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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Members of Local 633 working as police officers and other city employees in Hampton, NH, ratified a new contract on January 6, 2014.
(NORRISTOWN, Pa.) – By a majority vote, correctional officers at Pennsylvania’s Montgomery County Correctional Facility joined Teamsters Local 384 yesterday. The officers join the more than 2,000 law enforcement officers already represented by the Teamsters across the state and they become part of the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement and Correctional Officers Association.
The Teamsters Union applauds the Senate’s confirmation of Thomas Perez for Labor Secretary in a vote held today. Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa praised Senate Leader Harry Reid for pushing for the compromise with Republican Senators that led to the 54-46 vote for confirmation.
(TAMPA, Fla.) – The following is a statement from Teamsters International Vice President Ken Wood recalling a Presidential Proclamation on Correctional Officers issued on May 5, 1984.
Law Enforcement, Water Dept. Employees Join Local 662
December 20, 2006
Local 662 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin has scored three public employees victories recently, winning organizing elections at two police departments and a city water department.
On October 26, 2006, 39 jailers and dispatch officers in Barron County, Wisconsin voted to become Teamsters.
Teamsters Law Enforcement League Joins National Coalition
May 19, 2006
On May 12, the Teamsters Law Enforcement League (TLEL) became a member of the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO), joining a respected institution involved in championing law enforcement issues in the country.
Local 340 Wins Solid Contract For Law Enforcement Members
Maine Workers to Receive Wage Increases, Retirement
September 23, 2004
Earlier this month, corrections officers, deputies and dispatchers in Somerset County, Maine, ratified a new three-year contract that increases wages and improves their retirement security. The workers are represented by Local 340 in Portland, Maine.