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  • Robert's Review, December 2019
    Updated On: Dec 09, 2019
    ROBERT DAVIS, Sgt.-At-Arms

    December is here once again. The year has flown by! I hope everyone is ready for Christmas. A new year is about to begin and we here at the PBA are looking forward to a new year and all that it has to offer. Now, let’s get down to business.

    I am so proud of my Corrections family. It seems that the time has come when Correctional Officers feel safe testifying on their own behalf. When I say testify what I am talking about is they now feel confident in the process and understand that they will not face any retaliation. You see folks, when I started here over four years ago, it was always me testifying on behalf of the officers, but now the officers feel confident to testify on their own behalf. What this does is allow these officers (whom the department policies affect) to now speak on how these policies really affect them. Let’s be real for a minute - we all know that the way policies are written and what actually is being done can sometimes be two different things. However, when it comes to discipline, it always comes back to what is the written policy. I will say that this new generation of officers is a lot more vocal and I for one enjoy the fact that I have the opportunity to represent them. 

    We will be having another Heart Bill seminar here at the PBA in January. As soon as I get the date I will be advising everyone via email. I will be adding PTSD to the list of Worker’s Comp issues that will be discussed in this seminar. As always in closing, stay safe out there.


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