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N.D. Highway Patrol to face assessment

A team of assessors from the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., will arrive April 27 to examine all aspects of the North Dakota Highway Patrols' policy and procedures, administration, operations and support services.

A team of assessors from the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., will arrive April 27 to examine all aspects of the North Dakota Highway Patrols' policy and procedures, administration, operations and support services.

Verification by the team that the Highway Patrol meets the Commission's standards is part of a voluntary process to retain accreditation.

Agency employees and members of the community are invited to offer comments by calling (800) 555-3427 between 1 and 5 p.m. April 28. Comments are limited to 10 minutes and must address the agency's ability to comply with CALEA's standards.

A copy of the standards is available at the North Dakota Highway Patrol Headquarters, State Capitol Building, 600 East Boulevard Avenue Dept. 504, Bismarck, ND. The local contact is Lt. Gordon La France, (701) 328-2455.

Anyone wishing to offer written comments is requested to write the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., 10302 Eaton Place, Suite 100, Fairfax, Va., 22030.

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