Investigating Fentanyl Overdoses as 2nd Degree Murders

November 2, 2021   |   Live Webinar



A Collaborative Forum for Exchanging Ideas, Best Practices, and Answering Questions During the COVID-19 Pandemic brought to you by the California Peace Officers’ Association.

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for many industries, and public safety has not been immune. LEads are facilitator-led Zoom conversations designed to allow you to connect with your peers virtually to discuss the changing environment, exchange ideas, and most importantly support the physical and mental well-being of you, as first responders. If you have questions or would like to share practices that have worked well for you and your agency, please join us. Registration is complimentary (100 participants max).

Investigating Fentanyl Overdoses as 2nd Degree Murders
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm PST
November 2, 2021

CPOA’s Region VI is partnering with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office to bring you an overview of fentanyl deaths in Riverside County.

This session will cover:

  • Response training at patrol stations and narcotics units
  • Design and response guidelines
  • Fentanyl advisements
  • Legal theories behind 1st and 2nd Degree Murder/ Watson Advisement
  • Case Study points on what works and what does not

Presenters: 
Jerry Pfohl, Deputy District Attorney, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office
Steve Brosche, Sergeant, Riverside County Sheriff’s Office

Cost: Complimentary

Once registered, your link to register for the zoom meeting will be in your confirmation email. (check your junk/spam folder)

*If you are trying to Register up to 2 hours prior to the start time please contact Montana Lynch at mlynch@cpoa.org and she will get you registered.