James Taylor - President Livermore Police Department (925) 371-4987
Stan Berry - First Vice President Orange County District Attorney (714) 347-8609
Kam Eng-Chew - Second Vice President San Francisco Sheriff's Department (415) 553-1841
Paula Vaughn - Secretary Yolo County District Attorney (530) 406-4902
Jennifer Copeland - Treasurer Mountain View Police Department (650) 903-6385
Ted Toedte - Sergeant at Arms Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Dept. (805) 681-4142
Nic Hernandez - Director North UC Berkeley Police Department (510) 642-3184
More Than 50 Years Of Service to the Law Enforcement Community
The California Criminal Justice Warrant Services Association (CCJWSA) was founded in 1959 and is composed of law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.
For 50 years, the mission of CCJWSA has been to enhance, by active effort and support, the cooperation among all city, county, state and federal criminal justice and law enforcement agencies in the matter of issuance, processing and service of warrants and to provide a common medium of exchange of information by conducting training workshops.
Department of Justice Sheriff's Marshals Police Agencies District Attorneys Courts Probation Parole Corrections
Membership dues are $75.00 per year and include two Directories of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Agencies. Membership also includes everyone in your agency and any member of your agency may attend our annual workshop/conference at the discounted membership rate.
Download the application and mail it with a check or money order to:
CCJWSA PO Box 8237 Woodland, CA 95776
The CCJWSA Directory provides address and telephone information for California law enforcement agencies, as well as other state and federal agencies. It is published yearly and kept up to date with help from our membership.
The Directory is for Law Enforcement Only
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When is the annual training workshop?
What type of training does CCJWSA provide?
CCJWSA provides a forum for essential networking between those attending. The participants then can disseminate the information to their individual agencies. The workshops presented by the association are approved by Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST).
Some topics that are covered include methods for service warrants, CLETS entries, skip tracing, purging warrants and extradition just to name a few.
Please note -- attendees must be with a law enforcement agency and I.D. will be required when attending the training conference.