We are working to strengthen and improve your law enforcement rights in California.
The police are taught that if their lives or the lives of innocent others are in imminent jeopardy, they are legally allowed to use the force necessary to stop the threat. The advent of body cameras and our ability to review force encounters confirms that in the vast majority of cases where officers decide to use deadly force, they are justified in doing so.
San Diego County Probation Officers Association (SDCPOA) President Scott Laudner comes from a long line of law enforcement professionals. “My grandfather was a sheriff, my father was a Border Patrol agent and my uncle was a police officer,” he shares, adding that his wife is also a probation officer. So it was only natural for him to put on the badge and uniform and uphold the tradition to protect and serve.