

The University’s police department was first accredited in 2013 with this year marking the fourth time receiving the honor. The accepted Accreditation will be valid for three years. 

UCF Police Chief Carl Metzger said the department was honored and will continue to strive to be one of the most progressive departments in the country. 

“My charge to every member of UCF Public Safety is to do the right thing, and the third-party review from the CFA validates that we are on the right path and serving our community according to the highest standards,” said Metzger. “We are honored to have again earned accreditation, and we will continue to push forward to be the most professional, progressive and innovative campus law enforcement agency in the country.” 

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