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Documents

Chapter Constitution & By-Laws (PDF)

Chapter Policy & Procedures (PDF)

APCO Intl: Bylaws, Strategic Plan, and StyleGuide

APCO Policy Manual: PDF (amended May 2, 2015)

Subsidiaries: AFC, Institute, PSFA, Heritage Foundation  

Region 5, 700 MHz Plan, Frequency List
Region 5, 800 MHz Plan (11/87), Plan (5/17), Frequency List

FCC Part 90 Rules: APCO Link (PDF 277 pages)

Robert's Rules of Order (Intro.) (PDF format)

CA Strategic Plan for Public Safety Communications:
  Functional & Operational Considerations (3/19/00) (Word)

CPRA Origin Story
APCO CPRA Chapter Charter
CPRA Meeting and Membership Information

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Executive Committee    (Group Photo)

President (duties) President-Elect (duties) Vice-President (duties) Secretary (duties)
Scott Espindola
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Dept.
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
president@cpra.org
Doug Roberts
County of San Bernardino
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
presidentelect@cpra.org
Steve Miller
County of Orange
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
vicepresident@cpra.org
Katie Hardin
San Bernardino County Sheriff's Dept.

P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
secretary@cpra.org
Treasurer (duties) Sergeant-At-Arms (duties) Executive Council Delegate (duties) Chapter Commercial Advisory Member (CCAM) (duties)
John Wright
City of Riverside (ret.)
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
treasurer@cpra.org
Jeff Loveland
Riverside Fire Department
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
sergeantatarms@cpra.org
Jim Acosta
Downey Fire Department
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
execcouncil@cpra.org
Larry Weber, MBA, CPMR
The Sales Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Office: (818) 222-0880
Mobile: (818) 512-1888
commercial@cpra.org
Vice-Chapter Commercial Advisory Member (CCAM) (duties) Director 1 (duties) Director 2 (duties) Director 3 (duties)
Ron Lyons
Lyons Communications
P.O. Box 39100
Downey, CA 90239
Phone/Fax: (619) 855-7041
commercial2@cpra.org
Dale Digiambattista
Riverside County Sheriff's Dept.
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
director1@cpra.org
Ron Wong
County of Los Angeles (ret)
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
director2@cpra.org
Donald Miller
City of Long Beach (ret.)
Phone/Fax: (213) 291-9411
director3@cpra.org

CPRA Office Voice Message/FAX: (213) 291-9411

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Standing Committees

View the list of 17 standing committees and their member's contact information HERE.

Visit the APCO International site for links to your local public officials, Congress, etc.

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Projects

APCO 800 Rebanding
Got questions about Wave 4 rebanding? Bookmark APCO's rebanding news page today.  The page contains FCC documents, resources, TA Schedules, etc.
Related FCC Public Notices DA-06-2618A1  DA-06-2555  DA-06-2605A1  DA-07-27A1 for Region 5.
County of Orange's 800 MHz Rebanding Newsletter, Jan 2009
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 8/21/09
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 9/17/09
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 10/15/09
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 11/19/09
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 12/10/09
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 1/19/10
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 3/1/10
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 6/17/10
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 3/17/11
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA/OCFA Meeting 6/16/11
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA Briefing Notes 1/19/12
 - 800 Rebanding Notes, CPRA Briefing Notes 9/13/12

For more information email 800rebanding@cpra.org

Special 800 Mhz Bulletin - Sprint Nextel CDMA Testing in LA Area

800 Mhz Transition Authority
 - Subscriber Equipment Deployment (webinar presentation) April 11, 2007
 - 3rd Quarter 2010 Progress Report, dated Dec 23, 2010

New 800 MHz MO&O:
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-07-167A1.doc
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_ch/FCC-07-167A1.pdf

New 800 MHz Public Notice:
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-07-168A1.doc
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-07-168A1.pdf

Approved 800 MHz Region 5 Amendment: (DA No.08-944)(Dkt No 89-97)
http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/DA-08-944A1.pdf

 

Region 5 (Southern California) 700 MHz Public Safety Planning Committee
http://www.fcc.gov/pshs/spectrum/700mhz/regions/region5.html
Region 5 - 700 MHz Allocation Plan (PDF)(Updated)
Region 5 - 700 Mhz Appendix A (docx)
Region 5 - 700 Mhz Application Filing and Attachment Check List (docx)
Using TSB-88 (PPT, 127 KB)
FCC Public Notice - Region 5 (Southern California) 700 MHz Regional Plan Amendment Passed (PDF)


Region 5 - 700 MHz Allocation Plan final to FCC 6-20-2011 approved 10-24-2011 (XLS)

