CALEA TRI-ARC Award
The CALEA TRI-ARC Award is given to the governing body(s) and agencies that have concurrent CALEA accreditation for their law enforcement, public safety communications and public safety training agencies.
The award name was selected to reflect the three accreditation programs ("TRI") and symbolize the synergistic power and light created as the result of an unusual achievement ("ARC").
The award is a cherry wood obelisk with one of the three full-color accreditation program seals imbedded on a side, while the fourth side identifies the entity receiving the award. Each of the accredited components receives an obelisk award, as does the parent organization.
Alameda County Sheriff's Office California - November 2014
California Highway Patrol - November 2014
Maryland State Police - November 2014
Secretaría de Seguridad Pública del Estado de Baja California - August 2013
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Missouri - August 2013
Newport News Police Department, Virginia - March 2013
Shelby County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee - March 2013
Las Vegas Metropolitian Police Department - July 2012
Maryland Transportation Authority Police Force - March 2012
Nashville, Tennessee - November 2011
Roanoke, Virginia - November 2011
Arlington, Texas - March 2010