About the Organization

CALRO PROVIDES LABOR DISPUTE & CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE TRAINING

CALRO is a non-profit organization made up of individual law enforcement officers from throughout California, Nevada and Arizona. We provide training regarding the handling of labor disputes in an impartial and professional manner.

The Mission of the California Association of Labor Relations Officers (CALRO)

California law enforcement and professionalism are synonymous. Technological advances have enabled law enforcement agencies to further their objectives toward this professional status.

One area of responsibility, which remains critical and in need of a more sophisticated approach is the role of law enforcement during labor disputes between organized labor and management.

Too often, law enforcement is criticized for over-reacting or failing to take appropriate action during labor disputes. The function of law enforcement varies during labor disputes, and the need exists for a uniformity of purpose, policy and objectives.

The California Association of Labor Relations Officers Inc. (CALRO) is a non-profit organization made up of individual law enforcement officers from throughout California, Arizona and Nevada. CALRO provides training regarding the handling of labor disputes in an impartial and professional manner. CALRO hosts yearly training seminars where current issues regarding labor disputes are discussed, as well as the latest case law in trespassing / public access rights.

The Mission of the California Association of Labor Relations Officers (CALRO)

California law enforcement and professionalism are synonymous. Technological advances have enabled law enforcement agencies to further their objectives toward this professional status.

One area of responsibility, which remains critical and in need of a more sophisticated approach is the role of law enforcement during labor disputes between organized labor and management.

Too often, law enforcement is criticized for over-reacting or failing to take appropriate action during labor disputes. The function of law enforcement varies during labor disputes, and the need exists for a uniformity of purpose, policy and objectives.

The California Association of Labor Relations Officers Inc. (CALRO) is a non-profit organization made up of individual law enforcement officers from throughout California, Arizona and Nevada. CALRO provides training regarding the handling of labor disputes in an impartial and professional manner. CALRO hosts yearly training seminars where current issues regarding labor disputes are discussed, as well as the latest case law in trespassing / public access rights.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

The California Association of Labor Relations Officers (CALRO) Board of Directors is a group of active and retired officers / deputy sheriffs dedicated to serving its membership. The board has a vast wealth of knowledge regarding public access, trespassing and picketing laws as they pertain to organized labor activity. If you need guidance or simply need advice on how to handle a particular labor situation please call a board of director member. Remember, CALRO is here to help you.

Ryan BRETT

President
Sergeant, Corona Police Department

Tony HERNANDEZ

Vice President
Detective (retired), San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department

Margaret BARONE

Secretary
Detective, San Diego Sheriff’s Department

Al KILGORE

Director
Sergeant (retired), Los Angeles Police Department

Robert NEVILLE

Assistant Treasurer
Police Officer, Los Angeles Police Department

Zach BECKUM

Director
Deputy, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department

Shawn FREEMAN

Director
Lieutenant, Redondo Beach Police Department

Stephen KESSLER

Director
Deputy Sheriff, San Bernardion Sheriff’s Department

Melissa MUNGUIA

Director
Police Officer, Los AngelesPolice Department

Alfred CASAS

Director Emeritus
Sergeant (retired), Fullerton Police Department

Chuck LABROW

Director Emeritus
Captain (retired), Los Angeles Police Department

Tony LEATHERMAN

Director Emeritus
Detective (retired), San Diego County Sheriff’s Department

Lloyd DOWNING

Director Emeritus
Lieutenant (retired), Orange County Sheriff’s Department

Kenneth LEW

Director Emeritus
Sergeant (retired), Los Angeles Police Department

Ray SUA

Director Emeritus
Officer (retired), Los Angeles Police Department

Warren WINSTON

Director Emeritus
Sergeant (retired), Los Angeles Police Department