Public Safety Radio Strategic Planning Committee (PSRSPC)
psrspc.ca.gov

California Statewide Interoperability Executive Committee (CALSIEC)
CalSiec Website

Long Term Evolution (LTE)
Basic Technology Primer

Sprint 800MHz RPC Notification 100512

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Forms & Logos

FCC 601 Form & Attachments  (Click Here)

APCO Application Status Review (Click Here)

APCO Fee Schedule (Click Here)

APCO Engineering Services (Click Here)

CPRA Travel and Expense Request (Word or PDF)

CPRA Expense Statement Form (Excel)

CPRA Officer Installation Script (PDF)

CPRA W9 Form (PDF) or CPRA Std 204 (PDF)

Image File Image Description & Notes
CPRA Logo (c) CPRA Logo (c) Special chapter logo with "shadow".  Typically used only for website.  Wave colors are not true to original logo. On MouseOver the logo must display the text "CPRA Logo (c)".  GIF and JPG versions.
(L to R) Color corrected chapter logo (JPG). Alternate black & white version (JPG), typically used for printed promotional materials. 

Vectorized EPS file also available. Correct logo color chart.
SoCal APCO-CPRA Logo Alternate chapter logo integrated with APCO logo. 

Vectorized EPS file also available.
Special anniversary edition of chapter logo and promo image. Typically used for website.
APCO Logo (TM)  New APCO full logo.  On MouseOver the logo must display the text "APCO Logo (TM)".  PNG version.

Vectorized EPS file also available.
  New APCO logo shield.  On MouseOver the logo must display the text "APCO Logo (TM)".  PNG version. 
Older, plain APCO Western Region Logo
WRC Logo Newer, APCO Western Region Logo with states.
 Special QR code for printed promotional materials.  Links to www.cpra.org.

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Lists

E-mail Distribution Lists

All former YahooGroups email lists have been discontinued.

Peer-to-Peer Collaboration

exec@cpra.org - Email messages can be sent and received by all members of the list. Membership to this list is by invitation only. Email via this list can only be sent from a email address subcribed onto the list.  If you are a member and wish to opt out, please contact the webmaster@cpra.org.

banquet@cpra.org - Email messages can be sent and received by all members of the list. Membership to this list is by invitation only.  Email via this list can only be sent from a email address subcribed onto the list.  If you are a member and wish to opt out, please contact the webmaster@cpra.org.

2013apcoconf@cpra.org - Email messages can be sent and received by all members of the list. Membership to this list is by invitation only.  Email via this list can only be sent from a email address subcribed onto the list.  If you are a member and wish to opt out, please contact the webmaster@cpra.org.

One-to-Many Distribution

member@cpra.org - Email messages can be initiated and sent only by the chapter President (or designee) and to only the members of the list. The list shall include those members who appear in the APCO chapter membership roster. To opt out of the list, please complete the special opt-out form.  Submit membership questions to vicepresident@cpra.org.  (User Instructions and FAQ)

commercial_members@cpra.org - Email messages can be initiated and sent only by the list's moderator (or designee) and to only the members of the list. Membership is open to any APCO or CPRA commercial member. The moderator reserves the right to purge those that do not qualify. To add yourself to or opt out of the list, please complete the special subscription form.  The list's moderator is commercial@cpra.org.

spectrum@cpra.org - Email messages can be initiated and sent only by the list's moderator (or designee) and to only the members of the list. Membership in this list is by invitation only. If you are a member and wish to opt out, please complete the special opt-out form.  The list's moderator is freqadvisor@cpra.org

Disclaimer: CPRA does not own or maintain the email list service, hardware or software used to facilitate the email lists. The email list service is a standard feature provided by CPRA's web hosting service provider. Performance of the email list service is not guaranteed by CPRA or the hosting service provider. Other usage terms and conditions can be found at Legal.

Obtain a CPRA Member Directory

Note: This feature is not currently available.  Please refer to the APCO member directory.

Obtain a CPRA Frequency Listing

Note: This feature is not currently available.  Please contact the CPRA Frequency Advisor at freqadvisor@cpra.org.

