Law Enforcement Community Symposium - Livermore Campus, CA

Law Enforcement Community Symposium - Livermore Campus, CA


My name is Dr. Talia McClure-Moore.  I am a former Deputy Probation Officer, and current college professor and forensic researcher.  I am the lead faculty for the Securities and Criminal Justice College at the University of Phoenix Bay Area Campus.  We are hosting a Police Week event, May 19, beginning at 6pm, at our Livermore campus.  This event will include a presentation by Union City Police Chief Darryl McAllister, followed by a panel discussion of top criminal justice professionals representing police, civil rights advocates and attorneys.  While this event will recognize the efforts of police nationwide, it will also include discussion on the policing issues adversely impacting communities, ways to improve police-community engagement, and discussion on current hiring opportunities.

I would like to extend to you an invitation to attend.  Given the wealth of information, resources and people, anticipate engaging in progressive dialogue, transformative learning and implementable change.


Date and Local

WHEN: Thursday, May 19, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar

WHERE: University of Phoenix - Livermore Learning Center - 2481 Constitution Drive, Livermore, CA 94551 - View Map


Event Details

The Law Enforcement Community Symposium is a forum to recognize National Police Week, and also engage in first-hand discussion with police chiefs and top police and law enforcement leaders from the Bay Area agencies. 

When & Where?

Thursday, May 19, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar

University of Phoenix, Livermore Campus:  2481 Constitution Dr, Livermore, CA

Who should attend?

  • Current and prospective students of all education disciplines and local institutions
  • Current, prospective, and retired criminal justice providers
  • Members of the public from any Bay Area community

What should I expect?

  • An occasion to learn about the contemporary challenges and opportunities in the relationship between the police and the communities they serve;
  • A chance to ask questions to leaders of criminal justice and policing
  • An opportunity to speak with police recruiters from various local law enforcement agencies

The official program will begin at 6:00 PM.   Several East Bay law enforcement agencies will be on hand before and after the program (5:30 PM and again at 9:00 PM) providing information about employment opportunities.

Don’t miss this hallmark event!  Bring a guest, friend, colleague or neighbor! 


Agenda (subject to change)

5:30 PM Employment Networking

6:00 PM Program Start 

  • Police Week Recognition
  • Presentation:  Police Community Trust—Where Do We Go from Here?
  • Panel Discussion (Panel of police chiefs and justice leaders)
  • Q&A

9:30 PM Approx End



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