Sergeant Casey Bokavich is a 27 year law enforcement veteran of the Redding Police Department located in Northern California.  Casey is currently assigned as his department’s Administrative Sergeant and Training Manager.  Prior to his current assignment, Casey was the Supervisor of his department’s Traffic Unit. 

 

Casey was the first motor sergeant in the history of the department’s traffic unit, and continues to be an avid participant in police motorcycle training events across North America.

 

In 2015, Casey was a member of the California POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) MOTORS Advisory Group, contributing in the development of the first ever statewide guidelines designed to improve motor officer safety and unit efficiency.   The project was completed in 2016 with the publishing of “Law Enforcement MOTORS Guidelines: Operational Guidelines and Standardized Training Recommendations.

Other assignments Casey has held during his career have been Patrol Officer, Canine Officer and Major Crimes Detective, Narcotics Detective. Casey is a career instructor, having received extensive training in the following areas:  Motorcycle Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Force Options Instructor and Rangemaster. 

 

Casey was recently selected by the California Commission on POST 2016 POST Excellence in Training Award in the Individual Achievement category for his work in the development of a community force options program.

GLPMTS 2017 is thrilled to have Casey as our Keynote Speaker this year in Toronto. 

A message from the guest speaker