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Historical Archives (see also Telecommunicator Awards Page and Membership Recognition Page)

1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945
California - "Here We Come"
APCO Bulletin - Welcomes CPRA Chapter
1946
Sheriff's Annual Convention
Joint North/South CA Meeting
North/South Chapter Officer Photo
1947 1948
APCO name change?
1949
1950
Petition for Rules Change
Incorporation Plan
Adjacent Channel Standards
Phonetic Code Change?
Joint North/South CA Meeting
New CW Station Planned
New Constitution Read

>>Articles of Incorporation
1951
Jan 9 Regular Meeting
April 20 Regular Meeting
Jun 22 Regular Meeting
Oct 19 Regular Meeting
Nov 23 Regular Meeting
1952
Apr 25 Regular Meeting
May 23 Regular Meeting
Sep 26 Regular Meeting (CPRA name change)
1953
Dec 19 Regular Meeting
May 1-2 Joint Meeting
May 29 Regular Meeting
1954
APCO Bulletin Cover
1955
Jan ?? Regular Meeting
Apr 22 Regular Meeting
Jun 24 Regular Meeting
1956
Grid Leak Drippings (partial)
Jan 20 Regular Meeting
March 16 Regular Meetings
May 18 Regular Meetings
Jun 15 Regular Meetings
July 13 Regular Meetings
Oct 19 Civil Defense Joint Meeting
1957
Jan 18 Regular Meeting
Feb 15 Regular Meeting
APCO Bulletin Oct cover photo caption
1958 1959
1960
Apr 22 Regular Meeting
Nov 18 Regular Meeting
1961
Nov ?? Regular Meeting
1962
Jun 8 Regular Meeting
Sep 14 Regular Meeting
FCC Mobile Relay Petition
1963
FCC Commission visits OC Comm
1964 1965
Nov 13 Regular Meeting
Communications Beat
Jun 18 Regular Meeting
CA Test Sharing Plan
1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974
Sep 20 Regular Meeting
Sep APCO San Diego National Conference Article
1975
Jun 20 Regular Meeting
1976
Nov 21 Regular Meeting
Dec 12 Regular Meeting
EMS Committee Changes
Jul 16 Regular Meeting
1977
Feb 18 Joint Meeting w/ AZ
1978 1979
Big Deal!
1980
Gary Gray - Thank You Letter and Committee Appointment
1981 1982 1983 1984
Man of the Year - Orville Amburgey
APCO Bulletin - CPRA Becomes 13th APCO Chapter
1985 1986 1987 1988
Dispatcher Seminar Ad
1989
1990
Dispatcher Seminar Ad
1991 1992
APCO Building Fund Donation
Dispatch Awards Banquet Winners
1993 1994
National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week
Dispatch Awards Banquet Winners
Past President Photo
1995
Passing - Anthony Gain
1996
Silent Key - Almer Keith
1997 1998 1999
29th Annual APCO WSRC
2000
CPRA Celebrates 65 Years
2001 2002
Meeting Minutes
2003
Meeting Minutes
2004
Meeting Minutes
Charles Taylor - APCO Life Member
2005
Meeting Minutes
2006
Meeting Minutes
2007
Meeting Minutes
2008
Meeting Minutes
2009
Meeting Minutes
CommLinks
2010
Meeting Minutes
CommLinks
75th Anniversary Letter
Executive Committee Photo
2011
Meeting Minutes
CommLinks
Technical Award Photo Album
Passing - Art McDole Obituary & Video
WRC Photo Album
2012
Meeting Minutes
Silent Key -
Jack Daniel
Meeting Photos
Memorial Photos
Jack's Page
2013
Meeting Minutes
2014
Meeting Minutes
2015
Meeting Minutes
2016
Meeting Minutes
2017
Meeting Minutes
2018
Meeting Minutes
2019
Meeting Minutes

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Presentation Archives - Link

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How to Host a Meeting

Interested in hosting a monthly chapter meeting?  It's easier than you think. Chapter Meeting Guidelines and Host's Checklist

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How to Moderate a Discussion Panel

Occasionally, chapter meetings will include a discussion panel.  A standard moderator's guideline has been prepared for use during all panel discussions.  Please direct any comments or questions to regulatory@cpra.org.  Moderator's Guide (PDF)

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Meeting Minutes - General Membership Meetings

August 2002
September 2002
October 2002
November 2002
December 2002

January 2003
February 2003
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January 2008
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January 2009
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January 2010
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January 2011
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January 2013
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January 2014
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November 2014
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January 2015
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January 2016
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January 2017
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January 2018
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January 2019
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January 2020
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October 2020
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January 2021
February 2021
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April 2021
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August 2021
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October 2021
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CommLink Archive

January 2009
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January 2013
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January 2014
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Officer Duties (brief summary)

President - The President shall preside at all meetings and appoint members to Standing and Special Committees.  The President shall ensure that the activities of the Chapter are in accordance with the CPRA by-laws and further the Chapter's purpose.

President-Elect - The President-Elect shall serve as President in the President's absence.  The President-Elect shall chair the Program Committee, which is responsible for coordinating the monthly General Membership Meeting. The President-Elect shall screen Chapter memberships and assist in the selection/pre-selection of committee chairs.

