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CRPOA members have a convenient way to access and update member account information online.

If this is your first time logging in to your account on the redesigned website, please click the “Forgot Password” link to reset your password. Once you have reset your password you may log in to the members-only area.

If you are a former member who would like to renew your membership, please click the “Forgot Password” link to reset your password. Once you have reset your password you will be able to log in to the members-only area, however, you will be re-directed to the “Renew Your Membership” page. Once you have renewed your membership, you will gain full access to the members-only area. Please note; if you have been inactive for more than a year, you will need to fill out the Membership Application form to start a new account.

If you have are an active member of CRPOA but you are unable to reset your password when you click the “Forgot Password” link, please contact CRPOA directly so that they can add your account: (855) 552-7762 x2.

It is very important to maintain accurate account information so that you will not miss any of the important benefits of your membership.

2015 Legislative Session

This is the first of a series of articles that will explain the process that faces your Legislative Committee in Sacramento. The information is extracted from the official California Legislature website. The process of moving a bill may have other nuances that we will cover in subsequent editions of “The Backup” but this will explain the fundamentals.

Join us in Sacramento!

All CRPOA members are encouraged to join us at ARPOC! Don’t miss out! Download and complete all of your 2015 ARPOC Conference forms online and email or fax them in. Register early and ensure you get the classes you want! Book your hotel room with the DoubleTree call 1-800-222-TREE. Ask for “reservations” and be sure to tell them you are with “CRP”.

Legislation Update: Penal Code Section 26300 Assembly Bill 703

As you all know Assembly Bill 703 became law on January 1, 2014. This bill affords only Level I reserve officers the same CCW protections afforded full-time officers upon retirement. Some departments are extremely slow in implementing this new law under the Penal Code. When AB 703 was winding its way through the legislature last year, Level II officers were removed from these protections in the Assembly Public Safety Committee. The CRPOA’s legislative committee now is planning to re-introduce legislation to include Level II officers.