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Bill Tegeler

Deputy Director

Police Executive Research Forum

HQ Phone:  (202) 454-8300

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Police Executive Research Forum

1120 Connecticut Ave. NW Suite 930

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

About PERF The Police Executive Research Forum is an independent research organization that focuses on critical issues in policing. Since its founding in 1976, PERF has identified best practices on fundamental issues such as reducing police use of force, devel...more

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Employment History

Commander

Santa Ana Police Department


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Bill Tegeler
Deputy Director, Management Services (202)454-8337


www.daily-times.com

The investigations are objective," said PERF's Bill Tegeler, of actions by LCPD's Professional Standards Unit.
Tegeler said 10 of 16 cases were found to have some kind of misconduct. Five violations initiated by city residents were determined to involve police misconduct, Tegeler added.


www.lcsun-news.com

But as Bill Tegeler, a PERF representative pointed out, there is still room for improvement.
He said there were 16 "high risk" LCPD policies that needed to be addressed, based on PERF's findings in its first annual audit report released in February 2011. He said those recommendations were used "On our visit of the department in December, I was glad to see they were working on 60 to 70 percent of the recommendations we offered," Tegeler said. Tegeler said some cameras have been repaired, but not all.


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Mr. Bill Tegeler
Deputy Director, Management Services Police Executive Research Forum 1910 M Street NW Washington , DC , 20001 Phone: (202)454-8337 Fax: (202)466-7826 Bill Tegeler has recently retired as a commander with the Santa Ana Police Department in Southern California to become PERF s Deputy Director of Management Services. He possesses a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Fullerton and a Masters Degree in Human Resources and Organizational Development from the University of San Francisco. During his career in Santa Ana, Commander Tegeler was assigned to supervise the department s Planning and Research Unit and served as Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police where he co-developed and administered the Mayor s Task Force on Neighborhood Policing. Bill was selected to command Santa Ana s Developmental Policing District (DPD) and was responsible for the management of all aspects of policing in the decentralized DPD through the development and implementation of Problem Oriented Policing. He also commanded the Investigation Bureau s, Crimes Against Persons Division where he was responsible for managing the Homicide Section, Gang Unit, Juvenile Section and Sexual Assault Section, integrating a Community Oriented Policing philosophy. Commander Tegeler s work has received national, state and local policing awards. Bill has provided training and consultation on the implementation of Community Oriented Policing to police executives throughout America. He has also conducted several Organizational Assessments of municipal and county law enforcement agencies for the California Commission of Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST).


www.lcsun-news.com

"The public certainly feels comfortable in coming up to police officers to ask for help if they need it," said Bill Tegeler of the Police Executive Research Forum, which executed the study.


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