United Federation of Special
Police and Security Officers, Inc.
We are a not-for-profit
labor organization for Special Police and Security Officers in the United States of
America, incorporated, in Washington, D.C., and operating under
Section 501(c)(5) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Steve Reilly, Vice President for New York State Federation
of Police, inc., and United Federation of Police Officers Inc. Steve Reilly is
currently undergoing dialysis and has recently gone through triple by-pass
surgery. While he is doing well regarding the surgery, Steve is in need
of a Kidney. If anyone might be or know of someone that would possibly be
interested in donating a Kidney, they are urged to contact the Westchester
Medical Center Transplant Center at 914-493-1990 for more information.
Steve is retired from the Village of Ossining Police Department he has been
with the Federation for over 30 years... He is a long time member of the
Westchester County Police Emerald Society...Thanks and God Bless…
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In a National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) election for Security Officers at Secur-it in Long Island, New York yesterday, your Union, the United Federation of Special Police & Security Officers, Inc. (UFSOP) was
promote the welfare of our members, including greater acknowledging
of their professionalism, betterment of working conditions and
financial security for the individual members and their dependents; to
endorse, support and propose legislation beneficial to our members and
oppose any legislation contrary to the members' mutual well-being and
Ralph M. Purdy
Hector F. Fajardo
We must learn from History...
"In our glorious fight for Civil Rights, we must guard against being fooled by false slogans such as
'RIGHT TO WORK.'
It provides no rights and no work.
Its purpose is to destroy Labor Unions and the freedom of Collective Bargaining ... we demand this fraud be stopped."
Speaking on right to work laws in 1961.....
Martin Luther King, Jr.