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California Police Chiefs Kick Off 37th Annual Training Symposium in Monterey

Over 300 police chiefs and law enforcement officials from throughout the state are scheduled to attend CPCA’s 37th Annual Training Symposium February 23-27 at the Portola Plaza Hotel in Monterey which will feature more than 12 training and professional development workshops.

The Symposium kicks off with the Opening Ceremony and Fallen Officer Tribute on Monday February 24th at 8:30 am in the Steinbeck Auditorium in the Monterey Conference Center. The Fallen Officer Tribute remembers and honors the lives of California law enforcement officers who tragically lost their lives in the line of duty in the previous year.  

Monday the 24th also features the President’s luncheon beginning at 12:30 pm at the Portola Plaza Hotel where the recipient of the 2014 James Q. Wilson Award for Excellence in Community Oriented Policing will be announced. 

The Trade show on Tuesday the 25th at the Conference Center will showcase the latest innovations in law enforcement technology and related products and services.

During Recognition Luncheon on Wednesday the 25th at 12:30 pm, Leon Panetta, 23rd Secretary of Defense will speak and the winner of the 2014 CPCA & Motorola Excellence in Technology Innovation Award winner will be announced. Cal Chiefs will install its president for 2014-2015, Citrus Heights Police Chief Christopher W. Boyd that evening at the Banquet beginning at 7:00 pm.

CPCA’s Training Symposium is made possible with the support of our major sponsors who will be acknowledged for their generous contributions: Harris Corp., Sprint, IBM, American Military University, Motorola, TASER International, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore and Verizon Wireless.

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