Measures That Matter To Members
There are thousands of bills currently being considered by legislators at the State Capitol and some of them have a direct impact on members of the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA).
"We keep a very close watch on how these bills progress and make sure that our members' voices are heard in support or opposition of these bills," said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. "We have a strong presence at the Capitol, the best legislative and political consultants and as a result the ability to reach out to lawmakers and to be heard."
Over the past several weeks, CSLEA has sent letters to legislators in support or opposition of numerous bills.
Those letters include:
- Senate Bill 955 - (Support) -Interception of electronic communications
- Senate Bill 939 - (Support)- Criminal jurisdiction
- Senate Bill 1025 - (Sponsor and support) - Department of the California Highway Patrol: Department of Human Resources
- Senate Bill 1165 - (Support) - Pupil instruction: dating violence, sexual abuse, and sex trafficking prevention education
- Senate Bill 1258 - (Support) - Controlled substances: prescriptions: reporting
- Senate Bill 1288 - (Oppose) - State public employment: memoranda of understanding: legislative approval
- Sentate Bill 1388 - (Support) - Human Trafficking
- Assembly Bill 1035 - (Support)- Workers’ compensation: firefighters and peace officers
- Assembly Bill 1439 - (Support)- Unfair business practices: contests and sweepstakes.
- Assembly Bill 1960 - (Support) - State summary criminal history information: state hospitals.
- Assembly Bill 1783 - (Support) - Public employees: rights.
- Assembly Bill 2032 - (Support)- Civil service: employee hearings.
- Assembly Bill 2206 - (Support) - Depositions: video recordings.