Accreditation Orientation Call
IACLEA Accreditation is the designation of excellence in campus public safety for non-sworn and sworn agencies and signifies an agency’s ongoing commitment to excellent, state-of-the-art performance in every aspect of its operations. For agencies that aspire to excellence, the IACLEA Accreditation standards demand that agencies follow best practices in operations, training, administration, and human resources. Accredited agencies demonstrate to their personnel, the campus community, and outside experts their professionalism and mission focus.
The IACLEA Accreditation Program—developed by and for campus public safety professionals—offers an accreditation process for non-sworn and sworn campus public safety agencies at colleges and universities across the United States. Learn more with an in-depth look at Accreditation’s benefits, best practices for getting started, and succeeding and have your questions answered by this IACLEA Accreditation panel:
- Jessica A. Luedtke, Accreditation Commission chair, and assistant director, the Medical College of Wisconsin, Public Safety
- Lt. Tamara McCollough, Accreditation assessor, and accreditation manager/Clery compliance, Indiana State University Police Department
- James C. Nawoichyk, Accreditation commissioner, and director, Campus Safety and Security, St. Thomas Aquinas College (New York)
- IACLEA Director of Professional Services Jerry Murphy
- IACLEA Program Coordinator Connie Pair