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28th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Summit
Tuesday, March 3 - Monday, May 4
Collaborate with fellow public safety professionals at the 28th Annual Law Enforcement Legislative Summit, March 3 – 4, 2020 in Sacramento.
Legislative impacts to the law enforcement profession seem to be never ending. The Summit serves as the One Day each year that California public safety’s community speaks with a single and collaborative voice. This program serves as your rare opportunity to join interactive discussions about legislation and policy and work with colleagues statewide on what will be needed in 2020 to address these recent criminal justice reforms.
You may register for the Lobby Action Day, Legislative Summit, or both; the Legislative Reception is included in all options.
REGISTRATION OPENS DECEMBER 12
LOBBY ACTION DAY
Tuesday, March 3
Time: 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Location: State Capitol (pending availability, room TBD)
Cost: $30 ($40 after February 3)
Lobby Action Day provides attendees with first-hand exposure to important public safety advocacy practices that benefit their agencies and the profession. After a quick session on legislative trends and bills to watch, meetings will be set up with legislators from your jurisdiction, giving you the exclusive opportunity to impact key issues of interest.
This event quickly sells out each year, and space will be limited, so register early.
Tuesday, March 3
Time: 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Location: Sheraton Grand Hotel
13th & J Street, Sacramento
Cost: included with Lobby Action Day and/or Legislative Summit registration fees
Join us the evening of March 3rd for our Legislative Reception where you can mingle with legislators and your colleagues, while enjoying a bite to eat.
2020 AND BEYOND
Wednesday, March 4
Time: 8 am – 2 pm
Location: Sheraton Grand Hotel – Gardenia Room
13th & J Street
Cost: $175 ($200 after February 3)
This program serves as your rare opportunity to join interactive discussions about legislation and policy work with colleagues statewide on what will be needed in 2020 to address these recent criminal justice reforms. The planned program includes (but is subject to change):
- “Criminal Justice Reform” conversation with key legislators
- Capitol Insider’s panel of public safety advocates
- “Telling Our Story: Media Relations” presentation