We recently sent a email to members with email addresses on the most current mailing list to receive a Ballot in the Upcoming 2017 USPPFOP Executive Board Election. If you did not receive this email and you submitted an address update in the last 2 days for the 2017 USPPFOP Executive Board Election- your name might not have been updated yet. On the other hand, if you haven’t sent in an postal address and an email address you will not receive a ballot (There will be no place to mail it); and you will not receive email updates about the election process, unless you provide a private email address. The election is being conducted by mail-in ballot through the U. S. Mail- no address = no ballot.
Please, get this done no later than 1800 on Monday, November, 27, 2017.
We will be sending emails to individual members verifying that their name is on the list during the coming week as the list is finalized.
Thanks, for your help and your patience during this process.
The United States Park Police Fraternal Order of Police Annual Holiday Family Breakfast will be held on DECEMBER 9, 2017. The location is the same as it has been in the past. If you need directions please, ask your USPP associates. Breakfast will be served starting at 8:00 AM and Santa should arrive @ 9:30 AM. The event is open to Active and Retired Members of the United States Park Police and their Families.
(ATTN: USPP Active and Retired – USPP Active and Retired Employees)- The 2017 USPPFOP Holiday Party (Washington, DC Area) will be held on December 2, 2017 from 1900 – 2300. Check worksite for information about the location or call someone.
Today, United States Park Police FOP Labor Committee Chairman Ian Glick and Chairman Gus Papathanasiou of the United States Capitol Police FOP Labor Committee met with U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly (D- IN) to discuss ongoing Congressional efforts to make drastic reductions to federal employee pensions. During the meeting, Senator Donnelly reiterated his support for federal law enforcement and that he remains strongly committed to stopping the proposed cuts to FERS. He also expressed his gratitude for the work of the officers of the United States Park Police and the United States Capitol Police.
We thank Sen. Joe Donnelly for taking the time to meet with the FOP about this important issue.
Photo: (L to R) – USPPFOP Chair Ian Glick, Senator Joe Donnelly, USCPFOP Chair Gus Papathanasiou