Happy Thanksgiving!

MNPEA wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.

Special thanks to so many of our members who will be on duty keeping us safe.

No Dues increase!

MNPEA would like our members to know that once again there will be no dues increase for 2019-2021.

Dues will again remain at $39 a month.
Full membership includes:

*Full Legal protection on and off Duty.
*Lawyers at grievance and disciplinary hearings.
*Contract Negotiations
*Arbitration

As always MNPEA is non-political. There are no political endorsements or money being spent on politicians. Only members.

Welcome Stearns Co Sheriff’s Office Licensed Deputies

 

MNPEA welcomes aboard the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office Licensed Deputies!

Happy Veteran’s Day

MNPEA thanks all of our Veterans for their service!

 

2 Officers down in Mississippi

Our heart goes out to the families of our fallen comrades.

 

BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (WJTV) – Two Brookhaven police officers were shot to death early Saturday morning on North Sixth Street in Brookhaven.

Following the gunfire, more than 30 police vehicles were seen in the residential area at the triple intersection of Sixth, Hinds and Choctaw Streets and two men have been handcuffed and led away by police, according to Brookhaven Daily Leader.  (WJTV12)

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MNPEA mourns CO Joseph Parise

MNPEA mourns the loss of Oak Park Heights MCF Joseph Parise.
Joseph Parise who died after assisting a fellow CO who was being assaulted.

September 11, Never Forget!

Our eternal gratitude to the men and women who keep our country safe!

Happy Labor Day

MNPEA wishes all of you a Happy Labor Day.

For those of you working to make sure the rest of us are safe, a special thank you.

Remember, you and your spouse have on and off duty MNPEA Legal protection should you need it!

Have a safe holiday weekend.

Rest in Peace Joseph Gomm

Rest in Peace Joseph Gomm.
Thank you for your service.
Our heartfelt condolences for Joseph’s family and fellow
CO’s at MCF Stillwater.

Stillwater CO, Joseph Gomm killed on duty

According to the Star Tribune:

“An inmate serving time for homicide killed a corrections officer Wednesday afternoon in Stillwater prison, authorities said.

The attack occurred about 1:30 p.m. in an industry building, according to the state Department of Corrections (DOC). The killing prompted a lockdown of all state prisons.

The officer was identified as Joseph B. Gomm, who had been on the job for 16 years. He was taken to Regions Hospital and died there.”

Everyday Corrections Officers and Detention Deputies put on a uniform and protect the public from the criminals after they are removed from the streets. Quietly and out of sight they protect society performing a most dangerous job.

Our hearts go out to the family of Joseph Gromm, who gave his life protecting others.