A Message from the President
The CCUPCA board of directors is saddened to hear of the tragic death of Mark Manlapaz, Parking Officer at Cal Poly Pomona Police Departmental. CCUPCA sends its deepest condolences to the loved ones and friends of the officer, as well as to members of the Cal Poly Pomona police department and campus community. CCUPCA stands firmly in support of the professional and classified civilian staff that work side by side with peace officers everyday. This tragedy reinforces our commitment to the safety of our colleagues and campus communities.
Hampton N. Cantrell
President, CCUPCA 2018-2020
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CCUPCA offers one of the most comprehensive and informed networks of law enforcement leaders in California.
Representing private and public colleges & universities, our Police Chiefs, Directors and Command-level officers of our member-agencies along with our partner organizations offer a wide array of resources.
The California College & University Police Chiefs Association has rapidly become one of the most influential voices in the California legislative process.
As public policy concerning public safety on campuses of higher education evolves and adjusts to a changing society, CCUPCA remains a highly-valued perspective to our State Senate and State Assembly members.Crime prevention, victim’s rights, technologies, and the commitment to creating greater continuity in all law enforcement legislation to make campuses and communities safer are our key priorities.
CCUPCA offers excellent resources for ongoing professional development through a catalog of learning opportunities.
In addition to our Annual Conference and General Assembly that features many of the most skilled and insightful experts in a variety of relevant fields, we also offer our annual Executive Development Update Course, certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST). CCUPCA is also proud to offer a truly unique member-executives program in two forms: Peer Mentoring for newly-appointed Chiefs and Directors, and our Peer Review Panel to provide organizational assessments to assist our newest leaders in these roles to more accurately and fully understand agency assets, skills, needs and appropriate options for achieving desired objectives.
CCUPCA is proud to recognize those individuals, units, teams and agencies who have distinguished themselves in service to their campuses, contributions to the mission of higher education law enforcement, as well as those individual acts of conspicuous courage and bravery.
Hampton Cantrell, President
Loyola Marymount University
Donn Peterson, President
Humboldt State University
Jeff Talbott, Vice President
University of Redlands
Joel Justice, 2nd Vice President
Ventura County Community College District
Treasurer – Vacant
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
The California College and University Police Chiefs Association represents institutions in higher education currently serving more than 3 million students, staff and faculty throughout the State of California. CCUPCA members are police chiefs, directors and command-level officers from nearly 100 public and private colleges and universities in California.
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