California Police Chief- Fall 2013 CPCA_2019_Spring Magazine- FINAL - Page 13

was honored for his leadership as the outgoing Cal Chiefs’ President. Chief Swing led the association through our fight to defeat Assemblymember Weber's Use of Force bill, AB 931 and our success in qualifying our Keeping California Safe Initiative for the 2020 ballot. His continued efforts in directing the work of our Addressing the Narrative Workgroup led to a series of regional training seminars presented on Having a Communication Strategy that Works in Your Community. The association welcomed Chief Ronald Lawrence from the Citrus Heights Police Department as the 54th President. Chief Eric Nuñez from the Los Alamitos Police Department was elected as 1st Vice President, Chief Rob Handy from the Huntington Beach Police Department was elected as 2nd Vice President, and Chief Jennifer Tejada from Emeryville Police Department was elected as 3rd Vice President. We would like to thank our Training Symposium Sponsors: our PREMIER sponsor this year, was the California Massage Therapy Council. Additional sponsors included Adamson Police Products, Atkinson Anderson Loya Ruud & Romo, AXON, EcoATM, FirstNet Built with AT&T, Forensic Logic, Gemalto, JJ Albanese, Inc., Jones & Mayer, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore, Mark 43, Master Precision Machining, Inc., Milpitas POA, Mission City FCU, Motorola Solutions, Mountain View Public Safety Foundation, National Safety Council, National Testing Network, OnStar, Redwood City POA, Santa Clara POA, Spectrum, Sun Ridge Systems, Inc., UPS, and Verizon. In addition, we would also like to thank the CPCA Training Committee for their outstanding job in selecting the training for the Symposium, as well as our gracious host, Chief Mike Sellers and the members of the Santa Clara Police Department. The 2020 Annual Training Symposium will be held on April 19-23, 2020 in Palm Springs. We hope to see you there!  ■ SPRING 2019 | California Police Chief 13