SAN BERNARDINO - On February 23, 2016, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Member Services Field Representative Shelley Bishop met with two CalPERS investigators in San Bernardino to welcome them to CSLEA membership.
Bishop introduced Natasha Cook and Moriah Jackson, both new CalPERS employees, to CSLEA's benefits and services and gave them an introduction to their CSLEA contacts should they need any additional assistance.
"As a retired peace officer, former CSLEA affiliate president and CSLEA Unit A vice president, I know, first hand, the importance of being introduced to the people in your association and using them to assist you should have questions or run into unexpected issues along the way," said Bishop. "It was a pleasure meeting both Natasha and Moriah and assisting them with what CSLEA offers to its members."
Bishop also met with five new CHP dispatchers at the Ben Clark training center in Riverside on February 25, 2016. Following training, the dispatchers will be assisting the public in the communications centers in Los Angeles, Vallejo and Barstow.
"This was a great group of new CSLEA members," said Bishop. "I, and CHP-Public Safety Dispatchers Association Secretary-Treasurer Steve Fulton, had the opportunity to discuss with them the need for having an association and staying in touch with their association representatives. Theirs can be a particularly stressful job and we encourage them to reach out to CHP-PSDA reps and CSLEA when they need to.
CSLEA and CHP-PSDA would like to extend a warm welcome to Heather Lynn McCray, Shannon Sanders, Cynthia Nguyen, Britney