2018 Ronald Tsukamoto Memorial Scholarship

The Northern California Asian Peace Officers Association is now accepting applications for the 2018 Ronald Tsukamoto Memorial Scholarship!

Please share and encourage any and all full-time college students interested in pursuing a law enforcement career in need of financial assistance to apply!

Please see attached for details.

*Right click save as to download application.

 

 

2017 ANNUAL DUTY PISTOL MATCH and BBQ

The Northern California Asian Peace Officers Association

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Registration at 0830 hrs // relays from 0900-1300 hrs

 Location: SFPD Lake Merced Range (700 John Muir) in San Francisco, California

Cost is $55.00 for early registration // $10 for re-shoots

Cost is $10 for non-shooters and guests to the BBQ lunch.

***REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES BBQ LUNCH & PISTOL MATCH T-SHIRT***

Best of the best faceoff for the top 8 shooters at the end of the match. 

Followed by the NCAPOA VS LPOA GRUDGE MATCH

 

See attached flyer/registration form for details.
2017 Pistol Match Flyer

Please note: Walk in registration payments are welcomed, but PLEASE let us know you’re coming by sending your registration form or just a quick email to us at: ncapoa1974@gmail.com

Investigator openings at DTSC Berkeley Office

Position Details

Job Code #: JC-55274
Position #(s):
810-922-8610-XXX
810-922-8610-002
Classification:
INVESTIGATOR
$4,544.00 – $5,572.00 A
$5,178.00 – $6,657.00 B
$5,675.00 – $7,316.00 C

# of Positions: 2
Work Location: Alameda County
Job Type: Permanent, Full Time
Facility: Berkeley Regional Office

https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=55274

Job Description and Duties

Under the general supervision of the Supervising Criminal Investigator I, the Investigator in the Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) is a sworn peace officer and is primarily responsible for the investigative duties involved in enforcement of California’s Hazardous Waste Law. The Range A Investigator handles the less difficult cases under close supervision of the Supervising Criminal Investigator I; the Range B Investigator handles cases of average complexity under supervision, and the Range C Investigator handles the most complex cases under supervision, independently or as a team leader. Additionally, the Investigator may be assigned to conduct internal investigations of Department employees and background checks of potential job applicants. Duties include, but are not limited to:

Investigations
Drives to and investigates violations of the California Hazardous Waste Control Law by responding to complaints, tips and other information submitted to OCI that alleges illegal hazardous waste activities in the state. May receive referrals of potential criminal cases from Environmental Scientists that would be more appropriately handled by an Investigator.  Use databases such as Accurint, Envirostor, local property records, CLETS (California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System), California Secretary of State filings, California Department of Motor Vehicles records and U.S. EPA’s ECHO (Enforcement and Compliance History Online) as well as Google Earth mapping, to research site(s) of violation, responsible entities/parties, background data and compliance and enforcement history of suspects, suspect sites and suspect entities. With guidance from supervisor, plan and determine best investigatory methods to be used to gather, analyze and present evidence for a solid legal case that can prove the violation(s) occurred and/or is/are occurring. Investigatory plans and methods include may be required to obtain hazardous waste samples in the event an Environmental Scientist is not available, or is otherwise necessary, for physical evidence from the site and documenting evidence was collected, transported to a DTSC laboratory for testing and handled according to proper laboratory and chain of custody standards;  obtaining photos/video of past and/or ongoing illegal activity; searching paper files and computer records of suspects and/or suspect company for proof of illegal activity, and locating and interviewing/interrogating witnesses and suspects for the purpose of getting information, background and verbal admissions.  To pinpoint locations of evidence and plan for collection of evidence, incumbent may conduct undercover and surveillance that may require travel throughout the state. Draft and execute search warrants and inspection warrants for violations of California’s Hazardous Waste Law; serve subpoenas, and make arrests during investigations. Plan, organize and conduct effective operational case briefings for DTSC staff and personnel from other agencies in order to coordinate support for investigatory activities, including, but not limited to surveillance, inspections, and search warrants. Additionally, as assigned, conduct background and internal investigations as required by the Department director or his/her designee.

Operational and Enforcement Activities
Write statements of probable cause and present facts to appropriate judicial officials for the purpose of obtaining search and arrest warrants. Accurately transcribe and document witness and suspect verbal statements (including date, time, place and contact information) to include in case support files. Capture and preserve usable photographic/video/other evidence, and organize and assemble photo logs of surveyed sites and activities, plus obtained photos/video from third parties, to include in case support files. Draft concise official investigatory reports that can be submitted for legal prosecution. Reports can include timeline(s) of illegal activities that were tracked and monitored, map(s) of where activities occurred, descriptions, pictures and graphic representations of company/suspect processes and procedures that created violations and quantified amounts of hazardous waste generated. Reports also incorporate scientific sampling results and the written interpretation of those sampling results. In addition, reports cite sections of California Hazardous Waste Law that were violated. May also be required to testify in court and at administrative hearings about the case findings, the investigation and results in order to further successful resolution of the case. May be involved in producing penalty matrices that identify the violation and calculate the proposed penalties in a settlement case.

