Standards & Staff Development


Standards and Staff Development

Captain Frank Milo

The Standards and Staff Development Division supports the functions of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, Department of Corrections. The division consists of Accreditation, Key Control, and Quartermaster. These sections/units and other key staff assigned to the division work hard to support the overall goals and mission of the Sheriff's Office. The maintenance of standards and development of staff together provide the foundation to be built upon in creating and maintaining working and living environments within our facilities that can be viewed as models for best practices within our industry. The following is an overview of the sections and units within the division:

Accreditation:

Accreditation has been a part of the Department of Corrections since 1984. They are responsible for maintaining 439 national standards and 284 state standards, development and maintenance of policies and procedures, post orders, and other documentation. Additionally, the Unit is responsible for inspections and issues related to the fire safety and sanitation of our two jail facilities.

Key Control and Security Equipment:

This unit is responsible for the maintenance, installation, issuance and oversight of every key and locking device throughout our jail facilities, as well as responsibility for, and maintenance of all self-contained breathing apparatus.

Quartermaster:

The Quartermaster unit performs duties related to the requisitioning, receipt, inspection, storage and issuance of supplies, equipment, and materials for staff and inmates. The unit ensures that all facilities are properly stocked with the necessary items to perform the required duties of housing inmate populations.

Thank you for visiting our website. Should you have any questions related to the above, or need any further information, feel free to contact us as follows:

Captain Frank Milo: 561-688-4388
Lieutenant William Rodgers: 561-688-4396

Sincerely,
Captain Frank Milo



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