2017 Symposium: Accountability and the Use of Force

In order to fulfill the Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership's broader mission of facilitating training and research for leaders in the various disciplines of the criminal justice system, we co-host an annual symposium with the San Francisco Police Department focusing on ethical leadership strategies.

This January 5 and 6, 2017, the University of San Francisco and the San Francisco Police Department are co-hosting the twenty-second annual Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium at USF’s main campus.

The theme of this year’s event is “Accountability and the Use of Force."

2017 Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium Schedule (PDF)

Symposium speakers and panelists

USF Criminal Justice Leadership 2017 Symposium Accountability and the Use of Force

Accountability within the Organization 
Sheriff Jim McDonnell, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

The Human Side of Policing
A panel discussion moderated by former chief and current city manager of Citrus Heights Chris Boyd

Legal Issues Relating to the Use of Force
Joseph Russoniello, former United States Attorney, Northern District 

Mental Health Issues and the Use of Force
A panel discussion moderated by retired Commander Richard Corriea, SFPD

Developing the Guardian Mindset in 21st Century Policing
Sheriff Jim Hart, Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Department
Inland Regional Center Shooting
Chief Jarrod Burguan, San Bernardino Police Department 

Stewardship of a Black Chief: Balancing Expectations
A panel discussion moderated by Chief Darryl McAllister, Union City Police Dept.

Thursday Evening Session: Presentation of the Barbara Hammerman Law Enforcement Leadership Award

As the former chief of the San Francisco Police Department and the current Institute Director, I want to extend this invitation to you and your management team.

The symposium is certified by the University of San Francisco, and by POST, for Continuing Professional Training (CPT), non-reimbursable. Please have your training managers call me at (415) 422-2884, or email ribera@usfca.edu.

Registration is $400.00 per attendee.

We are committed to making your participation beneficial and enjoyable.

Tony Ribera