Central Chapter Training Meeting
December 6, 2023
Bakersfield, CA

Training: RAP Sheet Interpretation
Presented by: Marie Perez Gonzalo, California DOJ

This RAP Sheet training is designed to teach attendees how to recognize, understand and decipher information contained in a RAP sheet. This training will review laws, policies, and procedures as they pertain to RAP sheets and criminal offender information (CORI) and highlight both common and less common elements of criminal history records.

Training: Law Enforcement Systems and Resources
Presented by: Josh Goldmark, West Cities Police Communications

This training will include a review of various types of electronic resources that can be leveraged by law enforcement for different types of investigations. These will include web-based private and commercial, law enforcement only databases and CLETS/NCIC queries. There will be an emphasis on information sharing systems and License Plate Reader (LPR) technology available in our region. This class will be facilitated via Microsoft Teams.

Wednesday, December 6, 2023
Check in begins at 0800
Meeting begins at 0830

Bakersfield Police Department, Westside Substation
1301 Buena Vista Rd
Bakersfield, CA 93311
Click here for parking information

Hosted by: Bakersfield Police Department

Lodging suggestions:
Homewood Suites by Hilton, Bakersfield – (661) 664-0400
Hyatt Place, Bakersfield – (661) 885-6300
Home 2 Suites, Bakersfield – (661) 368-2527

RSVP: Please register with the link below no later than December 4, 2023

If you have questions contact Zuzet Bittle at zuzet.bittle@ccug.org

Registration: $35 for 2023 members/$50 for non-members

If your agency’s 2024 membership hasn’t been submitted yet, please do so online here. Membership cost covers your entire agency and entitles all agency employees to discounts at chapter trainings and annual seminar.

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 $35 for the first person and $25 for each additional person from the same agency (attending the same chapter training meeting).

Mark your calendars!

2024 CCUG Training & Technology Seminar
September 10-13, 2024
Rhonert Park, CA

2023 CCUG Central Chapter Officers

  • Director: Tamia Smith, Bakersfield Police Department
  • Assistant Director: Kristyn Ostlund, Alameda County Sheriff’s Office
  • Treasurer: Zuzet Bittle, Kern High School District Police Department
  • Secretary: Lolita Pedro, San Jose State University Police Department

For a printable version of this announcement click here.