2021 RCGIA Training
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RCGIA Training Director - Senior Investigator R. Kwan -
Benefits of membership include:
- Discounted/No Cost Gang Training (RCGIA and CGIA)
- Membership with RCGIA improves a gang expert's court resume
- Membership makes a patrol officer / deputy more competitive when applying for a gang investigator's position within their department
2. Complete payment:
3. Email in completed form to:
RCGIA has members from:
President – Supervising Investigator Robert Kwan – Riverside DA
Vice President – Lieutenant Nicholas King – CHP
Treasurer – Senior Investigator II Mario Moreno – Riverside DA
Sgt at Arms – Sergeant Bob Nishida – Hemet PD
Secretary - Investigator Gus Castaneda - Riverside County SO
Training Coordinator - Commander Levi Bailey - Riverside DA
Region 1 – Deputy Cameron James – Riverside County SO
Region 2 - Detective Chris Crews - Beaumont Police Department
Region 3 – Senior Investigator III Dave Hankins – Riverside DA
Region 4 – Officer Oscar Valdez – CA Highway Patrol
Region 5 – Deputy Richard Reyes - Riverside County SO
Region 6 – Sergeant Jason Gore – Riverside County SO
Region 7 – Detective Dave Riedeman – Riverside Police Department
Region 8 – Officer Ryan Eddy - Corona Police Department
Region 9 – Correctional Deputy Cesar Chacon – Riverside County SO
Region 10 - TBD
The Riverside County Gang Investigator’s Association is a non-profit educational organization with its focus on combating street gangs through training, networking with the community, and preparing our members to handle criminal activity.
Over the years the RCGIA has awarded financial support to federal, state and local law enforcement officers and their families. RCGIA is a recognized 501(C)(3) charity (Tax ID number 26-1767123) . Whether it's a line of duty injury, health or fiscal issue, the RCGIA responds and delivers help to those law enforcement families members in need".
If you would like to make a donation, please click button below.
Handoyo "Trip" Triputra
Handoyo “Trip” Triputra was a Deputy Sheriff with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. “Trip” was hired in April of 2001, and was a dedicated Peace Officer who loved his job, and the community he served. “Trip” also loved his fellow brothers and sisters in the law enforcement community, and the camaraderie they shared. After working patrol at the Riverside County Sheriff’s-Jurupa Valley Station, “Trip” held positions with: The Moreno Valley Station-Special Enforcement Team/Gang Unit, The Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force, and worked as a Task Force Officer for the Drug Enforcement Administration’s HIDTA 50 Team.
“Trip” became ill in 2011, and was medically retired from the Sheriff’s Department in November of 2012. “Trip” passed away from complications of Cerebellar Ataxia on May 13, 2019. This memorial fund was established by “Trip’s” family, along with RCGIA, in order to assist injured officers, families of fallen officers, and keep our community safe.
On behalf of RCGIA, a $500 scholarship will be given out each year on Trip's EOW (May 13). More details of the scholarship will be posted.
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