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Monday, December 21, 2015

January San Joaquin Sisters in Crime Meeting

CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? IT'S ALMOST 2016!

For the first meeting on 2016  our speaker is an active duty deputy--Juan Espinoza of the Fresno County Sheriff's Department.

Saturday, January 2, 10 a.m.

Deputy Juan Espinoza of the Fresno County Sheriff's Dept. is an active duty patrol deputy. He and Sunny Frazier became co-workers when he joined Undercover Narcotics. He is also part of the SWAT team. Come to listen to fascinating stories and an insider's look into law enforcement. Bring lots of questions!

Juan Espinoza's Resume:

DEPUTY SHERIFF

Seasoned Investigator and training officer with extensive experience in law enforcement. Highly motivated, energetic law enforcement graduate with strong work ethics and professional goals. Experienced in organizing, directing, and motivating a diverse work force. Analytical with a lot of common sense, intuitive instincts, and the ability to think outside of the box. Community oriented and a strong sense of resolve. Notable success in management of operations focused on lowered crime, heightened security, and overall quality of life across the community. Skillful communicator with excellent interpersonal, oral and written presentation skills. Bi-lingual with an articulate fluency in English and Spanish.
AREAS OF EXCELLENCE
* Narcotics Expert         * Scene Supervision                  * Court Appearance Testimony                               * Problem Resolution     * Investigations Lead                    * Evidence/Fact Gathering                       * Tactical Team              * Agency Collaboration                * Crisis/Emergency Management            * Peer Support Team     * Community Resolution                    * Senior Training Officer                           
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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

DEPUTY SHERIFF, FRESNO COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT, FRESNO, CA
Conducted law enforcement patrols across a 7,000 square mile community to ensure adherence to all laws. Issues citations, written warnings and traffic investigations. Collaborated in law enforced efforts with other and local federal agencies. Made arrests and reports and reviewed reports for corrections. Part of the Special Weapons and Tactics team both entry and scout sniper.
Senior Deputy Sheriff Training officer                                                                            (2009- Present)
  • Train day-to-day operations of a new recruits in the current laws and department policy and procedure.
  • Develop strategic plans, policies, and procedures to ensure efficient operations
  • Establish, develop, and maintain liaisons with public, private, and business organizations to implement community oriented policing objectives and/or resolve problems
  • Review and approve operational plans for special events and crime enforcement projects
 Deputy Sheriff Corporal (IV)                                                                                        (2006-2009)
Deputy Sheriff IV is a specialist area of law enforcement and involves activities such as Field Training Officer, Detectives, Civil, Vice/Narcotics, Administration, Planning and Res

THE MEETING:

EARLY START at 10:00 am

SATURDAY January 2, 2016. – Please come early by 9:45 am so Scene of the Crime
Yosemite Falls Restaurant On Ashlan, West side of 99

Members $15 Visitors $20

**NOTE: We will be served a choice of
RESERVATION PROCEDURE

RSVP by Wednesday before the meeting

If you can, we highly encourage you email your reservation instead of phoning it in, Thanks.

Please EMAIL TO:

reservationsforsisters@outlook.com

Meal Choices:

Chili and foccacia
Chinese Ckicken salad

Sourdough Cheeseburger


NOTE: please put your lunch choice on subject line

Do not log on to the website, simply send email to the above address.

IF YOU CAN NOT EMAIL Please call 559-431-0360
AND LEAVE VOICEMAIL
with your name & choice of lunch.

Dial carefully, there is no greeting announcing SJ SinC.

PLEASE NOTE WHEN YOU ATTEND MEETINGS:
****After paying,
 Sign up for your lunch choice
 Take meal colored card
 Put on the table in front of you.

****If you write a check, make it out to Yosemite Falls Café.

****Also, we ask that members and guests enter the restaurant and banquet room from the front. Only those with a load to bring in come through the back door of the restaurant. We will, of course always welcome the disabled to use that entrance if they need to.
Program


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