California cops and the people you protect are under attack by dangerous legislation. But on May 28, we have a chance to stand together and defend ourselves.
The Assembly Public Safety Committee has passed AB 392 — a “use of force” bill subjecting peace officers to criminal prosecution and penalties, including prison, for split-second decisions made during life-and-death criminal encounters.
The bill had strong support from the ACLU and other groups set on making your job more dangerous.
We’ve been fighting this dangerous anti-cop bill and making headway — but we need your help.
Please join us for the first-ever “Peace Officer Day” at the State Capitol on Tuesday, May 28 — when peace officers and their families from around California will stand together, meet with legislators, and discuss how AB 392 threatens your life and the lives of those you protect.
– NO OFFICIAL UNIFORMS SHOULD BE WORN
– Business casual or nice jeans are appropriate attire for all (kids can be kids, of course)
– There will be a limited supply of “Police Proud” t-shirts (dark blue with white print) for our officers, as well as a “supporter” t-shirt version for spouses, children and others