Great job Officer Roger Gemoules, community policing at it's best! 👍 We're sure the Cahokia Police Department is p… https://t.co/Qy1oP5sxw1
PORAC supports reauthorizing the 911 Victims Compensation Fund—a program that gives crucial funding to officers and… https://t.co/MCrPpAehUd
Join us for the PORAC LDF 2019 Member Conference! Union leaders and legal professionals from across the nation will… https://t.co/i1pmwfknUR
"AB 392 threatens us with prison for making split-second decisions when lives are at risk. This is dangerous and un… https://t.co/VBC33JzBat
Check Out Senator Anna Caballero latest op-ed in the The Sacramento Bee making the case for better training for law enforcement and SB 230.
Law enforcement officers willingly put their lives on the line to serve and protect. The best way to reduce the number of times that force is used is through standardized training based on science and research.
SB 230: The Use of Force Bill Californians Deserve. Read the op-ed recently published by the Ventura County Star from former CA legislator Jack O'Connell. "SB 230 is the collaborative solution that will lead to tangible results and make positive change happen." #YesOnSB230 #NoOnAB392
We have an opportunity and, more importantly, a responsibility to change our law enforcement use of force policies.
Within 10 seconds of arriving at a store in response to a call, Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Julie Robertson was wounded and her partner was shot and killed by a gunman on probation. #NoOnAB392 #BlueLivesMatter #SupportSB230
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