BECOME A MEMBER OF CATO
The California Association of Tactical Officers (CATO) is a professional organization dedicated to developing leaders, instilling excellence, improving tactics and safety through education, peer contacts, and the sharing of tactical information. The organization welcomes current and former members of law enforcement and the military.
The California Association of Tactical Officers is a tight-knit community of law enforcement professionals dedicated to service. What makes this community great is our care for one another, especially when times are tough. Right now, there are two families within our community that need our help.
SERGEANT HARRY COHEN
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department
End of Watch: October 18, 2020
Sergeant Harry Cohen served with Riverside County Sheriff’s Department for 24 years. He passed away while on duty due to a heart attack; he was 48 years old. He is survived by his wife, son, and daughter. There are multiple ways you can help Sergeant Cohen’s family:
Son of Sergeant Romel Cuellar,
Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office
Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Sergeant Romel Cuellar’s youngest child Liam is battling B-cell Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia. As you can imagine, this means a lot of time off from work, travel, and all of the expenses that go with it. This is where his LE family comes in to keep up the fight! Liam is currently receiving care at a children’s hospital in the Bay Area, but treatment may last an estimated 2-3 years. To help ease the tremendous financial burden on this family, we hope everyone will come together and donate what they can. Money raised will go towards medical bills, lodging, and travel for Liam’s procedures and treatments.
A friend of the Cueller family has started a Go Fund Me page already. CATO created this separate Go Fund Me page because we were contacted by an anonymous donor who has agreed to match what the CATO team raises! At the conclusion of the fundraiser, our efforts will be matched by the donor, and we will bring a check to the family.