Peace Officer’s Bill of Rights – Fountain Valley
Seats are currently available for this class.
Center at Founders Village
17967 Bushard Street
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
9:00am – 4:00pm
Course Control Number
POST Plan III, Course Control Number 9100-32102-18-001
Whether you are the subject of an IA investigation or conducting the questioning, it is important to fully understand the Peace Officer’s Bill of Rights. Find out what POBR does and doesn’t cover – and when POBR applies.
*This course is now STC certified (Standards & Training for Corrections)
Fees and Registration: $138.00
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.
All cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing. All cancellations are subject to a $15 administrative fee.
There will be no refund for cancellations received 15 days or less prior to the start date of the course. Refunds will not be given for no-shows.
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.
CPOA will not register anyone for a class unless payment has been received in full. If you are not able to provide payment with registration you may provide a credit card to hold the seat. However, all students must be paid in full 10 days prior to the class. If payment is not received and a card has been given to hold the seat, it will be charged.
Who Should Attend:
All law enforcement
Prior to joining the Law Office of Jones and Mayer, Mr. Coble was a partner at Mayer & Coble, a firm specializing in City Prosecutor services and in providing counsel to police and sheriff’s offices. With a background as deputy city attorney for the Santa Ana Police Department and with 21 years at the Los Angeles Police Department, Mr. Coble brings a focus on labor, employment and tort defense to the civil practice of Jones & Mayer.
In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and his Juris Doctor with an emphasis in labor and employment, Mr. Coble holds a Master of Science degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in public personnel administration.
As a captain in the LAPD, Coble served as the Employee Relations Administrator and acted as management representative to 17 collective bargaining units representing over 10,000 employees. Mr. Coble acted as an advisor to the Chief of Police and senior city management in his capacity as a Santa Ana deputy city attorney.
He has written numerous articles for publications such as The Journal of California Law Enforcement and California Peace Officer Magazine. Those include “To Ride or Not to Ride,” and “Performance Reviews – Avoiding the Halo Effect.” He is a frequent and sought-after lecturer and trainer on issues of police standard of conduct, civil rights liability, discipline, and performance review. He has drafted and published several policy and procedure manuals.
Mr. Coble holds admissions to the Courts of California, the Federal District Courts for the Central and Eastern Districts of California, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. He holds professional affiliations with several organizations including The International Association of Chiefs of Police, the California State Sheriff’s Association and the California Peace Officers’ Association. He is counsel to the Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit Foundation, and served multiple terms as a member of the Sexual Misconduct Oversight Review Board for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange.
Mr. Coble serves out of our Roseville, California office.