David Frazer – Cal COP Statewide Program Manager, retired as the Police Chief for the City of McFarland, and also as a Police Commander/Battalion Chief with the Rohnert Park Department of Public Safety.
Overview of the Cal COP Program
The California Common Operating Picture for Threat Awareness, commonly called Cal COP, is a cloud-based, data-sharing environment available to public safety agencies within the eight California Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) regions as well as (4) State Agencies. Cal COP leverages local risk management and critical infrastructure assessments—layered with real-time, intentional, technological, and natural hazard threat information—to create a common threat awareness picture.
Inaugural Northern CA APCO Awards Dinner
Please join us for this special night as we honor all dedicated public safety communications, first responders.
The evening will begin a reception starting at 4:30pm and will conclude by 9:00pm
Our annual awards presentation will begin at 5:30pm
Dinner served at 6:15 and will be accompanied by live musical entertainment.
Tickets will be available through CVent and will be $40 per person with a $10 early registration discount and a $10 “couple” discount. No chapter business will be conducted, and this event will focus solely on honoring our local award winners. All are invited to attend and participate and show support for the hard working men and women communication officials of the Northern California Chapter of APCO International.
Register by September 30 for the early registration discount.
The Emerging Technology Forum is a two-day event created to meet the needs of public safety communications professionals who want an overview of technologies that are on the horizon.