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WCSO Jail recommended for re-accreditation

The Florida Corrections Accreditations Commission (FCAC) completed a three day review of the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Jail and revealed that the review had no objectionable conditions. The review committee will recommend re-accreditation to the commission for another three years in October.

The FCAC team reviewed records, interviewed WCSO staff, talked to inmates and looked over the facility during the visit. WCSO met all of the standards for accreditation. The inspectors said they were impressed with the knowledgeable staff and the outstanding condition of the kitchen.

The inspection team included: Detention Inspector Tina Chapman of Clay County, Booking Sgt. Diana Frost of Osceola County and Day Shift Lt. Donald West of Alachua County.
Sheriff Charlie Creel and Major Jared Miller thanked the inspection team for their time and expertise. “We’re real proud of our staff,” said Sheriff Creel. “We’re a team.” The jail team includes Armor Correctional Health Services which provides medical services for inmates and Eagle Food Services makes sure the inmates are fed each day.

 

 

The WCSO will be in line for accreditation in law enforcement, corrections and communications when the various accreditation commissions meet in October. 

 

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