Gov. Scott Appoints Maj. Jeter to State Commission

By  //  September 10, 2013

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Jeter has over 27 years experience

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA – Major Susan M. Jeter of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has been appointed to the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC) by Florida Gov. Rick Scott.

Major Susan M. Jeter

Major Susan M. Jeter

“I was honored to endorse Major Jeter, along with the Florida Sheriff’s Association, because of her incredible qualifications as a Jail Administrator, coupled with her dedication to serving the citizens of the state of Florida,” said Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey

EPIC AWARD WINNER

Major Jeter has over 27 years of experience and formally served on the Florida Accreditation Commission. Major Jeter is a recipient of the Central Florida EPIC award (Exceptional People Impacting the Community) and also organized and developed training for Corrections Officers in Crisis Intervention at the Brevard County Jail in an effort to prevent jail related suicides.

The Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission is made up of 19 members, with all but three members appointed by the governor for a term of four years.

The commission has the responsibility of ensuring all citizens of Florida are served by ethical, qualified and well trained criminal justice officers.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

Sheriff Wayne Ivey

The Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission is made up of 19 members, with all but three members appointed by the governor for a term of four years.

They are tasked with establishing minimum and uniform standards for the employment and training of full time, part time and auxiliary law enforcement, correction and correctional probation officers. Officer training programs, curricula requirements and certification of training schools and instructors are also charged to the commission.

“I am extremely proud of Major Jeter for receiving this appointment,” said Sheriff Wayne.

“Major Jeter has done an amazing job for our agency and brings an incredible wealth of knowledge and experience to the Commission.”


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