SAN JOSE -- An East Side Union school community specialist and president of the local NAACP chapter was one of five people appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training.
The governor's office announced the appointments Tuesday, with Rev. Jethroe Moore II, 54, among those selected to serve on the commission that develops training requirements for officers, among other duties related to law enforcement advice and oversight.
Moore has been a community specialist with East Side Union since 2004, according to the governor's release, and was assistant pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church in San Jose from 2001 to 2004.
Moore, a registered Democrat, is a former UPS driver and supervisor who also serves on the San Jose Police Department Community Advisory Board.
Serving on the commission is an unpaid post, according to the governor's office.
Other appointees include Joyce Dudley of Carpinteria, Laren Leichliter of Highland, James McConnell of Long Beach and Sylvia Moir of Penryn.
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