RANCHO CORDOVA – On February 14, 2019, five new California State Parks communications operators received a visit from California Statewide Law Enforcement Association Senior Vice President Tina Brazil and CSLEA Senior Counsel Andrea Perez. The communications operators were introduced to CSLEA, and its benefits and services during a new employee orientation (NEO).
“It was great to meet with this very enthusiastic group of professionals. Being new to state employment, they had questions about pensions and what kind of benefits they can retire with,” said Perez. “It’s an exciting time for them as they embark upon a career as a communications operator for State Parks. They also had questions about CSLEA’s structure. Several of them had been in union represented jobs prior and really respect the importance of union membership.”
State Parks communications operators handle 911 calls for crimes and emergencies that happen within the parks and dispatch for both State Parks rangers and California Department of Fish and Wildlife wardens.
CSLEA welcomes its newest members and stands ready to assist them.