Upcoming Member Benefit Zoom Meeting:
Annual STB Drive:
Last week, State Board Member Sgt. Jeff Welch, PBSP, and Sgt. Craig Sorensen, CIM, along with other CCSO representatives, visited six prisons to solicit annual and regular STB donations. They did a great job and were successful in obtaining 524 annual STB hours as well as a one-time donation of 48 hours. Additionally, they signed up 13 new members. A huge thank you to Jeff, Craig, and everyone else who assisted in this effort. CCSO appreciates your hard work! See below for the dates of our upcoming visits to central and northern institutions.
CCSO Institution Visits:
CCSO representatives may be in your area this month. They will be touring the institution and speaking with members and prospective members. Please contact your Chapter President if you wish to visit with them or have any questions or concerns to discuss. We are scheduled to visit the following institutions:
- November 12, 2021: CCWF & VSP
- November 16, 2021: FSP & SAC
- November 17, 2021: CMF & SOL
- November 30, 2021: COR & KVSP
- December 1, 2021: NKSP & SATF
- December 2, 2021: ASP & WSP
State President Election Results:
Various members received a nomination for the position of State President. Each member declined the nomination except for current State President Art Gonzales. As such, State President Gonzales will continue as State President for the next four-year term, beginning January 2022.
Our fall edition of the Keynotes magazine is currently going to print. Be on the lookout in your mailbox. We are always eager to feature member perspectives. If you have an idea for an article, please write it and submit it, or contact the office for more information.
CCSO Annual Conference:
Mark your calendars – CCSO’s annual conference and 30th anniversary will be held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada from April 6-10, 2022. Our staff are already working hard to make this the best annual conference yet! We cannot wait to celebrate CCSO’s success and hope all Chapter Presidents will plan to attend.