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Nevin top employee for August
Prince Frederick, MD - 8/21/2013
By Marty Madden
Doing the job of five, that’s how a former supervisor characterized Debra Nevin, Calvert County Government’s Employee of the Month for August. Nevin, who works in the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office, was saluted by the county commissioners at their Aug. 20 meeting.
Nevin has the huge responsibility of maintaining the local sheriff’s office’s Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) files.
The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office received its accreditation in 2010 and is reaccredited each year.
“She’s a valuable employee,” declared Sheriff Mike Evans [R].
“That certification is very important,” said Commissioners’ President Pat Nutter [R], a retired sheriff’s deputy. “Getting and maintaining that certification is not easy.”
In a memo to the commissioners, Employment Recognition Committee Chair Kim Gott explained that Nevin assures “that proofs are assigned to agency personnel” and she reviews “all submissions for accuracy and completeness.”
It was also noted in the memo that last month Nevin received special recognition from CALEA team leaders.
“Every other [law enforcement] agency has at least five people dedicated to the CALEA process,” stated Tom Hejl, the recently retired assistant sheriff.
Calvert County Government Employees of the Month receive a certificate and a nominal check from the county commissioners, plus become candidates for Employee of the Year.
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