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Bill to Enhance Retirement Benefits for Federal LEOs Introduced

According to the senators, certain federal law enforcement officers are not eligible for enhanced benefits even though they perform the same tasks as other law enforcement officers – an imbalance the legislation is designed to rectify.

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FLEOA Supports Moving Criminal Investigation Division from IRS to Main Treasury

New legislation proposes the creation of a Bureau of Criminal Investigation within the main Treasury.

FLEOA Supports Booker Bill for Equitable Federal Law Enforcement Pay and Benefits

Today, Senator Corey Book introduced the Law Enforcement Officers Equity Act, which would amend the definition of "law enforcement officer" to include uniformed officers from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Department of Veterans Affairs Police Department.

FLEOA Stands With Lawmakers on Sentencing Reductions

"Reversing policies that have significantly decreased crime and replacing them with new initiatives that would unleash thousands of violent offenders is in no way a reasonable proposition."

House Passes Federal Law Enforcement Protection Legislation

The House of Representatives passed the Federal Law Enforcement Self-Defense and Protection Act, which would ensure federal LEOs could carry their government-issued firearms and credentials during a government shutdown or furlough.

FLEOA Endorses Sanctuary Cities Bill

Following Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's refusal to reverse the city's sanctuary city policy, Senator Pat Toomey has re-introduced the "Stop Sanctuary Policies and Protect Americans Act," which FLEOA supports.

FLEOA Hails Introduction of U.S. Probation Officer Protection Act

Today, the national president of the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association praised the introduction of legislation in the House and Senate to enhance the safety of frontline U.S. Probation Officers.

Law Enforcement Absent From White House Criminal Justice Event

A White House event regarding the economic impact of the criminal justice system held today should have included law enforcement on the panel, FLEOA asserts.

You Have the Right to Remain Vocal

When the Founding Fathers drafted the Constitution, they didn't exclude law enforcement officers from the right to free speech. So we do not have to remain silent while the fringe voices a cacophony of anti-police rhetoric.

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FLEOA Names Sheriff Clarke Law Enforcement Leader of the Year

Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. of Milwaukee County, WI, was given the Law Enforcement Leader of the Year Award from the Federal Law Enforcement Officer Association Foundation (FLEOA).