NFCC Public Safety Academy receives Meritorious Award from Criminal
Justice Standards and Training Commission
MADISON, FL - The North Florida Community College Public Safety Academy
received a Meritorious Award at the August 2014 Criminal Justice Standards and
Training Commission (CJSTC) Meeting in recognition of attaining a “perfect
audit” for the CJSTC Trust Fund for fiscal year 2012/2013. NFCC was one of
three training centers to receive the award. The NFCC Public Safety Academy has
received the Meritorious Award for the last four consecutive audits including
fiscal years 2006/2007, 2008/2009, 2010/2011, and 2012/2013.
Standards and Training staff audits the Trust Fund accounts received by the 40
Training Centers in Florida to ensure the training centers are in compliance
with the rules, statutes and policies and procedures of the CJSTC. This includes
inspections of all course files, facilities and equipment, and instructor
certifications to ensure that the academy is in compliance with the Criminal
Justice Standards and Training and Florida Administrative Code.
am blessed to have excellent co-workers,” said Rick Davis, NFCC Public Safety
Academy Director. “Their commitment and dedication to the Public Safety Academy
is what makes our training center one of the best in the State.”
Left-Right: David Hobbs, Jefferson County Sheriff and CJSTC
Commissioner; NFCC Public Safety Academy Director Rick Davis; and
Criminal Justice Professionalism Director Dean Register at the August
2014 CJSTC Meeting.