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City of Cypress seeks contractor to conduct audit of Cypress Police property and evidence department

The City of Cypress is soliciting proposals from qualified and experienced contractors to conduct an audit of policies, practices, internal controls and physical property and evidence at the Cypress Police Department. The primary purpose of this audit is to furnish independent and objective analyses, recommendations, and other information concerning the activities reviewed.

The Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency comprised of uniformed patrol, traffic, jail operations, detectives, administrative services, personnel and training, records, property and evidence, crime prevention, community relations, and emergency services. The Police Department includes 57 sworn positions and 25 full-time equivalent civilian positions.

It is expected that the selected contractor will 1) audit documented policies and procedures and applicable Government and Penal codes to determine if said codes are being adhered to by applicable personnel and 2) audit the physical property and evidence stored and maintained by the Cypress Police Department.

The successful proposing contractor will be expected to enter into a written contract services agreement with the City.

RFP Police Department Property and Evidence Audit details

The primary contact person for this RFP is Jason Machado, Senior Management Analyst City of Cypress, (714) 229-6728, [email protected]

Any requests for clarification or other questions concerning this RFP must be submitted via email [email protected] by 5:00 pm (PST), December 22, 2021, Late questions will not be accepted, questions submitted after this date will not be answered.

Interested firms shall submit an electronic copy no later than Thursday, January 13, 2021 at 5:00 pm (PST). to Jason Machado, Senior Management Analyst, via e-mail at [email protected]. NO LATE SUBMITTALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

This article was released by the City of Cypress.