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The Fox Point Police Department spent the better part of 2017 updating the department’s policy manual and implementing new procedures in an effort to meet the professional standards outlined by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group. The department submitted the application in December of 2017 and at the January board meeting, WILEAG recognized the Fox Point Police Department as meeting the standards set forth in their Core Standards Program.The Core Standards program is a verification program for smaller agencies in cities, villages and towns serving a population of less than 10,000 people. The Core program highlights 49 standards from the full accreditation program that can be described as “high risk” for Wisconsin law enforcement agencies and provides independent verification that the agency is meeting minimum expectations in essential areas of operations and management.The verification is completed by three independent WILEAG reviewers who verify that the agency’s entire submission is in compliance by scrutinizing policy language and proofs of actual implementation in practice. After receiving verification by the WILEAG board, the agency will continue to maintain their verification by reviewing agency policies and practices and documenting compliance with each standard annually.The Fox Point Police Department is dedicated to providing exception service to the community and believes in holding their personnel to a high professional standard. The WILEAG Core Verification program helps the department achieve this goal by utilizing established standards and conducting independent peer review of our procedures and practices.