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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Please Check Your Dues Deductions

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. Delegates are asked […]

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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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State Appeals Court Rules on Body Camera Footage

The NYS Appellate Division ruled that body camera footage is not subject to protection under 50-a, and can be released to the public.

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Pension Option Cost Changes

On March 13, 2019, the Police Pension Fund Trustees voted to reduce the cost of pension options for members who retire after April first of 2019.

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Litigation Against the City for the 2.25% Differential

The City has filed an appeal with the Appellate Court. On February 28, 2019, the DEA was in Manhattan Supreme Court. The City was ordered to commence discovery. The disclosure […]

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Next DEA Contractual Raise Update

The contract expires March 31, 2019. On March 7, 2019, DEA President Michael J. Palladino met with the new Labor Commissioner, Renee Campion. DC 37’s contract is 2%, 2-1/4%, 3% […]

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Manhattan South Welfare Officer Election

Steven Nieves moved up to the Manhattan South Trustee position, and an election was held for a new Manhattan South Welfare Officer. Voting took place at the DEA on March […]

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Perpetrators in Simonsen Case Made Court Appearance March 11th

The two perpetrators involved in the hold-up that facilitated the death Det. Brian Simonsen were arraigned on Monday, March 11, 2019 in front of Judge Holder, Queens Supreme Court, with […]

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GoFundMe Page for the Family of Det. Anthony J. DiCarlo

A GoFundMe page was set up to assist the spouse and daughters of NYPD Active Det. Anthony J. DiCarlo, who passed away suddenly on February 22, 2019 of heart-related illness. […]

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