The following is a press release from the County of Mendocino:
The Department of Planning & Building Services is pleased to announce that the Code Enforcement Division has partnered with the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO) to host three week-long training module academies in Ukiah next year (2023). Upon completion of the three training modules participants will become Certified Code Enforcement Officers.
CACEO is an organization which instructs and advocates for code enforcement officers in California. Its mission is to promote and advance the profession of code enforcement while serving and supporting members by offering comprehensive education and certification, providing legislative advocacy on issues of importance to the code enforcement profession, and facilitating a network for an exchange of information and technology.
Code Enforcement Officers from the Northern California region will be attending the modules, as well as those from Mendocino County.
The three modules will cover all aspects of working in Code Enforcement, studying principles such as (but not limited to); field activities, basic inspections, case documentation and evidence procedures, ethics and professionalism, critical thinking, officer safety, vehicle abatement, land use, and customer service.
The modules will be held at the Ukiah Conference Center on South School Street in Ukiah on the following dates:
- Module 1 Academy: Feb 6th – 10th
- Module 2 Academy: April 17th – 21st
- Module 3 Academy: June 19th – 23rd
Additional information on CACEO, including details on how to register for the training modules, can be found at the following link: https://www.caceo.us/
Can we have county budget enforcement officers instead?