Gilmer County Sheriff’s Office Announces Recertification

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Gilmer County Sheriff's Office Announces Recertification

The Gilmer County Sheriff’s office celebrated re-certification with the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police this week. Sheriff Nicholson presented awards and honors to members of the office and congratulated the entire team.
The certification process assists departments and agencies perform self evaluations to ensure professionalism and maintain operational efficiency. The GACP is a 52 year old organization and the largest of its kind in Georgia. Gilmer county was the 12th county to join the program which has grown to include 159 agencies.

“I’m very proud of my entire office. Some people think that a good sheriff’s office is because of a good sheriff. It’s not, it’s because of all of the good people involved, from the secretary to the chief deputy.”

The evaluation process includes adherence and implementation of standards set by the GACP while offering departments flexibility in operations. The certification period is three years in length and requires an annual report on continuing compliance.

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