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The California Probation, Parole and Correctional Association presents...
89th Annual Training Conference & Vendor Show
Renaissance Newport Beach, Newport Beach, CA
September 6 - 9, 2022
Thank you to all that attended CPPCA's 89th Annual Training Conference & Vendor Show in-person at the Renaissance Newport Beach. It was amazing to see everyone in person, network and hold some fantastic training sessions!
We will be sending out Certificates of Attendance over the course of the next several weeks. If you have questions about your attendance, STC hours received or overall conference questions, please contact Michelle Merrill at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 448-5810.
If you forgot to check into a session, please contact Michelle Merrill
Here was the general format of the conference -
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022
Pre-Conference trainings (8hrs STC)
Avoiding Manipulation from Inmates & Probationers, Serrato (4hrs STC) 8a - 12p
Lunch on own
Secured Youth Treatment Facilities, OYCR (4hrs STC) 1p - 5p
Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022
Exhibit hall, Opening ceremonies (includes VIP welcomes, and keynote speaker), Annual Awards ceremony and after lunch a plenary training session (4hrs STC)
Lunch provided w/ evening reception
Keynote Speaker - Baron Warren, National Speaker talks about "Life"
Plenary Training -
Why Things go Right & Why Things go Wrong/ Ethical Decision Making -
Gordon Graham (4hrs STC) 1p - 5p
Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022
JJDPC / Probation Commissioners Training, presented by BSCC - 8a -12p
Concurrent sessions - 5 different trainings in the morning,
and 5 different trainings to choose from in the afternoon (8hrs STC for the day)
AM Sessions 8a - 12p-
> New Probation Supervision Post Pandemic "Lessons Learned", Darryl Walker,
Alameda County Probation (4hrs STC)
> Mental Health Challenges; Boots on the Ground, Rachel Pluard, MFT, LETS
> Caseload & Time Management for Probation, Armitage Tactical
> Wellness: A Holistic Approach, Ashley Bridges
>Transforming Supervision of Women: The Gender Informed Policies and Practices, CDCR
PM Sessions 1p - 5p-
> Pathways Home Community Supervision Model and Leveraging Technology, Christy Henzi, Alameda County Probation
> Surviving Stress & Tactical Burnout in Law Enforcement, Bill Farr
> Active Assailant Training, Connie Schonert, Orange County Probation
> Procedural Justice - Implicit Bias, Mitch Sigal, LETS
> Parole LEADS (Law Enforcement Automated Data System), CDCR
Friday, Sept. 9, 2022
Plenary training session (4hrs STC)
Inspiring Organizational Change, Lyle Martin, Ret. Chief of Police, Kern County 8a - 12p
Up to 24 hours STC!
Questions about the conference or registration?
Please email Michelle Merrill at email@example.com or by calling (916) 448-5810
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