RANCHO CORDOVA - On July 1, 2021, Association of Special Agents - Department of Justice (ASA-DOJ) President Brad Ehrman and California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Chief Counsel Kasey Clark and Senior Legal Counsel Ryan Navarre conducted a New Employee Orientation (NEO) at the Advanced Training Center in Rancho Cordova. The 18 attendees were a mix of peace officers new to the State and lateral transfers. Clark and Navarre gave an overview on the benefits of CSLEA membership including access to CSLEA LDF and CSLEA Legal, collective bargaining, political action, CLEA Long-Term Disability and PORAC health insurance.
“ASA-DOJ was proud to welcome 18 new special agents to the California Department of Justice,” said ASA-DOJ President Brad Ehrman. “ASA-DOJ provided a BBQ lunch as a way to welcome all of the new agents to the CSLEA family.”