SACRAMENTO - The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) extends a warm welcome to some of its newest members at CHP and the Department of State Hospitals.
On September 1, 2016, CSLEA Member Services Representative Shelley Bishop introduced CSLEA and the CSLEA affiliate California Association of Law Enforcement Employees (CALEE) to Metro State Hospital Communications Operator Tu Ung. Ung is new to state employment and Bishop assisted with his new employee orientation.
On September 12, 2016, CSLEA Member Services Representatives George Pina and Marco Castro joined CHP-Public Safety Dispatchers Association Vice President Victor Tovar to welcome six new CHP dispatchers at the CHP Academy in West Sacramento.
New employee orientations allow new CSLEA members to get to know CSLEA, its representatives, benefits and services.
"We can't stress enough how accessible we are to our members and we want our members to know that," said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. "Call us, email us, don't let situations or conflicts at work get bigger than they have to be. In addition, we encourage our members to get involved, become a site rep, suggest possible legislation, let us know where improvements on your job can be made. And to all of our newest members, welcome to CSLEA."