Welcome to Kern LEA

The Kern Law Enforcement Association (KLEA) would like to welcome you to our website. The Kern Law Enforcement Association (KLEA) was established in 1974 to protect the interests of all Kern County Deputy Sheriffs and District Attorney Investigators. KLEA is the recognized bargaining unit for over 500 Deputy Sheriff's and District Attorney Investigators. We promote, foster, and encourage the welfare and social relations between our members and the community.

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About Kern LEA

The Kern Law Enforcement Association (KLEA) was established in 1974 to protect the interests of all Kern County...

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From The President

On behalf of the KLEA, I would like to welcome you to the official website for the Kern Law Enforcement Association.

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Charities We Support

Every year the Kern LEA donates time and money to numerous charities, groups and organizations locally and globally.

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KLEA Delivers $5,000 Reward Check
KLEA President Marc Haiungs had the honor of delivering a $5,000 check from the Kern Law Enforcement Association to Gary Welfl of Brady's Market as reward for the information he provided that led to the demise of accused murderer, kidnapper, and attempted murderer of two Sheriff's Deputies, Benjamin Ashley. Also present were Sheriff's Commanders Drake Massey (left) and Tyson Davis (right). Video c...
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Coach Tony Blauer Offers 5 Courses this August to Make You Safer
Tony Blauer's philosophy and mission has remained constant since 1979. He has always searched for a better way. He has not tried to perpetuate a style; instead he has tried to educate an international community on the importance of psychology, fear management and behaviorally sound tactics. In the month of August, anyone can find a course to make themselves and their loved ones safer. CrossFit...
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