Welcome the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association!
Today, the Association represents over 1,700 sergeants, deputies and non-sworn personnel employed by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office. Nearly 100% of all employees within our bargaining unit are Association members. The SCDSA provides every member unequaled opportunity for personal growth, professional advancement, labor and legislative access and representation, legal protection, security and peace of mind. Most of all it affords us an opportunity to be a part of a powerful voice in law enforcement today.
Below you will find some of the more important benefits of being a member of the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association. Keep in mind that these benefits continue to improve and evolve but are for members only. Those employees that do not opt in for membership do not receive any benefit from the Association, including administrative and legal representation or grievance assistance.
It cannot be over-stated that we are a brotherhood/sisterhood, and together we are strong. I would like to welcome you aboard, and I promise to do my job while you are out there doing yours!
DEPUTY SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION
Sergeant Nathan Seger
Valuable Member Benefits
SCDSA proudly offers and expanding array of benefits to its membership.
SCDSA Scholarship ProgramAs a...
The Benefits of the Star 6 Foundation
As a member of the SCDSA, you are eligible for benefits through the...
Insurance and Financial Benefits
As an association member, you have exclusive access to critical insurances and financial...
The Right To Vote
As an SCDSA active (full-time) member, you get the right to vote on who...
Free Legal Consultation
A free one hour Consultation with an attorney regarding non-course and scope personal matters.
HR-218 Legal Coverage
HR-218 is the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004.
Administrative and legal representation in the internal investigation process from initial interviews through appeals...
Who Is Eligible To Join?
Membership is exclusively for those classifications covered under the Law Enforcement Non-Supervisory (003) Unit.