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From the Leadership
- President’s Message - October 2018
The close of August marked the end of the two-year legislative session in Sacramento. As I’m sure most of you are well aware, this session included an immense amount of public safety-related legislation. It takes a lot of work to review and analyze all of these legislative proposals, including the bills that pass one house and then are gutted and amended to something completely different. As the session wound down, PORAC’s main priorities were opposing AB 931 (Weber), SB 1421 (Skinner) and AB 748 (Ting). The good news is that we were able to get a few months of breathing room when the President Pro Tem of the Senate held AB 931.
- Vice President’s Message - October 2018
After 18 years, more than $60 million and the efforts of thousands of people — both private citizens and cops — the National Law Enforcement Museum is finally set to open its doors. I’m excited to join with other PORAC leaders in a trek to Washington, D.C., to attend the October 13 grand opening event and celebrate this important benchmark in the history of our profession and our association. The PORAC Board of Directors has staunchly supported the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and its project of creating the first-ever museum dedicated to American law enforcement.
- Treasurer’s Message - October 2018
PORAC’s Budget Committee and financial team — Executive Committee Directors Barry Donelan, Randy Beintema, Anthony Sanders and Gary Moore, President Brian Marvel, Vice President Brent Meyer, Finance and Administrative Manager Kim Busman and I — have been busy through this budget cycle. The committee continued to focus on areas of the budget where we felt the organization could be more efficient.