RIVERSIDE - Not stopping to take a breath, to holiday shop, or to bake, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Member Services Representative Shelley Bishop is on a non-stop roll in Southern California, dropping by worksites to visit with veteran members, or introducing herself, and CSLEA, to those new to our association.
On December 6, 2016, Bishop joined Steve Fulton, Secretary-Treasurer for the CHP-Public Safety Dispatchers Association (CHP-PSDA), at the Ben Clark Training Center in Riverside to conduct a New Employee Orientation (NEO) for five new CHP dispatchers. Four of the new dispatchers will work at the Golden Gate Communications Center and the fifth will work at the Los Angeles Communications Center.
“I was able to talk about CSLEA and our services available to them and Steve was able to talk about our affiliate, CHP-PSDA,” said Bishop. “I enjoyed meeting our new dispatchers and answering their questions. I wish them the very best in their new careers.”
Continuing her journey through Southern California, on December 7, 2016, Bishop travelled to Lake Perris and met with CSLEA-RPPOA Members Brady Her and D Elias, both California state park rangers. She also met with CALEE Members who are state park communications operators.
“It is always a pleasure to see our members, they appreciate us dropping by to see if there are any problems or concerns, and I remind them how easy it is to contact any of our six attorneys should they have any questions regarding the contract or situations at work,” said Bishop.