Breaking News for California Employers!

Happy New Year from your CALSAGA Board of Directors and Staff. We wish a positive and prosperous 2017 to all of you.  Our pledge to you is to continue fighting for you and our industry in Sacramento and keeping you informed of the issues…

2016 CALSAGA Annual Conference Recap

Another successful CALSAGA conference is in the books! The 2016 CALSAGA Annual Conference took place October 19-21 at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort in Rancho Mirage, CA. Elections for the 2017 - 2018 CALSAGA Board of Directors took place…

Inaugural California Organized Retail Crimes Association Conference

The Law Enforcement and Private Security Conference of California (LEAPS-CAL) is proud to present the newly established statewide association addressing retail crime.  The California Organized Retail Crimes Association (Cal-ORCA), with the…

BSIS Application Deficiencies

A Message From BSIS: The Bureau of Security & Investigative Services (Bureau) continues to receive a high volume of deficient paper applications, initial and renewal. About 30% of the applications received are incomplete and/or are submitted…

AlliedBarton and Universal to Merge

Conshohocken, PA-based AlliedBarton Security Services and Santa Ana, CA-based Universal Services of America today announced that they have agreed to merge, creating the leading security company in North America. The combined company, which…

Annual Conference Information and Updates

Annual Conference Updated information for the 2016 Annual Conference can be found on our website at: https://calsaga.org/2016-annual-conference/. Please use the link above to purchase attendee tickets, reserve your vendor booth space or…

Update on CALSAGA Advancements

We wanted to reach out and make you aware that our organization has been undergoing a rather expansive transition for the last 6 months.  We have made a commitment to our members and have updated our infrastructure in order to provide the…

California is first state to approve $15 minimum wage

California is the first state to approve $15 minimum wage (article attached)