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AFSCME wants to limit your right to choice.

FYI, On May 18th, 2020 AFSMCE Local 4041 filed an Amicus Brief with the EMRB attempting to take away your legislatively approved rights under NRS 289 titled Peace Officer Bill of Rights (nationally, some of the strongest protected peace officer rights) including the right to choose whom can represent you in grievances, hearings, and investigations. This is a one sided attempt to seize and undermine your rights. This does nothing to protect a single Nevada Peace Officer. The National FOP and another association responded with briefs to counter AFSCME's attempted power grab. Ask AFSCME members why they would want to interfere and take away your rights after decades of legislative lobbying efforts to secure theses rights for you? Don’t believe it? These briefs are posted towards the bottom of the know your rights section on our homepage. Spread the word to your fellow officers.

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Well said brother!

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I don't believe this will be approved by the EMRB, It should always lie in the hands of the employee who he/she choses to represent them in hearings related to the disciplinary process. NRS 289 has been Officers saving grace when it comes to fighting flawed and unfair disciplinary actions, the right to choose your own representation during the disciplinary process helps to keep union\associations from becoming compromised in a way that unions become a source to control employees in a manner that benefit state agencies. If this is about negotiating a contract then fine, that exclusitivity has already been assigned but thats where it stops. Any attempt to modify employee rights guaranteed under NRS 289 is a terrible idea,…


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24 may 2020

When has AFSCME ever done anything good?

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Still not decided, the EMRB is set to discuss this matter on 5-27. I am confident that this attempt by NHPA and AFSCME will not be successful.

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24 may 2020

Sounds like the afscme a-holes are just pissed that people prefer FOP and refuse to join afscme so they are trying to make it so they are the only people that can represent anyone under investigation. Meaning that even if u choose not to be part of either organization and have your own lawyer on retainer, you couldn't you him/her either. They are all about control and power. Hate all of FOP cause they know they wont last more than 1 term as union reps. Just my opinion, I haven't read anything but this post, but I know afscme and how dirty they are.

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