SACRAMENTO - On June 6, 2022, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Senior Counsel Andrea Perez conducted a basic site representation class for four CSLEA members interested in becoming more involved with their union and working with CSLEA and their supervisors to solve issues that arise in their workplace.
“All four members are CHP public safety dispatchers so we were able to be more specific as we went through the curriculum,” said Perez. “We conducted the class via zoom which has been working well for us. All participants have the desire and intention to become site reps for CSLEA.”
The dispatchers currently work at the Capitol, Los Angeles and Yreka Communication Centers. Perez thanked each of them for their participation and interest in becoming site representatives.
“We are always encouraged by and supportive of our members who want to step up for change and be part of the solution,” said CSLEA President Alan Barcelona. “We truly like working with our members to help facilitate change and a positive work environment.”
Anyone interested in becoming a site representative may email CSLEA at firstname.lastname@example.org.