Inspector General Releases 2020 Annual Report

Sacramento County’s Inspector General, Mark Evenson, released the Office of the Inspector General’s (OIG) 2020 annual report on June 2, 2021.  Read more in SACCOUNTY NEWS.

Supervisor Serna encourages the public to read the 35-page report that contain 20 recommendations made by Evenson based on investigation reviews, community feedback, analysis of agency policies and procedures and national best practices.

In December 2019, Evenson was selected to serve as OIG following a nationwide search. He is an experienced police executive with 32 years of law enforcement experience. Of those years, 20 were in middle and senior management levels, and 10 years were as Chief of Police for the City of Brentwood. 
Additionally, Evenson has extensive experience as an Internal Affairs investigator, a commander and has demonstrated leadership success in police accountability, citizen complaint investigations and community/police relations. 

“The Board of Supervisors, the Sheriff, and the Sacramento County Executive Office are committed to supporting this vital public safety function,” said Phil Serna, First District Supervisor. 

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