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Thomasville's Accreditation reviewed

August 14, 2006

Thomasville-  The Thomasville Police Department will be under the microscope this week. 

The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies is evaluating the department's performance. Assessors arrived this weekend and will be looking at the department's files, written policies, and verifying that officers are following proper procedures. 

"They've been very accommodating again, I'm very impressed with some of the directives that we looked at so, we still have a little ways to go, but so far so good," said Deputy Chief Kevin Simpson, Assessor. 

Assessors will meet with residents tonight at seven o'clock in the Bobby Hines Justice Center to take public comments or recommendations.

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