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 S PR I N G 2 0 14 10 23 25 contents 5 7 9 10 14 16 18 20 23 25 27 28 32 34 Membership Update LEGAL Court Cites to CPCA Amicus Brief in CCW Case LEGISLATIVE SWING Cal Chiefs at the Capitol COVER STORY San Mateo County Chiefs and Sheriff Association, Take A S.T.E.P. in the Right Direction Cal Chiefs Launches Strategic Partner & Corporate Circle Programs Conference Wrap Up Fontana Re-Entry Support Team Reinventing Approach to Realignment Retired Chief Helping to Reduce Campus Violence Police Chiefs Flex their Legislative Muscles at the State Capitol Morgan Hill PD takes the Time to Invest in their City’s Youth Alhambra PD Wins CPCA Technology and Innovation Award Ukiah Police Department Builds Muscles and Camaraderie Learning to Be a Leader with Every Experience Sprint Drive First: Stop the Distractions and Shift Focus to the Road 28 About The California Police Chief 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 PHOTOGRAPHER Cover: Corporal Jason Roberts on the cover, bottom to the top, left to right  Burlingame Police Traffic Sergeant Jay Kiely, Traffic Corporal Brett Murphy; Ed Wood—Burlingame; Dan Desmidt—Belmont; Lisa Macias—Brisbane; Bob Jonsen—Menlo Park; Jon Read—Colma; Lee Violett—East Palo Alto; Mike Massoni—South San Francisco; Dave Parenti—Broadmoor; Jim Tasa—Pacifica; Matt Martell—Foster City; JR Gamez— Redwood City; Manny Martinez—Daly City; John Munsey—Half Moon Bay; Ed Barberini— Millbrae; Neil Telford—San Bruno; Greg Rothaus—San Carlos