Member login

Since 1946, SEBA has been the recognized bargaining unit for the San Bernardino County Deputy Sheriffs and District Attorney Investigators. Since then our membership has grown to over 3,100 members including Coroner Investigators, Welfare Fraud Investigators, Probation Corrections Officers, and Specialized Fire Services.

SEBA is dedicated to protect and promote the well-being and image of its members in the areas of:

  • Collective Bargaining
  • Protection of Member Rights
  • Political Action To Promote The Goals of The Association
  • Services of Benefit To The Member
  • Community Involvement
  • All SEBA Membership forms can now be found on the resources page!

  • Job Opportunities
    Privacy For Cops Bemefit

    Fore The Cops and Kids Golf Tournament 2016 The Great Pulbic Pension Assault Governor Brown Announces Appointments Smart Dollar - Get a Fresh Start! Support Behind The Star Facebook Page SEBA's Shop With A Cop 2015 Fallen Heroes Bowling Tournament 30-Year-One-Time Earnable Comp Agreement Retirement Medical Trust Plan Image & Link

    Follow us on Social Media!

    SEBA Facebook SEBA Twitter

    POST Positions

    The Commission on POST is conducting Departmental Open Examinations for the Law Enforcement Consultant I and II classifications. For complete details, please click on the attached examination bulletin for each classification. Please note, this is the examination portion to obtain eligibility for future vacancy recruitments.
    Law Enforcement Consultant I $5,613 - $6,974 Opening Date: December 4, 2015
    Law Enforcement Consultant II $7,619 - $8,654 Final Filing Date: January 8, 2016
    Information is also available at and on the POST Website.
    If interested, please submit a State Application (STD 678) which can be electronically accessed through the website. Applications must be received by the POST Human Resources Office no later than January 8, 2016. Please do not forget to clearly indicate which position you are applying for on the front of the application form.

    Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Documentary Trailer

    by Dangerous Curves Productions

    This powerful documentary explores the darker side of law enforcement as it tells the stories of police officers and their families who are now suffering the mental anguish of the careers they chose. Code 9 explores the impacts of the stress and trauma the job causes and if left untreated can result in PTSD. Code 9 offers solutions do the massive problem First Responders are dealing with.


    For Immediate Release


    SAN BERNARDINO, CA – The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday it filed criminal charges on three deputies following a use of force in April that occurred during the apprehension of a suspect who stole a horse and led deputies on an extensive pursuit that ended under the watch of a news camera.

    The Safety Employee Benefits Association (SEBA) represents nearly 4,000 sworn peace officers in San Bernardino County, including those who are facing criminal charges in the above-mentioned incident. The primary focus of SEBA is to ensure members have the same legal right to representation as any private citizen, including the notion of being innocent until proven guilty.

    “As a union it is not our place to pass judgment but simply to offer support of our members and make sure each deputy in this case has access to legal representation.,” said SEBA President Laren Leichliter. “The case will be tried in a court of law, not public opinion. We must defer any judgements to the judicial system – a system that insists the deputies are innocent until proven guilty.”

    Each member of SEBA regularly pays into a legal defense fund, which can be accessed by a member when necessary. SEBA is providing legal representation for the deputies named in this case. Aside from the financial assistance for legal representation, SEBA does not play any role in the legal defense. The details of each individual case are between the deputy and his respective attorney.

    SEBA will not release which members have elected to use their benefits to legal defense funds in regard to this case.

    # # #

    Laren Leichliter
    (909)885-6074 |

    Union Choice our Preferred Lender

    Dear SEBA Member,

    We are proud to remind you that Union Choice is our Preferred Lender. Union Choice has been serving Law Enforcement for their home loans since 1998 and serving SEBA members for several years. During these high-tech times, Union Choice can complete most of the entire transaction from the convenience of your own home or computer. The majority of their loans are completely funded within 21 days. They make what can be a stressful interaction a simple process. Union Choice understands county payroll systems, shift work, and certainly your personal confidentiality concerns. Their com- mitment is to provide the highest quality of service to all SEBA members while provid- ing the best loan for your needs

    Union Choice is ready to serve you, please call them when looking for any mortgage needs.


    President Laren Leichliter


    New Benefit – Tuition discount for the University of La Verne

    Earn your Bachelor's or Master's degree.
    Flexible, convinient, and affordable.

    Eligible SEBA employees receive a $100 per unit tuition reduction for most La Verne programs.
    Discount Program Flyer

    University of La Verne Admission

    SEBA Attorneys In The Office
    RLS Lawyers

    Law Enforcement Personnel - Protect Your Privacy!

    You have the option to NOT have your name displayed as the current owner of a parcel on the county assessment rolls and to have your information removed from any of the Assessor Information Systems.

    Download and complete Form ACO031.

    San Bernardino County Assessor
    172 W. Third St
    San Bernardino, CA 92415-0310
    Attn: Jennifer Ruiz, Transfers Section

    Or fax to (909)387-0136
    For more information, contact the Assessor’s Office at (909)387-0106

    Protect Your Home – File a Declaration of Homestead

    In California, creditors are free to place a judgment lien against your home to claim some debts. The lien is paid when you sell your home. The creditor, though, is only entitled to the equity portion of the sale. To further limit the creditor's claim, you can place a homestead declaration on your property. This allows you to retain a portion of the equity in your home should you opt to sell it. Whether to claim a homestead declaration depends largely on your situation. Homestead declarations only provide protection against creditors who file a lien while you are living in the house. You cannot claim the protection if you were not living in the house when the judgment lien was filed. As well, you cannot move out of the house before the court declares it your homestead.

    Complete the Declaration of Homestead and send along with the appropriate fee to:
    San Bernardino County Recorder-Clerk
    222 W. Hospitality Lane, 1st Floor
    San Bernardino CA 92415-0022

    Declaration of Homestead.


    Having troubles?
    Contact the webmaster.

    Home | Contact | Directions | Charities | Endorsements | Resources
    MOU's | Constitution & ByLaws | Member Benefits | Representation | Political Action | In The Line Of Duty

    © 2005 - The San Bernardino County Safety Employees Benefit Association