Thursday, March 09, 2023

St. Johns County Inspector General Seeks Accreditation -- Write, Call or Speak Out Against It. .

Our St. Johns County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller BRANDON J. PATTY, former Republican Executive Committee chair, former Congressional candidate, is the man who fired Inspector General Nila Arissa, allegedly over handling of former Cultural Resources Coordinator Trey Alexander Asner's complaint of fraud, waste, abuse and retaliation.

A defiant BRANDON PATTY refuses to order SJC OIG to investigate. 

There's PATTY with his patron, developer-State Senator TRAVIS JAMES HUTSON and County Commission Chairman CHRISTIAN WHITEHURST, on Primary Election night in 2020. 

This IG's office does not deserve accreditation.

This IG's office lacks independence. 

This IG's office is guilty of desuetude, torpor, decrepitude and hebetude.

Unless it investigates Mr. Asner's complaint, FDLE accreditation should be DENIED.

Write, call or speak out to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on proposed accreditatation of SJC OIG, which is a lapdog and not a watchdog.  


From Ponte Vedra Recorder:

Comments about county office sought


The St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller’s Office of Inspector General is undergoing an assessment to receive accreditation by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA). A team of assessors from the CFA will conduct an on-site assessment on March 16 to review the Inspector General’s Office policies, procedures, management, operations, and support services.

As part of the assessment, staff members and the public are invited to offer comments about the Inspector General’s Office to the assessment team by contacting:

Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, P.O. Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida 32302. Email:

A copy of the standards manual by which the Inspector General’s Office will be assessed is available on the CFA website at

The accreditation program manager for the office is St. Johns County Inspector General Nilsa Arissa. According to Arissa, the assessment team is composed of assessors from similar agencies and will review written materials, interview individuals and visit offices and other areas to observe compliance.

Upon completion of the review by CFA assessors, the assessment team will report back to the commission, which will make the determination on granting accreditation. If approved, the accreditation is valid for three years.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Need a left wing inspector general. This is the only way things will be fair. You can't just pull another hog out of the slop and then call them an inspector general. It doesn't work like that. Need a far left bulldog to give them hell. That or Ed Slavin. Oh God and baby Jesus put Ed Slavin in that position. Go and demand the position Ed.