SACRAMENTO - On May 6, 2016, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Officers and Directors attended the 17th Annual Public Safety & Community Appreciation Luncheon hosted by Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert.
This year's luncheon focused on "Community Engagement in the Juvenile Justice System."
"As co-sponsors of this event we are supporting District Attorney Schubert and her efforts to improve public safety by reaching out to our kids, at-risk and not at-risk," said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. "She knows that it takes involvement from all aspects of our community and she used today's luncheon to educate, award and inspire."
Schubert moderated a panel of people involved in criminal justice and public safety including Sacramento County Undersheriff Erik Maness, Sacramento County Chief Probation Officer Lee Seale, Retired Presiding Justice of the Third District Court of Appeal Arthur Scotland, Anti-Recidivism Coalition Founder & President Scott Budnick and District Attorney Victim Advocate Ahmanal Dorsey.
Attending the luncheon for CSLEA were: President Alan Barcelona, CFO & CALEE President Ricardo Sanchez, Senior Vice President, Unit C Vice President & CHP-PSDA President Tina Brazil, Unit A Vice President & AMVIC President Kenny Ehrman, Unit B Vice President & CARII President Tom Ineichen, CABCA President Kevin Highbaugh, FMESA President Daren Watkins, COLRE President Bernadette Gonzalez and CSLEA Chief Counsel and General Manager Kasey Clark.