Keeping Kids Safe Inc. is teaming up with State Representative Amy Volk,-District 127, Scarborough and State Sentate Candidate District 38, Gorham, Scarborough and Buxton (http://www.amyformaine.com) to raise money for Keeping Kids Safe Inc. and help victims of sex trafficking in Southern Maine.
A great invitation and opportunity to do some fraternal socializing with our brothers and sisters from the Maine Police Emerald Society. See below for details. For More info go to:
Come join the Maine Police Emerald Society for an evening of fun, socializing, and a scenic cruise around Casco Bay.
Dear fellow Public Safety personnel:
We are happy to announce the return of our annual golf tournament to benefit the Special Olympics of Maine. The details are outlined in the attached brochure. As in the past, we are looking forward to your department members joining us.
The official site www.stevearkell.com has been created in partnership with Chief Tara Laurent to accept online or credit card donations directly into the Mrs. Stephen Arkell TD Bank Trust Fund set up for her through the Police Association. It is the ONLY official fundraising website.
For checks, here is the Name and Address of Official Fund:
U.S. Steel wins Supreme Court labor fight
Mon, Jan 27 2014
By Lawrence Hurley
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to employers on Monday by ruling that a group of unionized steel workers does not have to be paid for the time they spend "donning and doffing" safety gear before and after their shifts.
It is with deep sadness that the Maine Association of Police announces the death of Bill Troubh on November 8th, 2013. There is no one person that MAP owes its existence to more than Bill, who brought a small group of police officers together in 1975 to create a better voice for Maine Law Enforcement.
The following overview summarizes the changes that are being recommended by the Participating Local District Advisory Committee (PLD Committee). Changes in rates were submitted to the MainePERS Board of Trustees for approval and implementation. The remaining changes require legislative approval and were submitted to the Legislature in January, 2013 to meet the cloture requirement.