The California College and University Police Chiefs Association (CCUPCA) is once again holding its Annual Spring Conference in South Lake Tahoe. The four-day event will take place April 10-13 at the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel.
The event’s featured speaker will be Gordon Graham, who is a 33 year veteran of California law enforcement. His education in risk management and experience as a practicing attorney, coupled with his extensive background in law enforcement, have led him to be recognized as a leading professional speaker with multiple areas of expertise in both the private and public sectors.
In 2002, along with Bruce Praet, Gordon became a founder of Lexipol–a company designed to standardize policy, procedure and training in public safety operations. Today, most of the law enforcement agencies in California are using the Lexipol Knowledge Management System, and nearly half of the states are now using this approach to law enforcement operations. This effort has greatly improved the safety of police personnel while also influencing a dramatic reduction in claims, settlements and verdicts adverse to law enforcement agencies.
This year’s Annual Spring Conference will also feature two days of instruction, a vendor luncheon and a legislative update.
To register, visit CCUPCA.com or email CCUPCA @gmail.com.
For hotel reservations, contact the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel at TahoeResortHotel.com or call (530) 544-5400.
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