WEST SACRAMENTO – Dispatchers training at the CHP Academy in West Sacramento received a new employee orientation introducing them to the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) and the CHP Public Safety Dispatchers Association (CHP-PSDA) on March 26, 2018.
“Thank you to CHP-PSDA Vice President Victor Tovar for leading the orientation and speaking, from experience as a veteran dispatcher, about the importance of CSLEA and CHP-PSDA membership,” said CSLA President Alan Barcelona. “These dispatchers will experience an incredible amount of stress in their first responder, public safety careers. We wish them the very best and will be with them every step of the way should they need assistance.”
The 15 dispatchers present, three of whom are already members of CSLEA, learned about CSLEA benefits and services and who to contact at CSLEA.
“Our attorneys are here for our members to answer even the smallest of questions,” said Barcelona. “We are a very strong safety net for our members and strive daily for improvements that will benefit our members.
Attending the new employee orientation on behalf of CSLEA were Member Services Representatives George Pina and Marco Castro.