During the Chapter Board meetings, the monthly business of the CLEARS Chapter is discussed. This formal setting includes an agenda and covers each of the Board Member's reports. Decisions about Chapter level business are discussed and later announced at the general session. All members are welcome to attend the board meeting when "new business" may need to be addressed.
Immediately following the registration process, the general business announcements are made to the Chapter members. This includes the President's report of state level business, Chapter finances, raffle or charity information, as well as a variety of other reports. Member voting may be requested of the Chapter membership present for business that impacts all members, so you're monthly attendance is encouraged.
Networking among your records management colleagues is another benefit and necessity in today's rapidly changing environment. The friends and colleagues you meet will provide you shared expertise in those tough decisions or challenges you might face on a daily business.
So, come join us this month! A tasty lunch is included as part of the monthly fees.
To associate persons who are actively engaged in the supervision of law enforcement records in an organized body so that the profession in all its branches may be standardized and effectively practiced.
To encourage research for the betterment of records.
To keep its members apprised of the latest techniques of records management.
To effect and maintain liaison with legislation concerned with records keeping and confidentiality.
To achieve professionalism and maintain high standards of performance among supervisors of law enforcement records in the discharge of their responsibilities.
All No-Shows will be charged
We're planning the year in advance! Come back often to see the courses as they develop. Here's what's coming! Each training session is finalized when the flier is posted at least 30 days in advance.
|CALENDAR||PRIMARY TOPIC||SPEAKER||CONTACT HOST|
Assistant City Attorney
Tracey Claverie (310) 412-5218
|06/30/22||Regional Training||TBA||Maria McFarlane
CPR: CALIFORIA POLICE RECORDER... As part of your paid annual membership, each member receives a copy of our electronic magazine. Read about how each chapter is coming along. Issued each quarter of the year... the CPR is a great read!
CPR DEADLINES...For our Chapter Board, our CPR contributions will need to be submitted by the following dates.
For our members, read the existing news four times a year. Check the CLEARS website for submission deadline dates.
CPR REQUIREMENTS :
- 400-500 words
- Heading shall include writers name and chapter
- Include an article title
- Font and size-Arial 10
- Indented paragraphs
- One line between each paragraph
- Justified right margin
- Viewing size-100%