SACRAMENTO – The California Highway Patrol – Public Safety Dispatchers Association (CHP-PSDA) held its third quarter board meeting at California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) headquarters in Sacramento on October 13, 2017.
“We had a very productive day,” said CHP-PSDA President Tina Brazil. “We received updates about what is happening in each division and brought concerns and issues to the Office of Employee Relation (OER), Communication Center Support Section (CCSS), and the Hiring/Testing unit of CHP, that affect all communications centers.”
The CHP-PSDA board of directors also received updates from CSLEA President Alan Barcelona and CSLEA Chief Counsel Kasey Clark.
“I had the privilege to speak the CHP-PSDA board,” said Barcelona “I so admire these public safety professionals. They all work full-time and have the energy, focus, and drive to work for the betterment of their coworkers. I thank them their public service and their work to save the middle class - our members.”
The entire CHP-PSDA board was present for the day-long meeting. Also present were OER Commander Ryan Okashima, Bargaining Unit 7 Labor Relations Specialist Michele Berlin, CCSS Commander DeeDee Teel, and PSDA II Robyn Snow and matt Brunette, Commander, Selections, Standards and Exams Unit.
The CHP-PSDA board ended the day by attending an evening party in honor of outgoing Commissioner Joe Farrow.