The Annual LEVOC Conferences are planned and conducted by a committee of Police Volunteers and Volunteer Coordinators from sponsoring agencies throughout Northern California. Conferences provide participants the opportunity to network with their peers; receive professional training conducted by experts in the field. Training topics are customized for Volunteers and Volunteer Coordinators.
2019 Breakout Sessions
Presented by: Detective Daniel Garcia, Tracy Police Dept.
The internet is a wonderful resource, but access to it has hazards for kids and adults. Learn how to create a safe and productive online environment for you and your family. This lesson also covers child pornography and harassment cases Detective Garcia has investigated.
Combatting Human Trafficking
Presented by: Suzanne Schultz, San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office
Family Crimes Coordinator Suzanne Schultz takes a comprehensive look at the dark world of the Human Trafficking industry and its impact on the lives of those affected by it. Learn about human trafficking in our communities and how the DA’s office is combatting it.
Digital Dogs-Sniffing Out High Tech Crimes
Presented by: Detective Brian Pereira & K9 Frankie, Fairfield Police Department
A new tool to help law enforcement find crucial evidence in investigations involving child exploitation, human trafficking and terrorism. Learn about highly specialized K9’s that are trained to find hidden cell phones and digital storage devices.
Prior Conference Sessions Include: