The rumor that the Ajo Border Patrol Station has had Administratively Uncontrollable Overtime (AUO) decertified is false. An email put out by management restricted the use of AUO at the Ajo station, but has been rescinded pending the review of AUO by Customs and Border Protection.
As of this time the only station that has had AUO decertified is the Grand Marais Border Patrol Station.
IMPORTANT: To participate in the lawsuit that is going to be filed on behalf of NBPC members to recover overtime pay for unpaid work, NBPC members must complete, sign, and mail the below consent-retainer form to Woodley & McGillivary at:
WOODLEY & MCGILLIVARY
1101 Vermont Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005
The National Border Patrol Council wishes to thank Glenn Beck and Mercury One for the recent contribution to the Border Patrol Agents Legal Defense and Relief Fund. Their generous contribution will go towards helping Border Patrol agents in need and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
We appreciate greatly that Mr. Beck and Mercury One have recognized the hard work and sefless dedication of Border Patrol agents nationwide. It is good to know that there are those willing to stand shoulder to shoulder with Border Patrol agents and to assist in "Protecting Those Who Protect Our Borders."
Chief Patrol Agent John Pfeifer is disregarding the exclusive representative of Swanton Sector agents and has let his managers run amuck. His actions have revealed that there are two standards in Swanton Sector: one for managers and another for Union members. Union members are being held to higher standards of conduct and facing greater levels of discipline for violating those standards.
The Union has repeatedly brought their concerns to Chief Pfeifer only to have them ignored. This failure of Chief Pfeifer to take the Union’s concerns seriously has given a green light to Patrol Agent In Charge (PAIC) Kuhn of the Beecher Falls Station to conduct operations in a dangerous manner.