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Agent Matuz and his family are experiencing serious hardships and need our help. Please click the links below for more information.

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The Matuz Family

The Family's Fundraiser

The Local 2544 Fundraiser

 

Stay tuned for an article on how management at Yuma, especially Wellton, completely messed up your pay reform meeting. The Union is currently gathering the facts and will publish the information as soon as possible. For now, not only does it appear that Chief Martin wants rank-and-file agents to know nothing about how the current legislation will affect them and their pay, but he has willingly and knowingly allowed his managers to ABUSE AUO by working more hours than necessary so they can line their pockets with taxpayers' money. While everyone else throughout the nation has reduced their hours due to budgetary constraints, Yuma management has done the exact opposite.They are operating in the same manner as the Commissioner's situation room. Although Chief Martin oversaw this illegal use and abuse of AUO, he is not the only culprit.  Chief Fisher was and is aware of the illegal usage of AUO by managers throughout the Agency. Remember the "Honor First" monicker of this failed Agency, because if you don't, it will be beaten into you. Unfortunately, management only expects "Honor" to be first with the rank-and-file, not themselves.

Just days before temporary duty (TDY) instructors were scheduled to report for duty at the USBP Academy, the U.S. Border Patrol notified instructors that they will be provided lodging at the Academy.  A similar notice was published on the CBP website, but oddly, that notice left off some important details about the lodging. Below are the pertinent parts of the notices:

Welcome to the new section of the National Border Patrol Council's website - The Real Border Wars. We hope you have taken the time to read the information that has been published to our website since the fiasco, formerly referred to as the CBP sequester, began several months ago.

Due to some false statements being made about the NBPC's current position, and inaccurate directives being issued at a few locations in the Border Patrol, the NBPC decided it was time to publish a series of articles. The initial articles will be intended to: dispel some rumors about the NBPC; clarify the official NBPC position; issue guidance to our members on what the Agency cannot do and what agents can do; and discuss the history and present some plausible theories as to why Border Patrol agents are repeatedly the target of disparate cuts proposed in CBP.

OT Lawsuit

If you are a border patrol agent who is a member of the NBPC union, click here for info to sign up for the overtime lawsuit.

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Member News

  • PBR Shows Why the Sport Always Stands for the American Flag +

    The National Border Patrol Council thanks the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) for this video, which honors those who made the ultimate Read More
  • Border Patrol Agent and his family displaced after fire destroys home +

    On November 6, 2017, Malta station BPA Michael Morser, his wife, and two daughters lost their home to a devastating Read More
  • Operational Mobility Announcement Now Open +

    The new Operational Mobility Announcement is now open, effective October 26, 2017 and will close on November 8, 2017. Applicants Read More
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Know Your Rights

  • DOL Publications +

    If you have any questions about the applicability of the Federal Employee Compensation Act (FECA) and its application in OWCP Read More
  • Hearing Loss Guidance +

    When an injured federal employee files a workers’ compensation claim for hearing loss, it is common to find challenges when Read More
  • Obey Now, Grieve Later +

    "Obey now, grieve later" - an employee should obey a supervisors lawful order and grieve the order later if the employee Read More
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