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Inspections and Audits

Third-party inspections and audits are completed by independent consultants. Reliable and accurate reports produced by a neutral party inspires confidence in the results.

Email us at info@blueiqconsulting.com to check availability.

"Inspect What You Expect"

Regardless of the quality of an agency's written policy, inspecting and auditing real-world compliance is essential.

Leaders who regularly conduct inspections and audits, can ensure that expectations are being met and take proactive measures where there is opportunity for improvement.

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We can provide customized packages and reporting to suit the needs of your agency. Inspections and audits can be conducted on a one-off basis, on a regular interval according to procedure or as a launch/hand-off. 

1. One-off or Single Study Audits and Inspections. Our consultants will work closely with your on-site staff to establish expectations for reporting and procedures, as well as deadlines. We are committed to independent, unbiased and accurate results that community leaders can place their confidence in.

2. Regular Interval Audits and Inspections. Agencies facing budgetary and resource constraints may find it more feasible to complete required inspections in a timely and accurate way by engaging our services. We can work with your agency to make sure that all deadlines are met, and regular audits are completed on schedule. The reporting required will be certified as complete and accurate.

3. Launch/Hand-Off Audits and Inspections. Continual process improvement is a core tenet of BlueIQ. We can relieve the constraints on an agency's resources by designing and launching a sustainable audit and inspection process.

 

Working closely with the end-users as well as leadership, BlueIQ Law Enforcement Consultants do the following:

  • Understand the requirements of the agency

  • Identify opportunities to streamline or automate a process

  • Implement software solutions where applicable

  • Train users

  • Guide users during a phased launch of new procedures

  • Produce documentation and reporting

Get started today with an initial consultation and quote for services. 
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FAQ

  • What is Accreditation?
    Accreditation in the context of law enforcement is the status awarded to an agency which has voluntarily submitted to meet a third-party, defined set of professional standards. Those standards may require the following: A comprehensive written directive system that clearly define authority, performance, and responsibilities of the agency and its employees Reports and analyses to make fact-based and informed management decisions Preparedness to address natural or man-made critical incidents Community relationship-building to improve legitimacy of policing Independent review by subject matter experts Continuous pursuit of excellence through external assessment measures
  • Why should my agency pursue accreditation?
    Accreditation encourages excellence while providing tangible and measurable results in achieving that goal. By pursuing accreditation on a state or national level, you can expect many benefits including: 1. Increased support from municipal and government officials. By conforming to objective standards, an accredited agency demonstrates their commitment to excellence, resource management, and service delivery. In turn, this inspires the confidence of government authorities in the agency's ability to efficiently and effectively serve the community. 2. Improved legitimacy in the community.Accreditation programs create opportunities for law enforcement and private citizens to work together to prevent and control challenges in the community and improve dialogue. 3. Reduction in risk, liability, and costs. Accredited agencies may see a decline in legal actions against them and are better able to defend themselves against civil lawsuits if they do arise. Many agencies also report lower costs for liability insurance or even reimbursement of the fees associated with accreditation. 4. Accountability.Accreditation standards make up a proven system that supports high-level decision making, resource allocation, and professional policing.
  • How can we improve our existing accreditation process?
    Accreditation should be an asset to an agency, not a burden. BlueIQ consultants help streamline processes within existing accreditation frameworks to reduce workload and improve the effectiveness of an agency's accreditation program. Digital solutions, workflow management, as well as remote support can transform a cumbersome process into a low-effort, high-yield program.
  • What type of support can BlueIQ provide for our accreditation program?
    BlueIQ will partner with your agency in launching a new accreditation program or supporting and improving your existing accreditation process. If your agency is interested in becoming accredited, BlueIQ consultants will assist you every step of the way. From determining which accreditation programs meet the needs of your agency, to identifying challenges and gaps, conducting preliminary evaluations and mock assessments, our consultants are experienced and highly skilled. Accreditation is a long term project and we support agencies on a continuing basis. Once a department acheives accredited status, it takes attention and skill to maintain that status - but it should not take away from valuable resources elsewhere. BlueIQ consultants provide remote support, digital mock assessments, on-site training events, hands-on tutoring, process improvement, and much more to ensure that our client agencies are able to retain the status they've worked hard to achieve. Let us know how we can help your Accreditation program today.

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