Training Opportunities

The CCUPCA Training Resource Board looks forward to alerting you of new training outlets and resources to advance your organization.  The following training opportunities include registration and contact information as provided by their presenters.

The Return to Campus – Webinar

July 1st, 3:30pm PT

As university leaders plan for the “Return to Campus”, they’re searching for best practices that can help demonstrate their commitment to the health, safety and security of the university community while supporting a speedy return. Given the safety of the university community is paramount to each university reopening as well as its financial viability, Public Safety and Campus Police teams across California are now in the spotlight and in a unique position to play a vital and essential role. Designed for Campus Police, Public Safety and Emergency Management leaders, this interactive webinar will explore:

  • Best practices being adopted to reopen campus safely in the Fall
  • How to align campus safety and security initiatives with university leadership priorities
  • The quest for solutions that address multiple stakeholders’ needs and can be implemented in days vs. months

Panel leaders include: Laura Wilson, Chief of Police, Stanford University; James E Watson, Chief of Police, CSU Fresno Police Department; John Thomas, Chief of the Department of Public Safety, USC; and Joseph Ramos, Chief of Police, San Diego Community College District.

Register for this exclusive webinar here.


Online Training Services

Online TrainingCCUPCA is pleased to inform you of significant online offerings by its public safety and law enforcement partners at the regional, state and federal levels.  We invite you to visit here frequently for low- or no-cost online programming as well as featured webinars and online courses in the areas of Executive Development, Public Policy, and Leadership, among others.

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Research Resource Features

CCUPCA Seminar-3CCUPCA also seeks to provide key information resources for our guests and members.  We encourage our visitors to utilize these resources, including downloading of any posted materials here.  Additionally, we welcome submissions consistent with our organization’s mission and commitment to inform.

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