The Members of The Deputy Sheriffs' Association Have Now Been
WITHOUT A CONTRACT
KNOW YOUR RIGHTS
WHAT WE OFFER
The SBCDSA was created during a time of strife and turmoil to protect deputies.
The DSA has donated over $500,000 back to the communities we serve.
Senior Deputy, and Former SBCDSA President, Mike Durant has been elected President of PORAC.
Our community outreach is through sponsoring, hosting and endorsing events to raise awareness of issues.
HOW TO JOIN THE DSA
Simply download, complete and print the application. Deliver to any DSA director. You will receive a confirmation when all your forms have been accepted.
PARTICIPATION IS THE KEY
Your DSA Board of Directors are a 100% volunteer team. Your Directors make time to handle the regular business of the association aside from their department duties and family responsibilities. Our members, and their loved ones, have a history of stepping up with their vast experience in many areas beneficial to the association, and their assistance has always been greatly appreciated and welcomed. Remember, your future depends on all our work. Contact any Director to offer your assistance.
WORK INJURIES NOT GETTING TREATED?
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY
The Deputy Sheriffs' Association is now offering two (2) $2500 college scholarships in memory of former DSA Director Laura Cleaves. The children of current members can find the requirements and apply through the Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara. (more information)
Find the Association By-Laws, Memorandum of Understanding, Civil Service rules and other information that matters to you as a member.
WHAT'S AHEAD FOR THE 2016 ELECTIONS?
Please stay tuned the next round of assaults on our pay and benefits in the next two years. We continue to carefully vet both sides of the arguments and interview candidates.