Resources and Training Materials

All PAB representatives are required to attend three orientation sessions in order to join the board:

  • Upon selection, PAB representatives receive information from the Office of Campus Community Relations on the history and background of the PAB
  • PAB external counsel reviews the PAB’s Bylaws, Procedures and confidentiality agreement
  • A representative from the UCDPD presents on search and seizure, use of force and other police procedures

PAB representatives receive ongoing training and guidance from external counsel regarding police procedures, relevant legal issues, impartiality, the confidential nature of police misconduct investigations and discipline and the civilian oversight field.

PAB representatives and staff also participate in ongoing training opportunities. Below are some selected resources and training materials:

Hate Crimes

Hate Crimes – Anti-Defamation League

Responding to Hate: Information and Resources – Anti-Defamation League

Para Responder al Odio: Información y Recursos – Anti-Defamation League

California Penal Code sections on hate crimes:

Federal Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act (HCPA)

Freedom of Expression

Balancing First Amendment Rights with an Inclusive Environment on Public University Campuses –Minnesota Law Review, Volume 101, Issue 5

Police Officer Standards and Training (POST)

Did You Know? - "Procedural Justice" 

Did You Know? - "Procedural Justice: Immigrant Communities"

Did You Know? - "Mental Health"

Did You Know? - "School Violence"

National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE)

The PAB is an institutional member of the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE). PAB representatives and staff are invited to participate in NACOLE trainings, including NACOLE's annual conference.