IOLERO News Index
There are three candidates for Sonoma County Sheriff on the ballot in the June 7, 2022 Statewide primary. On April 4, 2022, the Community Advisory Council (CAC) hosted a forum with candidates Edmonds, Engram, and Tannenbaum. Tune in to learn more about each of the candidates and their positions on issues of concern to the CAC and the community.
ThisNovember edition of IOLERO’s newsletter is dedicated to IOLERO’s 2020-2021Annual Report. As you may have heard, on November 10, Director Navarro wasappointed by Governor Newsom to be a judge of the California Superior Court,County of Sonoma.
This message is toremind you about the Community Advisory Council’s (CAC’s) September 13 meetingwhich will start at 6:00 pm. During this virtualmeeting, the CAC will discuss their plans and goals for the upcoming year.
IOLERO’s July newsletter announces an important change to theSonoma County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) firearms policy based on a recommendationfrom IOLERO’s Community Advisory Council (CAC). This newsletter will alsodiscuss IOLERO’s new email and physical addresses, a congratulatory shout-outto IOLERO’s interns, an update on Measure P, the August CAC meeting, and aSpotlight feature from Mary-Frances Walsh, the Executive Director at NAMISonoma County (National Alliance on Mental Illness).
IOLERO is currently recruiting to fill a Law Enforcement Auditor position at either the I or II level. If you are an experienced, CA licensed attorney please refer to the Law Enforcement Auditor II recruitment that we are currently conducting.
¡Feliz Año Nuevo! I hope you enjoyed the holidays and are looking at 2021 with much hope.In this first IOLERO e-newsletter of 2021 we have a lot of information to share with you including an update on the implementation of Measure P, the hiring of two new attorneys at IOLERO, IOLERO's first independent investigation, new investigations and audits at IOLERO, our second Spotlight feature, and CAC meetings including the different types of meetings the CAC holds, the schedule for upcoming meetings and how to find meeting minutes.
This is a reminder that tonight December 7th, the CAC will be having a discussion about Protests and Crowd Control. We've added a new panelist: Prof. Reyes, the chair of Sonoma State University’s Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies Department where he teaches Police, Courts and Community Relations.