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March 2019 QT Agenda
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Quarterly Training

City of Commerce City Civic Center
City Council Chambers
7887 E 60th Avenue
Commerce City, CO. 80022

Friday, March 22, 2019

 

7:30 – 8:15am    Registration and Breakfast

 

8:15 – 900am     Welcome to Commerce City

 

9:00 -10am        Over-occupancy Enforcement

Come learn how Fort Collins enforces their occupancy code and finds people- who lives where; who owns what; how do you find that elusive landlord, property owner, tenant or resident?  How can you connect someone to a property?  The information Justin Moore will impart will work for enforcement other than occupancy as well.

  

10 -11:30am      I Love U Guys Foundation

The “I Love U Guys” Foundation was started in 2006 by Ellen and John-Michael Keyes following a school shooting in Bailey, Colorado that took the life of their daughter, Emily. The Foundation offers training to schools, districts, departments, agencies and organizations.

The Black Swan
John-Michael Keyes

“An unforgettable story of an inconceivable event and, in the aftermath, how it changed the world.”

11:30 – 1pm      Lunch on your own

 

1pm-2pm          Officer Safety Update and Discussion

Ten years ago, CACEO created a safety committee which outlined levels of safety equipment and uniforms commonly used by code enforcement officers around the state.  The levels ranged from no uniform, no safety equipment to full uniforms including ballistic vests and firearms.  There will be a presentation, then discussion on where we’ve come from, where we are, and where we are going. 

 

2pm-3pm          Roundtable Discussions

This is your time.  We will break up in smaller groups and discuss topics important to code enforcement and how to do our jobs well.  Please send in suggested topics to CACEO@live.com

                       

3pm -4pm         National Wildlife Property Repository   

The National Wildlife Property Repository (Repository) is a unique facility which serves the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, by receiving and storing wildlife and wildlife products seized and forfeited during investigation and inspection activities. No live wildlife is stored at the facility, but there are roughly 1.3 million items in inventory from whale products to rhino parts, mounted tigers to monkey skulls.  A representative will talk about the repository and enforcement of the pertinent laws.  

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