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COLUMBIA COUNTY, Georgia (WJBF) – The Columbia County School District Police Department (CCSDPD) achieved state certification through completion of the Georgia Law Enforcement Certification Program of the Georgia Association Chiefs of Police (GACP).

According to a press release on Wednesday, July 10, over a 13-month period, the CCSDPD has met the required 141 standards covering key themes for effective law enforcement, including positive community support, transparency and ethical conduct.

Superintendent Dr. Steven Flynt said the certification demonstrates the commitment of police and staff to ensuring the safety of schools in the county.

“This certification is an impressive achievement and symbolizes the great work that is done across CCSD every day to ensure our students receive the high-quality education they deserve in a safe and positive environment,” Flynt said.

Of the state’s 180 school districts, CCSDPD is reportedly one of five with this certification.

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