Civil Unrest Virtual Debrief
Tuesday, August 11th
9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.
Recent events nationwide have spurred a series of riots
and protests across California. Agencies of all sizes, geographies and resources
have answered the call. Don't miss this opportunity to hear key tips and lessons
learned from agency responses to civil unrest issues of all sizes.
After a brief opening of statewide commonalities, registrants
will then have the opportunity to hear from a series of presentations by geographic
area. Panelists from each area will share key tips, then be open to questions and conversation.
Northern California (Sacramento Valley, Napa Valley and North
Bay Area, Foothills and Greater Shasta Lake)
Sacramento was plagued with a series of protests and marches both downtown and
near and around the Capitol. Near San Francisco, protestors vandalized property
and blocked freeways and bridges. Hear from local leaders who were neck-deep in these response efforts.
Sergeant Anthony Diehm, Sonoma County Sheriff's Department
Assistant Chief Jim Nellis, California Highway Patrol, Golden Gate Division
Lieutenant Orrlando Mayes, Sacramento County Sheriff's Office
Central California (Southern San Joaquin Valley, Central Valley,
Central Coast, East and South Bay Area)
City of Santa Cruz experienced nightly protests (often up to 5,000 people at a
time) which included two vandalizations of the police department. Crowds of nearly
3,500 gathered in Fresno for a series of protests led by young people and community
organizers. Hear the stories of these responses.
Lieutenant Chris Adams, Modesto Police Department
Chief Dan Flippo, Santa Cruz Police Department
James Laughter, Walnut Creek Police Department
Southern California (Southern Coast, Los
Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties, Inland Empire)
Demonstrators marched for miles through Los Angeles, and
lootings were witnessed in Beverly Hills, Long Beach and nearby areas. Hundreds
gathered in Orange and San Diego counties, and San Diego called in the National
Guard. Protesters blocked buses and attacked cars in Rancho Cucamonga in May,
with several arrests for order violations. Listen to accounts of the first responders to these incidents.
Assistant Chief Marc Coopwood, Beverly Hills Police Department
Captain Don Mahoney, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
Commander Don Mauk, Long Beach Police Department
Adam Sharki, San Diego Police Department
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