Twelve of the officers are part of law enforcement families:

Navarro's brother is Oakland Police Officer Carlos Navarro; Nicholas Ramos' father is Dr. Richard Ramos, a retired Berkeley police sergeant and his uncle is retired Oakland Officer T.W. Johnson.

Cairo's brother is San Francisco County Deputy Sheriff David Cairo; Cardana's brother is Santa Barbara police Officer Kody Cardana; Jolivette's uncle is John Ramirez, a retired San Francisco sheriff's lieutenant; and Kazarian's grandfather is retired San Francisco police officer Hike Kazarian.

Morado's father is retired Alameda County sheriff's deputy Vince Morado Sr.; Perry's father is retired California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Sgt. Ron Perry; Reymundo's father is Craig Buckhout, a retired San Jose Police captain; Sanchez's father, Jerry Sanchez Sr., is a Solano County district attorney's inspector; Shackford's mother is Karen Franklin, a retired California Highway Patrol sergeant; and Stephens' father is Mike Stephens, a retired San Benito County sheriff's sergeant.