DNR Law Enforcement Director to serve on Indiana Accreditation Board

Danny L. East
Danny L. East

Indiana Conservation Officers are proud to announce that DNR Law Enforcement Division Director Danny L. East has been nominated to serve on the Board of Directors for the Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (ILEAC).

“The Department of Natural Resources is proud of our Law Enforcement Division and the leadership of Director Danny L. East”, said Cameron F. Clark, DNR Director.  “It is an honor to have our Indiana Conservation Officers represented on a board that is on the forefront of building law enforcement standards across our state.”

ILEAC was formed in 2005 to develop an accreditation process that provides law enforcement agencies an opportunity to demonstrate that they meet an established set of professional standards.

 

The standards are designed to;

-Increase law enforcement agency capabilities to prevent and control crime.

-Increase agency effectiveness and efficiency in the delivery of law enforcement services.

-Increase cooperation and coordination with other enforcement agencies and the criminal justice system.

-Increase citizen and employee confidence in the goals, objectives, policies, and practices of the agency.

 

“As President of ILEAC, I am delighted to welcome a person with Danny East’s credentials to the Board of the Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission”, said Judge Geoff Robison, President

“Danny’s expertise and leadership in law enforcement will be a valued tool as more police departments throughout the state consider accreditation as an opportunity”, said Michael F. Ward, Executive Director.

For more information please visit http://ileac.org/

 

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