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Trump Endorsement

President Donald J. TrumpPresident of the United States1600 Pennsylvania AvenueWashington DC. 20500 Tuesday September 22, 2020Dear President Trump,The Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association represents nearly 11,000 Corrections Employees in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Our members work inside some of the toughest prisons in the United States of America. On behalf of our members, we want …

Town Hall Meeting

We will be holding a Town Hall style meeting Friday September 18th at the Pleasant Gap Fire Hall. 475 Robinson LN Pleasant Gap, PA 16823. Meeting times will be 10:00am and 5:00pm. We will be discussing STAFF SAFETY, MISCONDUCTS, PROBLEMS WITH THE HEARING EXAMINERS, DRUGS AND THE COVID INMATE GIVE AWAY. We have commitments from …

PSCOA ISSUES STATEMENT ON WOLF ADMINISTRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT REFORMS

Harrisburg, Pa. (June 5, 2020) – Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association (PSCOA) President Larry Blackwell today issued the following statement on Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed law enforcement reforms:               “The members of the Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association courageously go to work each day to keep the peace in some of the most dangerous facilities …

One Year Contract Extension Passes

Brothers and Sisters, The vote for the one-year contract extension passed 4,131 YES – 443 NO.We appreciate all members who participated in this very important vote. The contract will provide a 2.5% general pay increase plus your step and longevity increases. The increase for health benefits is .25%, and the Corrections USA payroll slot will …

Corrections Week

Thank you to all H-1 members for your service and continued sacrifice in this extremely trying time. Corrections Employees are often overlooked and not thought of. Quite simply we are hidden in plain site from society. Most of society would like to forget that we even exist. Many never give a thought to the job …