Vice-President - The Vice-President shall serve as President-Elect in the President-Elect's absence.  The Vice-President shall work with the Secretary to maintain the membership roster and assist the President in membership related matters.

Secretary - The Secretary shall maintain meeting records, facilitate official correspondence, submit an annual report of activities, and publish the CommLink.

Treasurer - The Treasurer shall manage chapter funds and accounts, submit regular financial reports, and participate in processing membership applications.

Sergeant-At-Arms - The Sergeant-At-Arms shall assist in maintaining order at meetings, and collecting fees and meal tickets.

Executive Council Delegate - The Executive Council Delegate shall serve as the chapter's delegate to the APCO Executive Council in order to maintain an effective relationship between the Chapter and APCO.

Commercial Advisory Member - The Commercial Advisory Member shall assist all other Executive Committee members in promoting commercial member involvement and sponsorship solicitation activities.

Chapter Member-at-Large - The Member-at-Large shall be responsible for performing duties that promote and foster a positive image within the Chapter and among other public safety-orientated organizations, service groups, and our Commercial members.

Director(s) - The three Directors shall be comprised of the last three elected and eligible Presidents.  The Directors provide continuity for the incoming President and oversee any chapter elections.

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Standing Committees (brief description)

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The Chapter President shall be the Chair of this Committee, and the membership shall consist of all elected officers and the Chair of the Commercial Committee, plus the three most recent Past Presidents (Directors) who are willing and able to serve.

FREQUENCY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
This Committee shall have as its Chair and Co-Chair the Chapter Local Frequency Advisors. The Chair and Co-Chair shall have powers broad enough to make decisions independently on Frequency Coordination matters that are too urgent to wait for the next regular Chapter meeting. All non-COMMERCIAL members of this Chapter are automatically members of the Frequency Advisory Committee.

MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE
The Vice-President shall serve as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall explore the field for new APCO memberships by devising methods, plans, projects, and items of interest.

AUDIT COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter, other than the Treasurer, as Chair of this Committee. The Audit Committee shall audit the financial records of the Treasurer, and send a report to the Executive Committee summarizing its findings.

REGULATORY REVIEW COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter as Chair of this Committee. It shall be the duty of this Committee to monitor FCC Docket items and other Federal and State Legislative and regulatory items that have an impact on this Chapter and on Public Safety communications in general, and report such items to the members at regular Chapter meetings.

RESOLUTIONS AND BY-LAWS COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall, in accordance with the requirements of Constitution Article V and By-Laws Article VI, assist in matters concerned with amending the Constitution and/or By-Laws when such amendments are necessary.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall institute and maintain research and study and make recommendations in areas concerned with emergency medical communications services, with particular emphasis being placed on the relationship of total Public Safety communications needs with those of emergency medical communications needs.

ENGINEERING AND RESEARCH COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall function as the technical operating standards steering group and maintain liaison with other Committees and with manufacturers for the purpose of providing technical aid to improve the art in the fields of installation, maintenance, design, operating, procurement, and allied matters.

NOMINATING COMMITTEE
This Committee shall have as its Chair the immediate Past President if available to serve, and, if possible, shall include two additional Past Presidents as members. The total number of members shall be at the discretion of the President.

COMMERCIAL COMMITTEE
All COMMERCIAL members of this Chapter shall automatically be members of the Commercial Committee. The Chair of this Committee shall be elected by the Committee and shall be a COMMERCIAL member of this Chapter. The Chair shall schedule Committee meetings as often as the Committee deems necessary, and at times and places convenient to the members.

OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall propose ways of increasing the professional image of Public Safety operations, and of stimulating the professional growth of operational personnel. It shall encourage operational representatives to attend CPRA meetings and to get involved with CPRA and its activities and issues.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
The President-Elect shall serve as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall have the authority and responsibility to arrange Chapter meetings and meeting presentations in accordance with the Chapter Policy and Procedure Manual. This shall include, with the assistance of others, obtaining hosts, sponsors, and presenters.

PROFESSIONAL LIAISON AND MEMBER SERVICES COMMITTEE
This Committee shall have as its Chair the immediate Past President if available to serve, or a non-commercial member in good standing appointed by the President. This Committee's functions are those activities required outside of the normal tasks of other Standing Committees of the Chapter.

HISTORICAL COMMITTEE
The President shall appoint an ACTIVE member of this Chapter as Chair of this Committee. This Committee shall seek out and serve as a gathering point and clearing house for documents, photographs, equipment, memorabilia, and other items which have a significant historical value to CPRA and its affiliation with APCO-International.

