Sheriff’s Union To Solicit Member Comments On All Supervisors; Sheriff Dismisses Survey Methodology Before Results Are In

ORANGE COUNTY, CA – Hundreds of Orange County deputies and investigators will grade their bosses at the Sheriff’s Department and District Attorney’s Offices, then publicly share those opinions in the union’s monthly newsletter. The process, which union leaders say is intended to be civil and informative, sets up a potential battleground that could pit rank-and-file […]

Corrections Union Files Race Complaint Against Affirmative Action Officer, Alleges Racist And Derogatory Facebook Posts

NASSAU, NY – Nassau’s corrections union has filed a federal discrimination complaint against the county’s head affirmative action officer at the East Meadow jail, contending his public Facebook postings are racist, derogatory and incite violence against its members and law enforcement. Included in the complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are copies of […]

NYC Fire, Police, Corrections Managers To Receive 11% Over Seven Years

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and leaders of eight unions representing almost 12,000 supervisors in the city’s uniformed services agreed to new contracts while talks with rank-and-file members remain unresolved. The deals with police, fire, sanitation and corrections managers will cost $145 million more than had been budgeted. The agreements follow a pattern set […]

Long-Serving Boston Police Union President Ousted In Vote

BOSTON, MA – Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association president Tommy Nee was ousted last night in a landslide that saw more than 1,100 of the city’s patrolmen vote. Newly elected union president Pat Rose, a patrolman in Dorchester’s C-11 district, beat the long-serving union boss 897 to 242. The total turnout was more than 75 percent […]