DEA Prostests Anti-Police Social Media Pages

The DEA sent the following letter to various executives at Facebook in protest of some of the website’s pages, which we feel encourage violence against the nation’s law enforcement community. […]

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Contract Retroactive Pay

Pay date for charted retroactive nightshift pay was October 9.  We are now up-to-date on all retro money. The next pay raise will be December first at 1%.

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Force Investigation Division

On October 13th, the unions met with Commissioner Bratton and his executive staff for a presentation by the new Force Investigation Division regarding the 88th Precinct shooting.

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Promotions Announced

There will be an increase in the budget quota for the rank of Detective: Police Commissioner Bratton has informed the DEA that he has secured additional funding from City Hall […]

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Police Memorial at Battery Park Adds 18 Names

On October 13, 2015, the Police Department unveiled 18 names added to the memorial wall at Battery Park City, including Detectives Angel A. Creagh, Dennis E. Guerra, Michael R. Henry, […]

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CEA Contract Amendment Ratified

The Captains’ Endowment Association came to an agreement with the City and the NYPD to amend their collective bargaining agreement with respect to paid cash overtime and the nine (9)-hour […]

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The New York City Police Pension Fund

The New York City Police Pension Fund has produced the attached 17-page document that helps members of the service make informed decisions about naming beneficiaries and about Tier II and […]

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Secial Prosecutor Meeting

On Wednesday, September 16th, DEA President Michael Palladino and DEA General Counsel Philip Karasyk joined union law enforcement reps from the AFL-CIO in a meeting with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. […]

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CCRB Confidentiality Breach

Several weeks ago, the DEA discovered that CCRB released personnel records, specifically the CCRB histories, of numerous members of the Department. Such release was clearly a violation of our members’ […]

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Perp Who Shot ESU Detectives Sentenced to 110 Years

Nakwon Foxworth, the perpetrator in the Easter 2012 shooting of Detectives Michael Keenan and Kenneth Alaya, P.O. Matthew Granahan, and Captain Alfonso Pizzano of ESU, was sentenced May 21, 2015 […]

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