California Police Chief- Fall 2013 - Page 3

CALIFORNIA POLICE CHIEF Serving as the voice of and resource of choice for California’s municipal Police Chiefs About The California Police Chief FALL 2 0 13 12 5 18 25 contents 5 7 9 11 12 14 16 18 21 23 25 27 29 Membership Update Redwood PD Launches Effort to Better Understand City’s Youth LEGAL Courts Listen to CPCA LEGISLATIVE SWING Cal Chiefs at the Capitol COVER STORY The H.E.A.R.T. of Santa Ana PD Cal Chiefs Launches Strategic Partner & Corporate Circle Programs iCops: The integration of law enforcement and the Internet Women Leaders inspires attendees to lead at every level Cal Chiefs announces exciting new and refreshed training INDIO – Chief for a Day Unifying First Responders with Unique Push-to-Talk Application Video is Only the Beginning; Real-Time Crime Centers Offer Next Step in Proactive Policing The biannual California Police Chief is the only magazine that reaches all of California’s municipal chiefs of police with information regarding our members and their agencies. The magazine is designed to inform and inspire our members with articles about their personal and professional successes as well as offer updates and information about the association. The California Police Chief is part of our mission of serving as the voice of and resource of choice for California’s municipal Police Chiefs. We appreciate and encourage our members and their agencies to submit articles to be used in future issues of California Police Chief, submissions can be sent to Sara Dwyer at sdwyer@ EDITOR Sara Dwyer Communications and Marketing Coordinator California Police Chiefs Association 916-325-9006 EDITOR/ADVERTISING MANAGER Leslie McGill Executive Director California Police Chiefs Association 916-325-9004 LAYOUT & DESIGN Commerce Printing Services Kellie Melby PHOTOGRAPHERS Cover: Andrew Zelinko (Irvine PD) Contributing Photographer John Norikane (Mountain View PD) United as a Community, United 4 Safety on the cover - left to right? Officer Maria Orozco, Chief Carlos Rojas and Officer Alejandro Partida. Officers Orozco and Partida both work the HEART program. Photo by Andrew Zelinko. FALL 2013 | California Police Chief 3