Overtime Reduction

The DEA inquired about the recently announced reduction in overtime for Detectives and Supervisory ranks. As per Chief of Department Monahan and Chief of Detectives Shea, the Department expects to […]

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Mediation

The Department is instituting a “pilot project” on a voluntary basis for dispute resolution. The program will be administered by a third party from the Center for Creative Conflict Resolution […]

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DEA Develops New App

In conjunction with our website, the DEA has developed a new app for active and retired members to install on their personal cell phones. We’ve reached agreements with Apple and […]

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New 9/11 Monument in Oyster Bay

In the summer of 2019, the Town of Oyster Bay, New York will begin construction of a monument called “9/11 Walls of Honor” to the east of the current 9/11 […]

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Uniform Allowance (Non-Taxation) Update

Talks with the City about not taxing the uniform allowance have been resurrected. The DEA is developing an affidavit for members to sign and submit to the union in order […]

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Vetrano Murder Trial — Detectives Heckled By Perp’s Family & Friends

On April 1st, 2019, the jury, after a short deliberation, returned a guilty verdict on the Karina Vetrano murder trial. On Tuesday, April 22, 2019, Lewis was sentenced to life […]

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Inspector General’s Report

On April first, 2019, the Inspector General’s Office of the NYPD released its fifth annual report on investigations and recommendations for year 2018, which contained 42 recommendations for the Police […]

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Active Detectives, Please Check Your Union Dues

It has come to the attention of the DEA that, because of an NYPD computer glitch, some members have not had dues deducted from their bi-weekly paychecks. If any member […]

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For Those Who Did Not Get Full Medicare Part B Reimbursement

DEA retirees on Medicare who did not receive 100% of their Medicare Part B premiums in 2018 or earlier will have to download the “Medicare Part B Reimbursement Differential Request […]

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PBA Wins Suit Barring Release of Disciplinary Records

  On March 12, 2019, the NYS Supreme Court granted an injunction that bars the release of certain disciplinary records, thus upholding law 50-a.

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