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NEWS UPDATE – CLEA Will Continue To Provide Service Throughout Coronavirus Crisis

Making sure each member gets their benefits is our priority.  As many businesses are affected by the Coronavirus, the Plan Administrator’s office remains open. An essential business, our administrators continue to work hard to provide services to our members. If you have any questions or concerns you may contact us via phone or email with … Continue reading “NEWS UPDATE – CLEA Will Continue To Provide Service Throughout Coronavirus Crisis”

CLEA Celebrating 35 Years Of Providing Financial Protection

  Thirty-five years ago in 1985, a new way to provide comprehensive yet affordable disability coverage for law enforcement personnel in California was introduced.  California Law Enforcement Association (CLEA) was designed with a vision to serve this community through innovation, a commitment to its members, and with integrity and transparency. Thank you to over 20,000 local, … Continue reading “CLEA Celebrating 35 Years Of Providing Financial Protection”

Take The ACE Quiz And Learn What it Means

An ACE score is a tally of different types of abuse, neglect, and other hallmarks of a rough childhood. According to the Adverse Childhood Experiences study, the rougher your childhood, the higher your score is likely to be and the higher your risk for later health problems. You can take the test below: To learn … Continue reading “Take The ACE Quiz And Learn What it Means”

Thank You To All The Trustees For The Great Lunch – Totally Appreciated It

Thank you to all of the Trustees for the great lunch today-we totally appreciated it! Here we are sporting our CPSA logo shirts Top picture-the majority of the staff (missing are Jerry, Rick & Steve) Second picture- Accounting Department-Penny, Donna, Carol & Sharon (missing Jamie) Third picture-LTC & Admin- Carron, Rebecca, Matt & Krystal Last … Continue reading “Thank You To All The Trustees For The Great Lunch – Totally Appreciated It”

Recipients of The Matthew Pavelka Scholarship Awards

The Burbank Police Department had not lost an officer in the line of duty by gunfire for more than eighty-three years. On the evening of November 15, that all changed. Veteran Officer Gregory Campbell had stopped a vehicle, without license plates, containing two males. The area where the stop was made was well known for … Continue reading “Recipients of The Matthew Pavelka Scholarship Awards”

Deputy Steven Fernandes from the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office

Deputy Steven Fernandes from the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office is participating in this fundraising event for the Northern California Special Olympics. Deputy Fernandes is joining other local Law Enforcement Officers in raising funds for the Special Olympics. This is Deputy Fernandes’s second year participating in this event which has become a very popular event … Continue reading “Deputy Steven Fernandes from the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office”

Vacaville PD Adopts Dog Rescued From Wildfires

Watch the latest video at foxnews.com The SPCA called the Vacaville Police Department for help in evacuating 60 dogs and some cats as the Nelson Fire threatened the area. One officer couldn’t resist the rescued pup in her patrol car. Read the full story here  

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