On June 14th, 2017

CSLEA Greets New Dispatchers Training in Riverside

RIVERSIDE – On June 13, 2017, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Member Services Representative Shelley Bishop and CHP-Public Safety Dispatchers Association Secretary/Treasurer Steve Fulton greeted 10 new CHP public safety dispatchers who are training at the Ben Clark Center in Riverside.

“Training to become a CHP dispatcher can be one long learning curve, there is much to learn,” said CHP-PSDA President Tina Brazil.  “We want to introduce ourselves to our new members and let them know that we are their support group.  This is a tough but rewarding career.  We welcome them all and stand at the ready to help.”

Pictured are: Marie Hernandez, Maria Quirarte, Lorie Faught, Sarah Braden, Terry Gomez and Yasaira Medrano.

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