Capitol to Communities: Legislative Impact – Online Class

March 18 - December 31, 2020   |   Online



Missed our “Capitol to Communities: Legislative Impact” classes last December, or our Law Enforcement Legislative Summit earlier this month? You’re in luck!! Without having to leave your desk, we’re bringing key 2020 legislative issues to you.

 

By clicking HERE, you can purchase a filmed session of our Capitol to Communities class, complete with weblink access to the slides and Legislative Update Digest booklet of 2020 laws at your fingertips.

This online class is $95

This is a 3 hour class which you can pause and replay at your own discretion.

Click HERE to purchase.

Who Should Attend:

Law enforcement supervisors, managers, executive managers and line level.

Shaun Rundle – CPOA Legislative Representative

Shaun has been with CPOA since Fall of 2014. He tracks and analyzes legislation affecting California law enforcement, represents CPOA before the Legislature and provides direct staff support for CPOA’s 12 Regions. With direction from the Board of Directors and Law & Legislation Committee, Shaun conveys the association’s positions on hundreds of bills each year. As Region contact, he coordinates meetings and trainings for the Regions across the state. He comes primarily from a legislative and nonprofit background and earned his B.A. in Government & International Relations from Sacramento State.

Clara M. Levers – Deputy Attorney General

 

Sue Wilson – CHP’s Office of Special Representative