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The NCEU Wins Arbitration - 5 Day Suspension Overturned
Following a departmental investigation, An NCEU member from the Hampden County Sheriff's Department was issued a five-day suspension for "improper conduct" and "lack of candor". Read More...
The NCEU Supports and Sponsors Members to attend the 2014 WICJ Conference
Since the NCEU's inception in 2008, the Union strongly supports the hardworking women whom chose to work in one of the hardest, most physically and mentally challenging jobs in society - that of a corrections officer. The NCEU recognizes and admires the significant contributions women make on a daily basis to the corrections profession and the law enforcement field as a whole. This year alone, the NCEU is proud to sponsor eleven (11) women from various county correctional facilities across Massachusetts to participate in this very important and special event - 2014 Women in Criminal Justice Conference. On behalf of the NCEU, thank you for all of your continued courage, strength, professionalism and dedication to the corrections profession and the law enforcement field at large. Read More...
Massachusetts Bill Would Prevent Shackling of Inmates During Childbirth
BOSTON (State House News Service) – A legislative committee has recommended a bill that would prohibit state and county correctional facilities from shackling pregnant women during child birth, according a coalition of human rights and medical groups. The Joint Committee on Public Safety has released the bill (S 1171) sponsored by Sen. Karen Spilka, an Ashland Democrat. Read More...
NCEU Wins Arbitration Suspension Overturned
The NCEU wins an arbitration for an officer from York County Maine that was considered to be sleeping by a coworker and subsequently management.  The Officer received a three (3) day suspension for sleeping/being inattentive to her duties on two (2) occasions based on her fellow officer’s report and a video that was produced by the captain of operations. The York County Commissioners upheld the discipline imposed by the Captain Read More...
Download: Excessive Discipline - Cyr.pdf News Headlines:
Jail inmate dies after apparent suicide, by Kevin Jenkins @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 15:43:00 -0000
American penitentiaries emphasize the need for sustainability, by Tom Szaky @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:38:00 -0000
Prison food contractors disciplined more often , by @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:37:00 -0000
SD Corrections Board To Discuss Reforms, Policy, by @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:35:00 -0000
Bills will strengthen prison guard investigations, by @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:33:00 -0000
Suspected NC fugitive from 1970s caught in Waterloo, by Jeff Reinitz @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:31:00 -0000
Workshops look at transforming Pa. inmates, by Vernon Clark @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:27:00 -0000
Local prisons observe National Crime Victims' Week, by Jaclyn Randall @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:24:00 -0000
Iowa Senate spending bill would hire more troopers, prison employees, by William Petroski @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:24:00 -0000
Male Inmate Seriously Injured in Anchorage Jail Assault, by Chris Klint @ Wed, 16 Apr 2014 13:22:00 -0000

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