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Friday, July 7, 2017

CA - Language in our State Constitution in regards to the wrongful profiling of motorcyclists and also it has language for the training of police in regards to profiling.

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Eric Partika  /  The Biker Rights Organization &  Robert Tabaldo / M.C.A.N.S.G. , C.O.C. . U.S. Defenders

BRO of California - Biker Rights Organization
Original writers and stakeholders of California's' Anti Profiling Bill. This is a bill to educate .........
A special Thanks to BOLT , Donnie Landsman and Philip Hennegan

We are looking for a Legislator to carry our good bill out of Legislative Counsel and into law.

BRO of California - Biker Rights Organization (mcansg2@gmail.com); USDefenders California (usdefenders.ca@gmail.com) contact one or both of these emails if you would like a copy of the legal bill to present to a legislator to carry. .Our Anti Profiling Bill is a bill of education.


Language in our State Constitution in regards to the wrongful profiling of motorcyclists and also it has language for the training of police in regards to profiling.

1. Local law enforcement agencies shall:
A. Adopt a written policy designed to condemn and prevent motorcycle profiling;
B. Review and audit their existing procedures, practices and training to ensure that they do not enable or foster the practice of motorcycle profiling.
C. Institute training to address the issues related to motorcycle profiling. Officers should be trained in how to better interact with persons they stop so that legitimate police actions are not misperceived as motorcycle profiling.
D. Work with motorcycle groups as in their communities to appropriately address the issue of motorcycle profiling.
E. Our Sheriffs and Police Chiefs shall coordinate with the criminal justice training commission ( California Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training) to ensure that issues related to motorcycle profiling are addressed in basic law enforcement training and offered in regional training for in-service law enforcement officers at all levels.

FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS SECTION, “ motorcycle profiling” means using the fact that a person rides a motorcycle or wears motorcycle related paraphernalia as a factor in deciding to stop and question, take enforcement action, arrest, or search a person or vehicle with or without legal basis under the United States Constitution or the California Constitution.

Eric Partika
Political Safety Representative
Biker Rights Organization Napa/Solano