- March 7, 2018
7:00 am - 8:45 am
Topic: Gangs in Kern County- Understanding the signs, symbols and demeanor of gang members in order to keep your employees safe and know when to call law enforcement
Many gang members are employed in industry and having supervisors who recognize signs and symbols of gang activity can help to keep employees safe.
Speaker: Cynthia Zimmer, Supervising Deputy District Attorney, County of Kern
Cindy has been a prosecutor for over 33 years, a supervisor for 20 years, and supervisor of the Gang Unit for 10 years. She has prosecuted numerous gang related murder cases and continues to oversee all gang related prosecutions in Kern County. She graduated from CSUB and Loyola Law School. She is married to an attorney and they have 26 year old twins, one of whom is a mechanical engineer employed in the agricultural field in the Lean Six Sigma Program. This presentation has been well received by numerous law enforcement and community organizations all over Kern County. Gang violence is a public safety concern and public awareness of the signs and symbols can be life saving
$13 per person, Cash/Check/Credit/debit cards accepted/$5 Student Members of ASSE/$5 Emeritus Members of ASSE