The PSO Officers Working at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Sterling Virginia for American
Sterling Virginia - On 8/19/2017 Thirty Protective Service Officers working for American Security Program (ASP) @ the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility in Sterling, Virginia voted unanimously in favor of becoming the newest members of the LEOSU-DC family.
While several other security unions tried to intervene in this election, these ASP officers made up their minds early that they wanted LEOSU-DC as their representative, noting that the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions LEOSU-DC had a great reputation in not only fighting for its members, but putting together the best strategies to achieve the best collective bargaining agreements in the industry as well its commitment to better service and train its members at all levels from membership training, shop steward training and local union leadership.
"Throughout Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC the word is spreading pretty quickly that the LEOSU-DC is the premier Security Union to go with" noted LEOSU-DC Organizing Director Steve Maritas. "Our organizing department is on fire, working 24/7. Just this month alone the LEOSU-DC has filed several National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) elections to represent the SPO's at two (2) American Security Programs (ASP) facilities in Washington DC, one for FEBA security services in DC, one for Chenega infinity in Maryland, one for Allied Universal, one for SecTek, which we are waiting for the results of in a mail ballot election and one for Coastal Security both in Washington DC".
We wish to welcome the PSO officers working for American Security Program (ASP) @ the U.S. Customs and Border Protection into the LEOSUS-DC into our family and thank you for putting your trust in us. We promise we will not let you down.