Coming this October the LEOSU-DC will embark on a citywide organizing campaign of DC Federal Buildings

September 26, 2015



The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC) Washington DC is happy to announce its plan to begin its citywide organizing campaign of Washington DC Federal buildings. Some of the buildings tageted for organizing include the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center shown above,Hubert Humphrey building, Department of Homeland Security and a host of other Washington DC Federal buildings as noted here.


Most recently six (6) of the top Washington DC security unions that presently represent many of the special police officers  in these Washington DC federal buildings have been under investigation, indicted and awaiting trial and/or have been convicted by the Department of Labor for criminal wrongdoing in regards to their particular security union.


The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU) and its division LEOSU-DC) stands on the platform of cleaning up the corruption of these dishonest Washington DC Security Unions and bringing back the trust and integrity of true leadership and representation of its members.


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