The Orange County Superior Court has over 1,800 dedicated employees, who proudly render services to the residents of Orange County. OCEA represents over 1,400 of these employees! Through OCEA, these employees engage in collective bargaining and are governed by OCEA-negotiated MOUs in three bargaining units: the General Unit, the Court Clerk Unit, and the Court Supervisor Unit.
OCEA members are employed at all of the following locations:
• Central Justice Center in Santa Ana (hearing criminal, civil, and family law matters).
OCEA-represented employees work in some 89 different classifications, including Office Assistants, Court Reporters, Custodians, Court Clerks, Superior Court Commissioners, and many others. OCEA represents those classifications that are not executive, judicial officer, or managerial positions.
OCEA works actively with the Superior Court to ensure that work issues and concerns are addressed professionally and efficiently.
In 2007, the Court had more than 635,000 new case filings that were processed through our court system in the areas of small claims, civil, criminal, juvenile, family law, and probate—and our county continues to grow!
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What is an MOU? It's a "memorandum of understanding"—another name for a collective bargaining agreement!