Region V – Homeless Liaison Officer – 4/11/23 – Madera

April 11, 2023   |   Madera, CA

This class has available seating. Please click on the ‘Register Now’ button located above.

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Madera County Sheriff’s Office
2725 Falcon Drive
Madera, CA 93637


NO POST credit given

Registration Fees:
$130 – Members
$150 – Non-Members

The easiest way to register a group of individuals is using our online system. To choose group registration, click the registration link at the top of this page.

Login to our system or create an account. Then, on the registration page, click the second blue button indicating group registration for your agency. On the following screen, click the green button that says “Register an Attendee” and search for attendees you wish to register. Follow the prompts to complete the registration process.

Substitution Policy:

CPOA encourages you to make a substitution if a student cannot attend the course; substitutions will be accepted prior to the course in writing and on-site.

Law Enforcement.

Mike Lozeau, Retired Sergeant – Anaheim PD

Mike served in the California Army National Guard as a Military Police Officer beginning in 1986 until his honorable discharge in 1989. He was sworn in as a police officer for the City of Tustin in July 1988, then joined that Anaheim Police Department in 1990. While serving the Tustin community, he received an award for a large drug bust resulting from a vehicle stop. As a police officer for Anaheim he worked several specialized assignments; K-9, SWAT, Field Training Office, Family Crimes and Sexual Assault Detective Details arresting several sex offenders in our community. He was promoted to sergeant in 2001 and has supervised several specialized assignments; K-9, Under-cover Vice, Burglary and Central District Community Policing Team. He assisted in one of the largest illegal massage parlor operations across the County of Orange which included human trafficking of women.

In 2013, Sgt. Lozeau was instrumental in initiating the newly formed Homeless Outreach Team (HOT) and the Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PERT) where he has assisted with helping over 1,800 get off the streets and into safe housing and another 5,000 suffering from mental illness. Sgt. Lozeau also created the Homeless Liaison Office (HLO) course and is the only instructor for the Peace Officer Standards Training (POST) for the California Peace Officers’ Associations teaching other police officers how to partner with non-profit organizations to help with outreach and use enforcement as a last resort, always focusing on getting people off the streets into housing.