Welcome to the Teamsters Law Enforcement League web page—a special site dedicated to law enforcement officers across North America who are represented by the Teamsters. Those officers who have joined the Teamsters have a voice in working conditions, pay, and benefits. You and your fellow officers can also have a say when you elect the Teamsters and will have the strength of 1.4 million members to support your decisions.
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In The Public Interest has recently published an article, "Prison Conditions Are Working Conditions" focusing on the dangerous conditions that correctional officers and other prison employees encounter during their workday.
The October newsletter includes topics on global trade policies and recent organizing at Pennsylvania State University.
Members of Local 597 in South Barre, Vermont, have ratified a new two-year contract with the University of Vermont. The bargaining unit of 20 members work as police officers, dispatchers and service officers on the university campus.
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Local 2011 members at Florida's prisons bring fight for higher wages to statehouse.
Teamster members and leaders joined with York County legislators to denounce what has been termed the ‘Paycheck Deception Bill’ (House Bill 1507) at a press conference today.
“This bill is nothing more than a flat-out attack on workers’ rights,” said Fred Wilson, President of Teamsters Local 776, in Harrisburg, Pa. “Attacking middle-class families should never be a partisan issue.
By an overwhelming majority, law enforcement officers in the city of Milford, Delaware's police department have voted to join Teamsters Local 326 in New Castle, Delaware.
Governments, pressed by the corporate class, have in recent years increasingly looked for ways to outsource duties and services that could provide them with income. The growth in private prisons, as a result, has soared.