IOLERO News Index
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.
IOLERO's December newsletter features a new "Spotlight" section where we will periodically feature an interview with one of our community partners. Also discussed is the CAC's December meeting which will focus on Protests and Crowd Control.
This mid-month IOLERO newsletter is being sent to you with exciting and important information about job openings at IOLERO and the upcoming Community Advisory Council (CAC) meetings.
The Administrative Support Services Managerwill report to the Assistant County Administrator and will be directlyresponsible for providing services to three different departments: CAO, Officeof Equity, and the Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach(IOLERO).
As you probably know by now, Measure P is poised to pass with approximately two-thirds of the vote. With this victory, Sonoma County voters showed their overwhelming desire for enhanced law enforcement oversight.
The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office has agreed to vastly expand training on implicit bias and crisis intervention, create and adopt an overarching de-escalation policy and launch an investigation into the accuracy of dispatch reports.
Please join us on August 31, 2020 for a conversation about creating a pathway to restorative justice. There have been a lot of meetings and media coverage lately about strengthening law enforcement oversight across our nation.