New Employee Assistance Program

A new, pilot program of the NYC Employee Assistance Program offers family members of MOS — spouses and children — free, confidential counseling for stress, anxiety, depression, or other emotional […]

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Meetings with Police Commissioner O’Neill

On November 17th, DEA President Michael Palladino met one-on-one with Police Commissioner James O’Neill to discuss a number of issues facing the membership, such as: CCRB, grade promotions, consent searches, arrest numbers, […]

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Mt. Vernon Police Officer Needs a Kidney Match

Update:   A kidney match has been found and the transplant completed.  Many thanks to retired NYPD Officer Mark Chamberlain who donated a kidney in a remarkable act of heroism and […]

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1127 Tax Refund Checks

Per the NYC Department of Finance, the 1127 tax refund checks that went out to DEA members were in error. The check went out to those who e-filed their taxes and have […]

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Mt. Sinai WTC Program Enrollees Prescription Plan

The Mt. Sinai World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program has partnered with Optum to provide prescription benefits for the certified WTC-related condition(s). Optum services help make sure MOS receive approved medications […]

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A Message from the President — There is a Challenge to New York State Civil Rights Law 50-A

On Friday, October 14, 2016, Mayor de Blasio announced his plan to overturn the protections provided Police Officers and other civil servants under New York State Civil Rights law section […]

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DEA Telephone Hotline Ended 10/31/16

After 30 years of service, the DEA discontinued its telephone news hotline as of October 31, 2016. The hotline was started by former DEA president Tom Scotto in 1986, and […]

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Pension Fund News

The Police Pension Fund investment performance for fiscal year 2016 (July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016) was 1.67% net of fees.  The actuarial assumption rate is 7%; therefore the “underperformance” […]

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Officer Randolph Holder’s Law

Legislation is being introduced to amend criminal procedure law to honor the memory of Det. Holder by making necessary reforms to criminal justice “diversion programs” that currently are putting violent […]

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MOS and the Department of Investigation

It has come to our attention that the Department of Investigation (DOI) is attempting to interview our members about police-related incidents both on and off duty. If you are notified or […]

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