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AFGE CELEBRATES NATIONAL POLICE WEEK

President Gage with members of the law enforcement committee, along with a few TSOs.

The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is proud to participate in the recognition of those who sacrificed and devoted their service to law enforcement by celebrating the Annual National Police Week (May 15 – May 21).

Several members of AFGE law enforcement community have traveled to Washington, D.C. to be part of the pre- Police week activities which started Thursday, May 12 with the annual Top Cops dinner sponsored by the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) and a memorial service Friday, May 13 at the Law Enforcement Memorial. Among those attending pre-Police week and police activities are   National Border Patrol Council president, George McCubbin, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council president, Christopher Crane, and representatives of Law Enforcement Steering Committee.

 One of the attendees, AFGE Local 2281 2nd Vice President Barbara Heckman-Sauer was interviewed on AFGE’s “Inside Government” Radio Program, www.insidegovernmentradion.com. Listen here (http://www.afge.org/Index.cfmpage=InsideGovernment&from=home) to hear Heckman-Sauer discuss her work with the
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and her fight to defend workplace protections for police officers in the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Check out the “Inside Government” Interview with AFGE Local 2281 2nd Vice President  Barbara Sauer: Download Inside Government – Barbara Heckman Sauer Interview

Also, visit the AFGE Federal Law Enforcement Committee’s official website to stay up to date regarding law enforcement news, issues, and meeting minutes: http://www.afgelawenforcement.org/

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