If you are interested in OCSO gear, check out the post in the Members Only section. The shop is open only to OCSO employees, which is why it is in the members only section and all orders must be in by November 30, 2020.
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The Oakland County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Political Action Committee, or OCDSA-PAC, is an important component of the legislative representation OCDSA provides its members. The OCDSA-PAC will support the election of candidates that support the issues that are important to the members and their families. If you are interested in helping the PAC Committee , please fill out the following form, PAC Consent Form, and return it to a OCDSA Board Member. Just like it says on the form, this is
Members, Some people have reached out and were wondering about the Hazard Pay we have been receiving, during this pandemic. Oakland County has advised The Executive Board that the Hazard Pay will continue to May 28, 2020, which is when the Governer has extended her Executive Order until. Any further extension of the Hazard Pay will be discussed, if the need arises. If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask, the Executive Board can be reached by Clicking
Members, We have been informed, due to the current situation, that Oakland County Parks are not opening their campgrounds until June 25th. With our original picnic date of June 20, we had to pick a different date. The OCDSA Family Picnic has been rescheduled to August 29th and camping will be open as well. Any questions please contact Treasurer Eric Rymarz.
April 17, 2020 Dear Oakland County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Union Members: Words cannot express our sincere gratitude for your work on the front lines. We truly appreciate your commitment to our residents and this organization. As you know Governor Gretchen Whitmer extended the Stay Safe Stay Home Order from April 14 to April 30, 2020. We are committed to continuing hazard pay during this time period. When we originally started hazard pay for this pandemic, I don’t think anyone expected
Legacy Service Solutions is offering our mobile vehicle sterilization and antimicrobial coating process to all hospital employees and First Responders personal vehicles FOR FREE. All hospital staff, Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS workers are eligible for our free service. Our process includes an initial disinfectant sterilization, followed by a coating technology that covalently adheres to a surface creating a molecular bond with the surface/item to which it is applied, effectively bonding to the surface for at least 3 months even
Tonight, The Oakland County Board of Commissioners unanimously passed resolution #20057 which in short recognizes interest based arbitration to our members. The resolution recognized the ADOPTION OF POLICY RESPECTING THE PA 312 RIGHTS OF BARGAINING UNITS REPRESENTING PUBLIC SAFETY EMPLOYEES. In short, this grants us the ability to negotiate on a level playing field giving us the right to be heard by a third party arbitrator should negotiations end in a stalemate. I would like to thank those members of
The OCDSA wants to give a huge thank you and would like to honor the company Tegrit and the CEO Tim McClure. Several of our members and other first responders, medical personnel and essential workers have made the difficult decision to separate themselves from their family and stay at hotels and other temporary housing to keep their own family members safe. We were advised today that Tegrit has generously paid for the rooms for all the first responders and essential
Members, Just to remind everyone. Bump for the JAIL and DISPATCH is set for April 11. ROAD PATROL is delayed and will take effect APRIL 25.
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