Sheriff’s union asking for residents’ help

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The Safety Employees’ Benefit Association (SEBA), the union that represents San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies and other sworn personnel, is taking its message to the residents of San Bernardino County.  It is asking residents to let the Board of Supervisors know how they feel about the county’s sheriff’s deputies.

The county asked union members to forgo raises during the recession and sheriff’s deputies went along for the good of the whole county. Now that the county is in a strong financial position once again, it is reneging on its promise to reinstate those raises when times got better.

The union has been in negotiations since last year and finally had to declare an impasse.  San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies are among the lowest paid sheriff’s personnel in Southern California

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