Capitol to Communities: Legislative Impact- Simi Valley
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Simi Valley Police Department
Emergency Operations Center
3901 Alamo Street
Simi Valley, CA 93063
The EOC is accessible from the station lobby.
8:00am – 12:00pm
Course Control Number:
9100-20010-18-004, POST Plan III
How will 2019 legislation impact what you do everyday? Capitol to Communities: Legislative Impact informs you of changes in statutory law enacted in the current California legislative session that will impact law enforcement this coming year. The course also brings you the latest case law impacts on law enforcement. Take home a CPOA Legislative Update book after the class for quick reference of all public safety bills that have become law. Know the law – it’s your job!
This class is open for registration and has available seating.
Registration Fee: $95.00
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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 is staff contact for the association’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.
Ivan Ivri – DOJ
Ivan Ivri is a Deputy Attorney General in the Criminal Division, Appeals, Writs & Trials Section, in Los Angeles. He has expertise in search and seizure and interrogation law.
California Highway Patrol Representative