Fresno, CA - California DOJ/Fresno Regional Office
March 23, 2017
POST Certified Plan IV 8790-22273
As we start into 2017 there have been several changes in laws which will have a major impact on law enforcement, particularly affecting those officers on patrol. Starting in 2016, the California legislature changed the scope of law enforcement's ability to search electronic media devices and service provider records (including Facebook) under the Electronic Communication Privacy Act. The class will start by reviewing the ECPA and the significant changes that have been enacted this past year to make it more user friendly for law enforcement. We will then discuss the new laws under Propositions 47, 63 (limited information), 64 (the new MJ laws) and Prop 57's potential impact on law enforcement, along with discussing the new laws regarding marijuana. We will end by review traditional search and seizure rules and how the law changed and has impacted the ability of law enforcement to use exceptions to the 4th Amendment as well as search warrants.
Instructor: Tia Quick
DDA Tia Quick, San Diego County District Attorney’s Office: Tia Quick has been a DDA for 23 years and is currently assigned to the Law Enforcement Liaison position at SDPD. She was recently transferred from the Major Narcotics Unit where she worked specifically on Informant issues, search warrants, and complex narcotics cases. Prior to that, She worked eight years as the law enforcement liaison at SDPD and has also served in the JUDGE unit, GANG unit and the Superior Court unit during her time as a DDA. For the past thirteen years, the focus of her job has been the reviewing of search warrants, updating officers on the law regarding search and seizure as well as helping maintain a positive relationship be-tween police agencies and the DA’s Office.
Non-Member Price: $45.00Member Price: $35.00
California DOJ/Fresno Regional Office
1735 "E" Street
Fresno, CA 93706