2019 TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS; LABOR LAWS AND PROTECTED ACTIVITIES - KNOW YOUR LAWS
2018 was a year of many legal changes and challenges. We saw amended laws and changes to legal procedure which directly effect the way we police. We experienced challenge after challenge to how we view protected activities, and saw many victories for both the public and police.
For 2019, we are focusing on training to ensure proper administration of justice and rights in our daily routines. We will be focusing specifically with labor law, protected activities, solicitors, immigration protests, and First Amendment audits. The first step in protecting yourself and your agency in knowledge and proper application of laws.
Instruction will be provided by Lieutenant Shawn Freeman of the Redondo Beach Police Department, Sergeant Ryan Brett of the Corona Police Department, and other guests speakers related to labor and union groups.
This is an opportunity to connect and share information among agencies, and to make vital partnerships in the on-going area of labor issues and legal challenges facing law enforcement.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2018 TRAINING: LABOR LAW UPDATES AND FIRST AMENDMENT AUDITS
Attendees received receive an overview regarding the function of law enforcement when handling labor disputes between organized labor and management. Other labor relations education included a legal update on current trespass/public access laws applicable to any demonstration or picket line situation, including the latest case law on shopping mall access. Laws regarding First Amendment audits were discussed in detail by keynote speaker, Attorney Scott MacLatchie. Finally, an overview of upcoming labor disputes that may have affected your agency.
2018 SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS
The seminar presented students with situations to critically think about responses and solutions to labor disputes, which are often times fraught with legal liability for the officers and their agencies.
The seminar included lecturers representing some of the largest unions in California as well as community organizers. Topics included upcoming labor disputes between unions and their management and law enforcement's relationship with union and management leadership.
Students attending the seminar were presented with strategies to resolve labor disputes/conflicts between property owners and persons engaging in 1st Amendment rights.
Seen to the left: Speaker Shawn Freeman, Lieutenant with Redondo Beach Police Department and labor relations officer for Redondo Beach Police Department since 2007. POST Master Instructor, created curriculum on labor disputes.
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