Public Records Act – Chula Vista – November 6-7, 2023
Chula Vista Police Department – Community Room
315 Fourth Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91910
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8:00am – 5:00pm
Course Control Number:
9100-10730-22-001, POST Certified
Learn the statutory and case law requirements in the dissemination of public records to protect your agency. Topics covered include:
• Overview of the California Public Records Act
• Records exempt from public disclosure
• Fees for PRA requests and other processes
• Record retention requirements
• Evidence Code 1043 and Subpoena Duces Tecum (SDT)
• Discovery in Federal Court
Registration Fee: $250.00
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Cancellations made 14 calendar days or more from the first day of your registered course will be refunded in full.
Cancellations made 13 calendar days or less from the first day of your registered course will receive a 50% refund or 100% credit for 12 months to be used towards another course.
Registrants who cannot attend a course are strongly encouraged to find a substitution as there is no charge to substitute one attendee for another.
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.
Who Should Attend:
This class is open to all sworn, non-sworn and legal professionals in law enforcement. This class is required for the POST Record Supervisor Certificate.
Keith Collins joined Jones & Mayer in November of 2012, focusing primarily on issues facing municipalities and law enforcement agencies. Prior to this he served as a law clerk at Jones & Mayer during the summers of 2011 and 2012. Before joining the firm, Mr. Collins worked as a certified law clerk at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Mr. Collins also worked as a Law Clerk at the Whittier Special Education Local Plan Area Office. He has experience in the area of land use, redevelopment, public nuisance, elections, First Amendment, prevailing wages, labor and employment, cannabis, the Brown Act, Public Records Act, criminal prosecution, special education law, litigation, and law enforcement. Mr. Collins’ current duties include providing legal updates to law enforcement personnel, conducting legal research, document review and preparation, pretrial document preparation, analysis of proposed ordinances, resolutions & contracts, and providing support to each of Jones & Mayer’s departments.
Mr. Collins received his Juris Doctorate at Whittier Law School where he graduated in the top 6% of his class. He served as an editor on Whittier Law Review, authored a published article on free speech in public schools, and competed as a member of the moot court honors board. Mr. Collins has a single subject teaching credential and teaches legal classes to employees of law enforcement agencies throughout California.