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Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC)

1155 F St NW #1050, Washington, DC 20004

Tel: 202-595-3510

The Washington metropolitan area is the metropolitan area centered on Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States. The area includes all of the federal district and parts of the U.S. states of Maryland and Virginia, along with a small portion of West Virginia.

 

The Washington metropolitan area is the most educated and, by some measures, the most affluent metropolitan area in the United States. As of the 2012 U.S. Census Bureau estimate, the population of the Washington metropolitan area was estimated to be 5,860,342, making it the largest metropolitan area in the Census' Southeast region and the seventh-largest metropolitan area in the country.

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Your Role as a Union Member

October 28, 2017

 

YOUR ROLE AS A UNION MEMBER

The most important thing to know about your union is that YOU are the union. A union is only as strong, effective and powerful as the members who participate in its operation and activities. You can best exercise that power by being informed, involved and active in your union.

 

Every member can take a number of simple steps to make your union a more powerful and effective vehicle for advancing your interests and the interests of your colleagues. These steps include:

  • Read your contract and keep it handy – Your contract delineates your rights and benefits at work and represents the focus of your union’s activity.

  • Submit ideas for contract proposals – When contracts come up for renegotiation members have the opportunity to submit proposals to be considered for inclusion in the negotiation. This is your opportunity to propose changes or new ideas to improve your workplace.

  • Go to your union leadership if you have a question – If you are unclear about what your contract says, or what your union is doing to address an issue, go to one of your elected leaders and ask them. The names of your leaders are posted on your LEOSU-DC Union bulletin boards.

  • Attend meetings – If you can not make a meeting, send a surrogate from your floor who you trust to express your views and help you stay informed.

  • Read newsletters, E-Mails, etc. – Your negotiating committee has stepped up efforts through the production of our newsletter, contract updates and email blasts to keep members informed of ongoing issues. Review this material so you know what is going on.

 

 

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