|California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force
2021 Second Quarter Meeting
TO: Task Force Members and Guests FROM: Don Stuhmer, President ___________________________________________________________
When: May 3th to 5th, 2021 (Board meeting to be held on May 3rd at 5pm)
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel
4130 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Ask for group rate for organization.
Price is $90.00/night
Any cancellations on rooms within 5 days of stay will result in being charged for one night.
Reservation deadline is Friday April 9th and subject to availability so book early if you can.
Guests need to call and let reservations know that they are with the California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force. The room block is under “California Rural Crime Prevention Task Force “.
** PLEASE RESERVE YOUR ROOM AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE **
* PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO BRING YOUR $35.00 MEETING FEE WITH YOU *
* PLEASE COMFIRM YOUR AGENCY’S ANNUAL DUES ARE PAID *
|2021 Second Quarter Meeting Agenda
1700-1830hrs., CRCPTF Board Meeting
0800-0815 CRCPTF President Welcome
0815-0900 Member Intro
0900-0930 Member Reports
0930-1000 Committees Reports /CRCPTF Business
1000-1130 “Parajetes” – Karrie Richmond CDFA-Milk & Dairy Food Investigations
1230-1400 Sheep & Goat Production in California: An Overview-Livestock & Natural Resources Advisor, UCCE-Placer-Nevada-Sutter-Yuba – Dan Macon
1400-1530 GPS Training/Equipment – Kelvin Helmick Special Services Group
1530-1700 Paso Robles OIS – Detective Trevor Kings Co Sheriff’s Office
0830-1000 Cargo Theft-Mark Zavala
1000-1130 Michael Payne-UC Davis
1130-1200 CRCPTF wrap up and Adjourn
These classes / schedule are subject to change
2021 Rural Crime School
The Rural Crime School is an annual course hosted by the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office for those who want to develop an expertise in the area of rural crime. Join us this year from September 27 to October 1, 2021.
This is a 40-hour course designed for patrol officers, investigators, crime prevention personnel, and individuals in fields related to ag security to develop an expertise in rural crime in California or other locations. The student will learn skills necessary for effective rural crime prevention, reporting, interdiction, and investigation. The course includes instruction on basic livestock theft investigation, breed and brand recognition, individual case studies, direct action groups, trespass law, the bureau of livestock identification’s role and responsibilities, tools and technology, agricultural cargo/commodity theft, investigation and inspection, heavy equipment theft, agricultural fraud, equipment OAN and PIN number identification, metal theft, animal fighting, agro-terrorism, and hemp production. Lecture-related field exercises and role-playing are included in this course. Related law enforcement professionals are invited to attend. This class is not P.O.S.T. certified and is open to individuals and companies in the private ag security sector in addition to law enforcement. We welcome out-of-state student participation. This course will have a maximum of 40 students.