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Chapter Presidents

1940 - (prior to APCO affiliation)
1941 - (prior to APCO affiliation)
1942 - (prior to APCO affiliation)
1943 - (prior to APCO affiliation)
1944 - (prior to APCO affiliation)
1945 - Walter E. Whiteman, Orange County Sheriff
1946 - Undocumented
1947 - Wm. E. Whiting, Kern County Sheriff (1949-1950)
1948 - Glen Lewis, City of San Diego
1949 - Undocumented
1990 - Lynn Diebold, California Highway Patrol
1991 - J.T.”Jack” Keating, City of West Covina (1998-1999)
1992 - Donald E. Root, Jr., State of California
1993 - Joe Parrino, City of Montebello
1994 - Spencer Leafdale, Los Angeles Police Department
1995 - Travis A. Williams, Anaheim Police Department; John W. Wright, Riverside Police Department
1996 - John W. Wright, Riverside Police Department (2014-2015)
1997 - Ralph E. Blount, Torrance Police Department
1998 - Jim Acosta, Downey Fire Department
1999 - Brian E. Hawkins, City of Long Beach
1950 - Lt. Hershel B. Calvert, Pasadena Police Department
1951 - Wm. H. McKinley, City of San Diego
1952 - Undocumented
1953 - Undocumented
1954 - Bob Miller, Los Angeles County Sheriff
1955 - Harvey O. Platt, County of Riverside (1962-1963)
1956 - Foster Strong, Long Beach Police Department
1957 - Undocumented
1958 - Eddie Simon, City of San Diego
1959 - Max Elliott, County of Orange
2000 – Annette Allen, Ventura Police/Fire Communications
2001 – Ernest Gallo, City of Torrance
2002 – David G. Buchanan, County of San Bernardino
2003 – Richard Granado, County of Los Angeles
2004 – John M. Sarkissian, County of Riverside
2005 – Charles L. Taylor, County of Venture (retired)
2006 – Ronald Wong, County of Los Angeles
2007 – Anna L. Holmes, San Diego County Sheriff
2008 – Robert S. (Bob) Uribe, City of Long Beach
2009 – Kenneth W. Mann, City of Los Angeles
1960 – Undocumented
1961 – Lt. Hershel B. Calvert, Pasadena Police Department
1962 – Leslie M. Walker, County of Los Angeles
1963 – A.H. “Al” Keith, City of San Diego
1964 – Robert Brooking, City of Burbank
1965 – Donald A. Griffen, City of Pomona
1966 – Anthony J. (Tony) Gain, City of Los Angeles
1967 – R.I. “Cuba” Morris, County of Orange
1968 – Eddie Simon, City of San Diego
1969 – Raymond H. Baird, City of Glendale
2010 – Gary M. Poon, County of Los Angeles
2011 – Kenneth L. Shearen Jr., South Bay Regional Public Comm. Authority
2012 - Adriana M. Spirescu, County of Orange
2013 - Timothy H. Trager, County of San Bernardino
2014 - Richard Granado, County of Los Angeles (ret)
2015 - Don Miller, City of Long Beach (ret)
2016 - Ron Wong, County of Los Angeles (ret)
2017 -
2018 -
2019 -
1970 – Capt. L.E. Joslin, San Diego Police Department
1971 – William J. Vanettes, City of West Covina
1972 – Robert Gordon, City of Bakersfield
1973 – Bernard J. (Jerry) Campbell - County of San Bernardino (1977-1978)
1974 – Donald A. Griffin, City of Pomona
1975 – Rober R. Hively, County of San Diego
1976 – David M. Crockett, City of Costa Mesa
1977 – Donald W. Poorman, County of Orange
1978 – James A. Delameter, County of Ventura
1979 – Brownie B. Spanovich, City of Pasadena
 
1980 - Gary David Gray, County of Orange
1981 - Orville Amburgey, City of Costa Mesa
1982 – Richard L. (Dick) Miller, County of Los Angeles / County of Riverside / City of Los Angeles (1985-1986)
1983 – R.J. (Dick) Elliot – San Bernardino County Sheriff; Richard Monroe, City of San Bernardino; Bill Williams, City of Pasadena
1984 – Gary David Gray, County of Orange (1988-1989)
1985 – Stanly E. Harter, State of California
1986 – Paul W. Salter, City of San Diego
1987 – Garrett G. Mayer, County of Los Angeles
1988 – Joe L. Dehorty, County of Ventura
1989 – Bill Williams, City of Pasadena
 

Entries annotated with dates in bold blue letters identify a past CPRA Chapter President who also served as APCO President for the years shown.

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