Central Chapter Training Meeting
Monday April 11, 2022
Training: Make Things Better but Don’t Change Anything [1000-1100] Presented By: Don Jones, Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office We all want our work and/or life to be better. If only the people around us would cooperate and do things better.
Training: Employee Wellness [1100-1200] Presented by: Don Jones, Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Wellness is a buzz word today but what can you really do to help yourself physically and mentally.
Training: RAP Sheet Interpretation [1230-1430] Presented by: Maria Perez-Gonzalo, California DOJ This presentation is designed to give an overview of the California Automated Criminal History System (ACHS) responses received via CLETS. Many in law enforcement view ACHS responses as confusing and hard to understand. This presentation will take some of the mystery away and participants will have a better understanding of what they are looking at when they view RAP sheets in the future.
Date: Monday, April 11, 2022 Registration from 0900-1000, Training starts at 1000
Location: Virtual Training via Microsoft Teams (download the app at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-teams/download-app)
**A LINK WILL BE SENT TO ALL REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS. ONLY THOSE REGISTERED WILL BE ADMITTED TO THE MEETING**
RSVP: Please RSVP no later than April 8, 2022
Questions: Contact Kristyn Ostlund (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Registration: No charge for 2022 members/$25 for non-members
If your agency’s 2022 membership hasn’t been submitted yet, please do so online here. Membership covers your entire agency and entitles all agency employees to discounts at chapter trainings and annual seminar. All agencies registered as 2022 members BEFORE the meetings will be entered in a drawing for a free seminar attendee.
Attend a chapter meeting FREE: If you recruit another agency to join CCUG that hasn’t been a member you can attend a chapter meeting FREE (as long as we’ve received a paid membership from the “new” agency prior to the start of that chapter meeting).
Bring a co-worker: If your agency is a member of CCUG and more than one person from your agency is attending a chapter training meeting, the meeting fee will be $30 for the first person and $25 for each additional person from the same agency (attending the same chapter training meeting).
Mark your calendars!
2022 CCUG Training & Technology Seminar September 13-16, 2022 Palm Springs, CA
2022 CCUG Central Chapter Officers
- Director: Tami Kimbrell, Kern County Sheriff’s Office
- Assistant Director: Tamia Smith, Bakersfield Police Department
- Treasurer: Lolita Pedro, San Jose State University Police Department
- Secretary: Kristyn Ostlund, Alameda County Sheriff’s Office
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