Gonna Fly Now - 143 Omniplex Armed Security Officers working at FDIC in Washington DC and Virginia

Washington DC - Virginia, August 11, 2016 - 143 Omniplex armed security officers working at FDIC in Washington DC and Virginia have voted UNION YES by a score of 70-1 to become the newest members of the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC).

This victory comes off the heals of another great victory at Medstar Washington Hospital Center whereby the special police officers, public safety officers and dispatchers voted in favor of LEOSU-DC representation.

Steve Maritas Organizing Director for the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC) stated "that this victory signifies a new movement in the Washington DC Capitol Region that the special police officers in the region are looking for real change and as such, the word is spreading that the LEOSU-DC is the security union to join. We are receiving many calls everyday from the officers in the Washington DC Capitol Region asking how they to can become members of the LEOSU-DC Union because they know our Union, LEOSU-DC will truly fight for the members we represent, we will not back down or be intimidated by any Union or by management alike. We are here to protect the interest of our members giving these officers a real voice in the workplace as well as the RESPECT our members truly deserve". Maritas stated.

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