PLEASE SEE ATTACHED DUTY STATEMENT FOR ADDITIONAL DUTIES.
http://www.calhr.ca.gov/state-hr-professionals/Pages/8610.aspx

 

Ronald Tsukamoto Memorial Scholarship

The Northern California Asian Peace Officers Association is accepting applications for the Ronald Tsukamoto Memorial Scholarship.

The deadline for application is: February 4th, 2017.

The Ronald Tsukamoto Scholarship is awarded to full-time college students with an interest in a law enforcement career and in need of financial assistance with their education goals.

Please see application for more information. The Scholarship will be awarded to the recipient at the Annual NCAPOA Scholarship dinner (TBA).

For more information, please email NCAPOA1974@gmail.com.

Police Recruitment

The City of Berkeley Human Resources is currently accepting online applications for Police Officer (Entry, Academy Graduate, Lateral, & Reserve). Deadline for entry-level (or Recruit) application is 5 p.m. on January 13, 2017. Lateral and academy graduate applications are accepted on an open and continuous basis. Please see job posting for more information: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/berkeley/default.cfm


University of California, Berkeley Police Department: Public Safety Dispatcher (Job #22495, Open Until Filled).  Consider a public safety career at UC Berkeley, the foremost public institution of higher learning in the nation. The University of California Police Department provides a full range of law enforcement services in support of the academic and public service missions of the University of California, serving a diverse community of more than 35,000 students and 14,000 faculty & staff in the vibrant City of Berkeley. At the Berkeley campus, we employ approximately 65 sworn peace officers, 45 full time civilian employees and 50 part-time students. We are interested in ethical, intelligent, creative and motivated candidates who possess the desire and talent required to address the unique challenges of our urban campus environment. We offer a wide variety of assignments and a public service experience unlike any other agency. Salary Range: $25.99 – $38.91 hourly. For more information and to apply online, go to: www.jobs.berkeley.edu

2016 NCAPOA Scholarship

In honor and memory of Berkeley Police Officer Ronald Tsukamoto, this scholarship is awarded to full-time college students with an interest in a law enforcement career and in need of financial assistance with their education goals.

Application

Deadline to Submit: February 6, 2016

Scholarship Award Dinner: February 27, 2016

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION BY MAIL OR EMAIL:

Please mail your application to:

NCAPOA 2016 Scholarship

P.O. Box 262

Benicia, CA 94510

or E-MAIL: ncapoa1974@gmail.com

Questions: ncapoa1974@gmail.com

 

Download the  2016 Scholarship Application (Word Document)

NCAPOA ANNUAL DUTY PISTOL MATCH 2015

ANNUAL DUTY PISTOL MATCH 2015

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Registration begins at 0830 hrs // relays from 0900-1300 hrs

Location: SFPD Lake Merced Range (700 John Muir) in San Francisco, California 

Cost is $40.00 for early registration, $45.00 day of event registration

$10 for re-shoots

Cost is $10 for non-shooters and guests to the BBQ lunch.

***REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES BBQ LUNCH & PISTOl MATCH T-SHIRT***

See flyer for details!

2015 Pistol Match flyer

2015 NCAPOA Scholarship

2015 NCAPOA Scholarship

In honor and memory of Berkeley Police Officer Ronald Tsukamoto

Awarded to full-time college students who have an interest in a career in law enforcement and in need of financial assistance with their educational goals.

Application

Deadline to Submit: January 31, 2015

Scholarship Award Dinner: April 18, 2015 @ Pier 29 Restaurant, 1148 Ballena Blvd, Alameda, CA 94501

Please submit this completed application in typewritten form, or printed in black ink by the above deadline date. The information furnished by the applicant is considered confidential, and will be reviewed by the Northern California Asian Peace Officers’ Association (hereinafter referred to as NCAPOA) Scholarship Committee for truthfulness, accuracy, and completeness. All materials submitted by the applicant shall be used for the sole purpose for consideration of this scholarship award.

The applicant must sign this application and return it with a certified copy of transcripts or report card/progress report. A printout of your online transcript will be accepted with your application if a certified copy is not yet available. Please obtain a certified copy to bring with you by the date of the interview. (Signature not required for emailed applications, but will assume that the waiver is accepted and a signature will be requested at the time of interview.)

Any misrepresentation of facts and/or information will result in immediate disqualification of the candidate for scholarship consideration.

SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION BY MAIL OR EMAIL:

Please mail your application to:

NCAPOA 2015 Scholarship

P.O. Box 262

Benicia, CA 94510

or E-MAIL: ncapoa1974@gmail.com

Questions: ncapoa1974@gmail.com

 


2015 Scholarship Application

Scholarship Flyer 2015

NorCal Shomrim 3rd Annual Family Range Day

NorCal Shomrim is hosting their 3rd Annual Family Range Day at Target Masters indoor range in Milpitas on October 5th.  This special event is a fundraiser for NorCal Shomrim’s Scholarship Fund.

Beginners through advance level shooters are welcome.  This event includes an orientation to firearms beginning with a historical overview and impressive display of weapons spanning more than 100 years. There will be safety training, a kosher lunch, and friendly competitions for all skill levels.

For further information visit: norcalshomrim.org

Shomrim range day 2014 Information Flyer