To advocate fairness, professionalism, equality and justice for all parties involved in the criminal justice system, as a just system would promote a just society.
To promote, strengthen and support the roles of Asian Americans in all aspects of law enforcement by collaborating with community leaders, law enforcement, victim’s rights advocates and concerned citizens.
To educate the Asian American community regarding the criminal justice system with the central focus on victims’ rights as provided in the Constitution; to reach out to the community, and to provide a forum for communicating the community’s needs and concerns.
To provide training, both academic and practical, concerning a wide variety of law enforcement-related topics, relevant laws, and trial strategies; to develop an information network relevant to the needs of Asian American law enforcement personnel; and to seek out, encourage and support Asian American law students and attorneys interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement.
AAPA’s Board of Directors shall be:
President: Annie Esposito
Vice President: Marshall Khine
Secretary: Ryan Kao
Treasurer: Sharon Carney
Board Members: Kevin Ikuma, Stephanie Kang, Danny Lau, Christine Oh
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The Asian American Prosecutors Association is always in search for new and amazing members all over California to join in our mission. Please contact us or one of our board of directors to enquire about any of your questions.