LAX Run 2017

Tommy Scott Memorial Half Marathon 5K/10K Saturday, May 13, 2017 The only race you’ll run at LAX! Join the LAXPD and other law enforcement agencies run to raise proceeds for the Tommy Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund. The course will start and finish at the Westchester/LAX Fire Station No. 5, running along the perimeter of the […] Read More »

2017 Southern California Peace Officers Memorial Caravan

2017 Southern California Peace Officers Memorial Caravan Sunday, May 7, 2017 Please join the Santa Monica Police Officers’ Association, with the support of the Santa Monica Police Department, for the 2017 caravan to the California Peace Officers’ Memorial in Sacramento. This annual event is our opportunity to remember our fallen brothers and sisters in law […] Read More »

Registration and Topics Announced

Symposium Registration and Topics Announced – 1/2017 The 2017 Symposium Issues at the Bahia Resort Hotel – San Diego Registration is now open, Click Here to register. *topics subject to change*  Bringing Calm to Chaos: A Police Foundation Review of the San Bernardino Terrorist Attacks Rick Braziel, Retired Sacramento Police Department Chief, DOJ Office of […] Read More »

7th Annual Lip-Sync Show for Northern California Special Olympics

7th Annual Lip-Sync Show Greek Orthodox Community Center April 22, 2017 5:30pm-Midnight The Law Enforcement community and their families are invited to join the Oakland PD for the 7th Annual Lip-Sync Show, to benefit the Northern California Special Olympics!  The show will take place at the Greek Orthodox Community Center in Oakland – Saturday, April 22nd […] Read More »

Federal Legislation – More Executive Orders; Rumored Cuts Worry Law Enforcement

Darryl Nirenberg Partner Eva Rigamonti Associate Cameron O’Brien Legislative Assistant Steptoe & Johnson LLP President’s Preliminary Budget Plan Targets COPS Funding for Elimination While President Trump has yet to announce a complete budget for consideration by Congress, his administration has reportedly identified a number of programs that it suggested could be eliminated to reduce the […] Read More »

Capitol Beat – RIPA in the Real World

Aaron Read and Randy Perry Legislative Advocates Aaron Read & Associates, LLC In October 2015, AB 953, the Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA), authored by Assembly Member Shirley Weber, was signed into law. This dangerous and poorly crafted measure was strongly opposed by PORAC since it was first introduced, but the political dynamic has […] Read More »

The World Is a Dangerous Place to Live

Anne Marie Schubert District Attorney County of Sacramento Mike Ramos District Attorney County of San Bernardino There are nearly 750 people on California’s death row who are evil. One example of evil is death row killer Hung Thanh Mai, who executed CHP Officer Don Burt Jr. in 1996 during a traffic stop. Officer Burt’s father, […] Read More »