On September 10th, 2018

CSLEA Welcomes New Members in Sacramento & Westminster

SACRAMENTO- On September 10, 2018, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) representatives conducted New Employee Orientations at the Department of Motor Vehicles in Sacramento and Westminster.  CSLEA representatives visited with new Licensing Registration Examiners to introduce CSLEA and its benefits and services.

“These individuals will work to protect the motoring public by evaluating drivers seeking a California Driver License,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona.  “The public doesn’t give much thought, I’m sure, to the important public safety service these professionals provide on a near-daily basis.  They get into vehicles with complete strangers and conduct a field driving test with drivers of various driving skills.”

Addressing the new employees in Sacramento were CSLEA Director and Coalition of Licensing Registration Examiners (COLRE) President Enrique Razo, COLRE Vice President Tim McCullough, and CSLEA representatives George Pina and Marco Castro.

Speaking to new employees in Westminster was CSLEA representative John Knight.

“We welcome our newest members, commend them for seeing the value of union membership, and thank them for working to keep us safe out on the roadway,” said Barcelona.

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