WEST SACRAMENTO – The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) and the CHP Public Safety Dispatchers Association (CHP-PSDA) is welcoming nine new members who are training at the CHP Academy in West Sacramento to become CHP Public Safety Dispatchers.
“These public safety professionals are embarking upon a rewarding career,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “Their jobs will often become stressful and we want to be sure that we are there to support them. It’s important to us to introduce our associations early on so our new dispatchers can put names with faces, have the contact information they may need, and be informed about our benefits and services. I wish them the very best as they begin their careers with the CHP and offer a sincere thank you for choosing this important line of work.”
The dispatchers listened to presentations from CHP-PSDA Vice President Victor Tovar and CSLEA Member Services Representatives George Pina and Marco Castro.
CSLEA and CHP-PSDA welcome to membership: Ashley Angle, Corrine Anderson, Noemi Rodriguez, Joseph Seames, Mitquiesha Pierson, Gaxiola Gabrizielle, Emily Powell, Shevonne Prewitt and Leslie DeVillires.