On Monday, October 8, 2018, 15 members of the Eureka Police Department participated in the department’s second 8-hour training session on Principled Policing, a discussion of procedural justice and implicit bias taught by certified EPD instructors. The first training session was held in March 2018. A third session is planned for the first quarter of 2019. Covered topics included ethics, legitimacy, policing goals, cynicism, history, implicit bias and what changes we can start making now. The core training curriculum and materials were created by the California Department of Justice and P.O.S.T. with the assistance of Stanford University professors.