OTHER WORDS FROM decertifyde·cer·ti·fi·ca·tion [dee-sur-tuh-fuh-key-shuhn, dee-ser-tif-uh-], /diˌsɜr tə fəˈkeɪ ʃən, ˌdi sərˌtɪf ə-/, noun
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Since then, another state has passed a law decertifying officers, making California only one of four.‘He’s Unhinged’: Why Dems Mobilized So Quickly to Endorse a Candidate for Sheriff|Sara Libby|August 6, 2021|Voice of San Diego
The most notable failure was a bill that would have created a process to decertify police officers.What’s Changed – and What Hasn’t – for Policing in San Diego|Sara Libby and Jesse Marx|July 22, 2021|Voice of San Diego
California is one of only a handful of states that doesn’t automatically decertify officers in certain cases.
It would create a number of standards that would disqualify someone from being a police officer in California, such as being kicked out of the military in certain circumstances, and create a process for decertifying officers.
No states were interested in “decertifying” their results because there was no evidence that their certified tallies had included any significant number of fraudulent votes.