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  SEBA's mission is to protect the interests of its members; to be their voice; their support and their vehicle to enhance the quality of life in San Bernardino County through benevolent donations

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SEBA has proudly served law enforcement employees of San Bernardino County since 1946 as the recognized bargaining unit for those on the front lines of public safety.

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The SEBA Charity Fund is a 501(c)3 organization. Our goal is to support the children of the Inland Empire, California. Contributing to community based children's charities....

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SEBA annual events include Fore the Cops and Kids Golf Tournament, Fallen Heroes Bowling Tournament, Shop with a Cop. 17 different events at various locations to impact...

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Our whole-hearted support is behind our deputy who was shot early this morning while on patrol in Adelanto. We are praying for complete healing and trust he is receiving the best medical care. “Our membership is tough and resilient and I know our deputy is fighting strong to recover,” said Sgt. Grant Ward, SEBA President. “Our association is ready to provide any assistance needed during this time.”SEBA members enter this profession knowing danger is eminent and injury is possible. But knowledge of those inherent risks cannot soften the impact of learning that a friend and colleague has been shot. Brazen attacks like this do not solely affect law enforcement but strike a chord in th...
By: Phil Jonas, District Attorney Investigator and SEBA SecretaryYou may have noticed your take home pay decreased on the July 18th paycheck. This reduction is a result of SBCERA changing the contribution rates. SBCERA employer and member contribution rates are set annually. Changes to the rates are determined by financial studies conducted by independent actuaries. The Board of Retirement reviews and sets contribution rate increases or decreases on the basis of these studies each fiscal year.The most recent rate change took effect last month. If you compare your 7/18 pay stub to your 7/4 paystub, you will notice that your retirement contribution increased. For example, as a Tier I member wi...
The salary schedule, better known as “the steps,” has been restored outside of negotiations for the Safety and Safety Management units through a collaborative effort between SEBA negotiation team leaders, the Sheriff and County officials.Effective April 14, 2018, members who are not already at the top of the salary schedule will advance one “step” every six months (1,040 hours worked); this is a change from the previous requirement to work one year (2,080 hours) per step. If a member has already accrued 1,040 hours at his or her current step, he or she will immediately be moved to the next step on April 14th.In continued support of his troops, Sheriff John McMahon agreed to absorb the immedi...

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735 E. Carnegie Drive Suite 125
San Bernardino CA 92408
909 885-6074

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