Tag: rppoa

On February 8th, 2018

Crime in California State Parks and the Need for More Rangers State Parks rangers call on management to discuss public safety, emergency response & staffing levels

  SACRAMENTO – California State Parks rangers who serve on the Resource Protection Peace Officers Association (RPPOA) board met on February 7, 2018 in a video conference to discuss major public safety concerns for park visitors and rangers, and the perceived lack of concern by State Parks management. “Park visitors should know that peace officer-rangers […]

On October 19th, 2017

How Safe Are California’s State Parks? State Parks rangers discuss lack of public safety personnel to patrol, respond to emergencies and answer 911 calls

SACRAMENTO – California State Parks rangers who serve on the Resource Protection Peace Officers Association (RPPOA) board met on October 18, 2017 in a video conference to discuss major concerns among California State Parks rangers regarding safety in California’s State Parks, the shortage in the number of park rangers and communications operators, and the lack […]

On September 22nd, 2017

CDFW Wardens Arrest Four for Commercial Sale of Sport Harvest Abalone

SACRAMENTO -  On September 20, 2017, California Department of Fish and Wildlife officers arrested four suspects who allegedly harvested abalone with a recreational fishing license then sold it on the black market for profit. The arrests followed a five-month investigation of the suspects, some of whom have been previously convicted of similar violations.   Arrested were […]

On July 5th, 2017

CDFW Wardens Raid Large Illegal Pot Grow in Jack London State Park

  GLEN ELLEN – When California State Park staff members discovered a large marijuana grow inside Jack London State Park, they notified State Park rangers and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Marijuana Enforcement Team.   After confirming and surveilling the grow site, CDFW wardens raided it on June 14, 2017. Nine wardens and […]

On May 16th, 2017

Assembly Budget Committee 3 Reviews Augmentation in May Revise of State Budget CSLEA stresses shortage of peace officers and chain-of-command issues must be addressed

SACRAMENTO - On May 17, 2017, the Assembly Budget Committee No. 3  Resources and Transportation, chaired by Assembymember Richard Bloom, reviewed the proposed budget allocations as a result of Senate Bill 1 which created a program to fund road maintenance and other transportation and safety projects. The allocation included $1 million to establish a recruitment […]

On April 21st, 2017

Things You Can Learn from a California Park Ranger

SACRAMENTO – At the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA), we love when our members share with us their talents, gifts, and duties as public safety professionals for the State of California. Below is CSLEA Member, Resource Protection Peace Officers Association (RPPOA) Secretary and State Park Ranger John Geno Lucich demonstrating how easy it is […]

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