Only a Few Weeks after Certification the LEOSU was Successful in Negotiating a New CBA on Behalf of


LEOSU was once again successful in negotiating with Paragon Systems Inc and its President Les Kaciban, JR (second from left), on behalf of the 318 protective service officers PSO's working at 26 Federal Plaza, 290 Broadway, 201 Varick Street, DEA HQ, Bowling Green and other locations assigned to Federal facilities in the Greater New York City Area, including Manhattan, the Bronx, and Westchester County (the “FPS Sites”). These officers will now receive a $1.46 wage increase effective October 1, 2019, increases to their health and welfare rate, additional sick days, paid 8 hour training and other benefits and other changes in their working conditions. We wish to thank both our NYC PSO bargaining committee and Les Kaciban, JR and Laura Hagan, Vice President, General Counsel for their understanding and respect on the issues that were brought before them by our members.

Laura Hagan, Vice President, General Counsel of Paragon Systems, Inc and its President Les Kaciban, JR hear the concerns of the 318 protective service officers PSO's working at Federal facilities in the Greater New York City Area, including Manhattan, the Bronx, and Westchester County (the “FPS Sites”). The Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions LEOSU was just recently certified at the end of September and had successfully concluded negotiations only a few weeks thereafter.

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