To our valued current and former members,
The past year has immeasurably changed the landscape of our law enforcement profession. COVID-19 continues to impact all of us, from how we work to how we conduct our daily lives. Police officers across this country have learned to adapt and become even more resilient during this time. Also, our non-sworn members ability to navigate their companies and businesses through this pandemic cannot be overstated. As if a global pandemic was not difficult enough, the current political climate weighs heavily on us all with the “defund the police” and anti-police rhetoric at the highest levels it’s ever been.
More than a year since the start of global lockdowns, CRIA continues to be focused on providing our members with exceptional training. Although we had to postpone this year’s conference, we are happy to announce our 49th Annual CRIA Conference is scheduled for February 15-17, 2022, at the Peppermill Resort in Reno, NV. This seminar will provide our members with the latest advanced investigation methods as well as state- of-the-art tools available to assist in solving robberies, crimes of violence, and property crimes (including organized retail crime). This will also provide much needed in person networking, collaboration, and support for one another in these turbulent times.
To those who have stayed active with us, thank you for your continued membership with CRIA. If you are former member and are considering renewing your membership, we want to welcome you back. Now more than ever we need to look out for one another, reconnect, and reaffirm our goal of pursuing justice through training and education.
CRIA, President North Chapter Board
CRIA, State Association President
RICHARD LONG, CPP
CRIA, President South Chapter Board
CRIA MISSION STATEMENT
The California Robbery Investigators Association was founded in 1972 to promote closer relationships between robbery investigators throughout the state, as well as professionals in private industries related to robbery investigation.
We strive to:
We represent and celebrate more than four decades of dauntless commitment to the California law enforcement community.
CRIA welcomes any full-time or retired law enforcement officer or civilian employee of a recognized law enforcement agency. We also welcome civilians employed in private industry with an interest in robbery investigations.
Active Membership benefits include:
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In Memory of LAPD Detective Sergeant Jack "Mr. Robbery" Giroud - EOW 01-05-19
CRIA Officer Of The Year
This award is presented annually to California law enforcement officers working in a uniformed, non-investigative capacity, who distinguishes him or herself for outstanding police work related to a robbery investigation. Each year, the North and South Chapter boards each honor an officer(s) selected from candidates nominated by our investigator members.
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