SACRAMENTO - The California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) welcomed seven new members following new employee orientations that were conducted on January 6, 2020 at Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in Sacramento and Santa Ana.
CSLEA Senior Attorneys Ryan Navarre and Jim Vitko introduced CSLEA to licensing registration examiners training for their new jobs that will put them in the front passenger seats of vehicles being driven by new and veteran drivers, young and old.
“Licensing registration examiners get into vehicles with complete strangers to test the drivers’ skills and knowledge of the rules of the road,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “On a daily basis their work contributes to our safety out on the roadways. Because they are working so closely with the public and in a potentially dangerous environment, we speak to them about the importance of union membership. You want to have immediate access to representation should workplace matters arise.”
In addition to representation and nearly immediate access to a union attorney, members receive a basic $15,000 life insurance plan, access to additional insurance benefits, scholarships, and the CSLEA Exclusive Member Discounts Program.
CSLEA extends a warm welcome to new members Andrew Lopez (Pomona), Alyssa Sanchez (Lancaster), Emmanuel Velasco (Lincoln Park), Denise Zamora (Bakersfield), Myesha Burnside (West Sacramento), Denise Sota (Hemet), and Katie Harril (Sacramento).