Leon Wasilewski

last updated 4/11/2018

Leon Wasilewski

Partner at Guardian Tracking LLC

Location:
5374 West 8th St. Rd, Anderson, Indiana, United States

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Assessor - Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies , Inc.

Lieutenant - Anderson Police Department

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Leon Wasilewski
Lt. Leon Wasilewski (ret), co-owner of Guardian Tracking, retired after thirty years in law enforcement, twenty of which were spent in supervision. Leon's project management skills were utilized on many large scale projects including; managing the initial CALEA accreditation process; implementation of the department's dictation system; managing a radio project for the City of Anderson (that reduced the number of different systems from thirteen to… one); managing the funding and implementation of the department's Mobile Data System; implementing a new law enforcement records and computer-aided dispatching software (a multi-agency project) and finally managing the building of Anderson's new police department complex, a 40,000 square foot facility which opened in August of 2004. After the initial accreditation process Leon became an assessor for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.

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Leon Wasilewski - Guardian Tracking

Leon Wasilewski
(765) 621-6764 leon@guardiantracking.com Lt. Leon Wasilewski (ret), co-owner of Guardian Tracking, retired after thirty years in law enforcement, twenty of which were spent in supervision. Leon's project management skills were utilized on many large scale projects including; managing the initial CALEA accreditation process; implementation of the department's dictation system; managing a radio project for the City of Anderson (that reduced the number of different systems from thirteen to... one); managing the funding and implementation of the department's Mobile Data System; implementing a new law enforcement records and computer-aided dispatching software (a multi-agency project) and finally managing the building of Anderson's new police department complex, a 40,000 square foot facility which opened in August of 2004. After the initial accreditation process Leon became an assessor for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.

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Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) - Guardian Tracking

Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) | Leon Wasilewski | Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.)
Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) | Leon Wasilewski | Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) | Leon Wasilewski | Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) Lieutenant Leon Wasilewski (Ret.) Lt. Wasilewski's thirty-year career in the Anderson (IN) police department covered a wide range of duties, including patrol officer and SWAT team membership. Along with distinguished service and a natural curiosity and dedication came promotions to Investigator, Sergeant, and ultimately Lieutenant. Whether Investigator, Sergeant, or Lieutenant, Wasilewski was on top of procedures, following them and eventually writing them, in his earlier roles as patrol supervisor, traffic supervisor and records supervisor; or later as investigations commander, traffic section commander, accreditation manager, special services commander, and research and planning unit commander. Wasilewski particularly excelled in understanding requirements for accreditation, and in writing directives and procedures to achieve CALEA (Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies) accreditation in 1998 (for which he received the department's Distinguished Service Award) and to steer the department through reaccreditation in 2003. Furthermore, for over ten years, Wasilewski was an assessor for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, where he conducted mock assessments around the state and directed multiple CALEA assessments nationwide. Additional tasks and specialties add to Wasilewski's qualifications. As a hands-on operative, he learned how to dissect and then rebuild a system from the ground up, including managing the implementation of the department's dictation system; managing a radio project for the City of Anderson (that reduced the number of different systems from thirteen to… one); managing the funding and implementation of the department's Mobile Data System; and implementing a new law enforcement records and computer-aided dispatching software (a multi-agency project with the Madison County Sheriff's Department). Money management is crucial, and Wasilewski was called on to work with the Madison County (IN) Sheriff's Department to secure funding, draft an inter-local agreement, and implement a multi-agency communications channel to improve inter-agency communications. He is also responsible for successfully writing and managing over $1,000,000 in grants.

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