CLETS Advisory Committee meeting

Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 10:00am
Folsom City Council Chambers


Held at the Folsom City Council Chambers
50 Natoma Street
Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 355-7350

The CLETS Advisory Committee (CAC) will meet to review applications for new and upgraded CLETS service and/or to discuss other issues of interest regarding CLETS.

Any individual with a disability seeking reasonable accommodations to attend or participate in the meeting, or to obtain materials or information on the meeting in an alternative format, should contact Steve Kennedy at at least five business days before the meeting. Questions regarding this meeting should be directed to the CLETS Administration Section at (916) 227-3677.

Per agreement, with the exception of the agenda, documents pertaining to the meeting will not be handed out to the audience. Attendees are encouraged to download documents from the California Law Enforcement Web (CLEW) or Attorney General Web sites.


See "Attachments" below for a pdf version of this Agenda.

  1. Call to Order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Housekeeping
  4. Audience Introductions
  5. VOTE: Meeting Minutes of February 15, 2012
  6. VOTE: Consent Calendar
    1. Ratification of Items reviewed at February 15, 2012 Meeting
  7. Chair’s Report (Chair Sam Spiegel)
    1. New Member(s)
      1. Department of Justice – Cuong Nguyen
      2. CA League of Cities – Evert Palmer
      3. California Highway Patrol – Scott Silsbee
      4. Department of General Services (CA Technology Agency) – Karen Wong
  8. Executive Secretary’s Report (Maria Cranston)
    1. Action Items
    2. CLETS Misuse Statistics
    3. CLETS Statistics
    4. Legislative Report
  9. NLETS Update (Frank Minice)
  10. VOTE: New Service Applications
    1. CN-01 U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (Sonoma County)
    2. CN-02 CA Air National Guard-129th Security Forces Squadron (Santa Clara County)
  11. Update: Upgrade Applications Approved by DOJ
    1. Atascadero Police Department (San Luis Obispo County)
    2. Avenal Police Department (Kings County)
    3. CA Department of Fish and Game, Law Enforcement Division (Sacramento County)
    4. Carlsbad Police Department (San Diego County)
    5. Citrus Heights Police Department (Sacramento County)
    6. Davis Police Department (Yolo County)
    7. Folsom Police Department (Sacramento County)
    8. Galt Police Department (Sacramento County)
    9. Glenn County Sheriff’s Department (Glenn County)
    10. Hemet Police Department (Riverside County)
    11. Kings County Sheriff’s Department (Kings County)
    12. Livingston Police Department (Merced County)
    13. Marin Community College District Police Department (Marin County)
    14. Murrieta Police Department (Riverside County)
    15. Oceanside Police Department (San Diego County)
    16. Palm Springs Police Department (Riverside County)
    17. Port Hueneme Police Department (Ventura County)
    18. San Francisco Police Department (San Francisco County)
    19. Scotts Valley Police Department (Santa Cruz County)
    20. South San Francisco Police Department (San Mateo County)
    21. Superior Court of California, Merced County (Merced County)
    22. University of California, Los Angeles Police Department (Los Angeles)
    23. Ukiah Police Department (Mendocino County)
  12. Client Reports
    1. Fontana School District Police Department – Compliant
    2. Fresno County Sheriff’s Office – Compliant
    3. Huntington Beach Police Department – Compliant
    4. Berkeley Police Department – Password and encryption compliance
    5. Carlsbad Police Department – Password compliance
    6. San Diego Police Department – Security compliance
    7. San Francisco Police Department – Advanced authentication compliance
    8. San Francisco County Sheriff’s Department – Security awareness training and advanced authentication compliance
    9. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department – Password, encryption, personal firewall and virus protection software compliance
    10. South Bay Regional Public Communications Authority – Security compliance
  13. Members’ Reports
  14. CAC Discussion/Open Forum/Public Comment
  15. Next CAC Meeting/Adjourn

NOTE: Items designated for information are appropriate for Committee action if the members choose to take action at this meeting.