CITY COUNCIL HEARING ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 AT 1100 HOURS

On Wednesday, September 28, 2022, the NY City council will be holding a hearing concerning the passing of a bill to prohibit the Correction Department from placing any inmate in Restrictive Housing. We need your support.to convince the City Council to vote down this proposal. If you can be there in person, it would be greatly appreciated. If you cannot attend in person, you can still view the proceedings on Zoom. The public can testify in person or submit a written testimony. Go to this website for further information: https://council.nyc.gov/testify. Go to the "CURRENT & ARCHIVED NEWS" page to see the CCA Bulletin that was issued to the membership.

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UNIT BARGAING PROPOSAL APPROVED BY THE MEMBERSHIP

The CCA is happy to announce that the Unit Bargaining portion of our current contract was overwhelmingly approved by the membership. Details about the payment of any monies owed will be forthcoming from the Office of Labor Relations.


Wednesday
October 19, 2022

Delegates: 1300 Hrs
Membership: 1800 Hrs

Antun's
96-43 Springfield Blvd.
Queens Village, NY 11426
718.468.6400

Doors open to the membership at 1700 hours. Please be advised that all Covid-19 policies and protocols will be enforced. We hope to see you there!
On behalf of the CCA Executive Board, I would like to wish you all a healthy and happy New Year. With the changing of the calendar, our city welcomes a new Mayor, Eric Adams. Mayor Adams is a welcome change to what we all had to live through for the past eight years. With the new administration in City Hall, our Department has welcomed a new Commissioner, Louis A. Molina. First Vice President Paul Idlett and I have met with Commissioner Molina along with COBA President Benny Boscio, Jr. to welcome him and had a excellent conversation. I am confident that Commissioner Molina will address the problems and issues that you all face on a daily basis. We look forward to working with him to make the facilities safer and more secure for all of us who walk those corridors every single day - uniformed and non-uniformed staff and inmates alike. Mayor Adams has already stated that the segregation of inmates who assault someone must be separated, not only for the safety of staff, but for the safety of those who are incarcerated that do not resort to violence. We need to work together to return the facilities back to the safe and secure places they once were.

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