The California Correctional Supervisors Organization (CCSO) was created in 1992 to serve the exclusive interest of supervisory and managerial personnel who work for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Department of State Hospitals.
- What is CCSO?
- What are the costs associated with membership?
- Why should I belong to CCSO?
- What are the benefits of being a CCSO member?
- What does CCSO do for me?
- What is covered under CCSO?
- Can I join if I am retired?
- How do I pay CCSO dues?
CCSO monthly dues are $67.
CCSO is lobbying for excluded employees to receive the respect and recognition they have so long deserved. CCSO secures benefits, raises, and a safe and fair workplace. CCSO works with the Receiver’s Office to obtain enhanced pay and working conditions for medical supervisors and managers.
CCSO’s mission is to provide its membership with professional, competent, and aggressive legal representation. Our primary goal is to achieve exclusive representation rights for all peace officers and non-peace officers in supervisory and managerial classifications employed in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Department of State Hospitals.
- CLEA paycheck protection
- MetLife insurance
- AFLAC insurance
- Hartford supplemental insurance
- Death benefit
- Scholarship program
- Labor representation
- Political representation
- Executive-level meetings
- Legal representation — never capped
- Representation with CDCR, DSH, CHCF and the Capitol
- Job security for you and your family via the best legal protection possible
- Legislative action lobbying in Sacramento directed at enhanced benefits, wages, and working conditions
- Active meeting and conferring focused on excluded employees
- Personal contact with a CCSO representative by just calling (800) 449-2940
- Legal representation for the following:
- Internal Affairs
- EEO complaints
- Skelly hearings
- SPB hearings
- Job-related discipline
Yes; retired members can sign up for $5 monthly.
CCSO dues are taken via payroll deduction. If you are retired, CCSO dues will come directly out of your CalPERS.