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April 22, 2018
NJLECOA Legal Services and Scholarship Program are ACTIVE!

The NJLECOA has posted the Legal Services and the Scholarship Application in the Important Links section. All the information you need is provided. The NJLECOA Executive Board has been working hard to get these programs drafted and completed for our members. The March 1st deadline for the 2018 Scholarship has been waived for this year only.

Comedy Show

Support a fellow NJLECOA Member on April 28, 2018 and enjoy dinner and a comedy show.

Correctional Police Major

 (8) Correction major shall be retitled as Correctional Police Major    b.1 The title changes 1[authorized] provided under this section   shall apply to all [correction] corrections officers employed by the  New Jersey Department of [Correction] Corrections1 and the   Juvenile Justice Commission. S-1651      4.

New Events & Announcements Link

Check out the Events & Announcements Link in the Member Resource Area. This section will give you information on up coming events and announcements of the Association. If you have an event or announcement you would like shared with the other members such as retirement parties, death notices, charity events, thank you letters etc, please email Trevor.Beatty@NJLECOA.

NJLECOA Life Insurance Proposal

The Executive Board is proud to be able to give back to our members and have been working diligently to obtain a life insurance policy at no additional cost to the member. The proposed policy is a $20,000 benefit with a double indemnity clause for accidental death raising the benefit to $40,000.
Download: Life Insurance Proposal.pdf

Gov Christie 200 Million Dollar Drug Initiative

Narcan. The New Jersey Department of Corrections is allocating $1.2 million to train DOC custody staff on the administration of Narcan and provide each staff member with a dose to carry on their person in case of an inmate emergency. The funding also will provide one Narcan dose to each inmate being released, estimated to be about 10,000 each year. Since April 2014, there have been more than 32,000 deployments of Narcan by law enforcement and EMS agencies throughout New Jersey including more than 9,500 deployments for 2017 thus far.  

A Gift From Capt Buscio

FREE cardiovascular screening by Deborah Heart and Lung.

Collective Negotiations Agreement 2011 - 2015

Please see the final version of the 2011-2015 collective negotiations agreement between the State of New Jersey and NJLECOA, which is attached for your convenience in PDF.  In addition, the document was posted on the union website under contracts.
Download: NJLECOA (Captains) 7-1-11 to 6-30-15.pdf

HRB 99-01 Drug Testing Policy

As discussed at the December Monthly Meeting, Please see the Department of Corrections, Human Resources Bulletin 99-01 as amended November 6, 2009 "Drug Testing Policy", which is attached for your convenience in PDF.
Download: C3 - HRB 99-01 - Drug Testing Policy.pdf


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A Gift from Capt Buscio
Updated On: Apr 29, 2017

The “Gift from Captain Buscio” cardiovascular screening program at DEBORAH Heart and Lung Center is overseen by Tom Campbell, DEBORAH's Director of Marketing/Media/PR, who forged partnerships about 20 years ago with the volunteer and career state firefighter organizations of New Jersey, personally offering his availability to assist these heros in obtaining access to all Deborah’s services—and since early 2012, we’ve had an official partnership with the NJSPBA!

After hearing Tom address one of the firefighter annual conventions 14 years ago, Donna Buscio, the widow of a 39-year-old career firefighter who suddenly died of a massive heart attack, contacted him about coordinating this non-funded cardiovascular screening program at Deborah, in her husband’s memory.  Tom has been very pleased to oversee this outstanding voluntary-participation program, which encourages all NJ Jersey’s heroic police members (including DoC), firefighters, and first responders statewide to receive a cardiovascular screening for potential work-related health risks—at no out-of-pocket expense! We will access insurance if the participant is insured, but regardless, no one will receive any bills/co-pays/deductibles for this program or any service at DEBORAH. 

A note: Donna Buscio also asked her family physician to organize a screening program for northern Jersey participants (973.596.1200), which takes place in two appointments; the first visit is to Newark Airport, where testing is done in a hanger. Several weeks later, the participant will meet with a cardiologist in his/her office to review the test results. If recommendations for further assessment are made—such as for a cardiac catheterization, carotid ultrasound, angiography, or calcium scoring/CT scan, etc.—please be assured you are welcome to fax scripts for these tests to DEBORAH (609.893.3134), where you’ll be scheduled and receive no bills whatsoever. You may also contact us for further evaluation and/or a second opinion.

After initial screening, the participant will then meet with one of DEBORAH’s specialty cardiologists, who will review all test results with him/her (in conjunction with family health risk history and current state of health) and, as necessary, make recommendations for additional diagnostic tests for further assessment and evaluation.  About one-third of program participants have not needed secondary testing, but approximately two-thirds have needed additional onsite testing—perhaps a nuclear stress test, echocardiogram, calcium scoring test/CT scan, pulmonary stress test, angiography, etc.—to rule out, confirm or further diagnose a condition.  **Please keep in mind that, as a specialty cardiac, pulmonary and vascular center, we are not able to offer a general health assessment (i.e., we cannot perform eye and hearing examinations or other general tests).

Please feel free to access the website’s homepage ([http://www.demand%20Deborah.org]www.demand Deborah.org) to read an overview of this wonderful program and Mrs. Buscio’s account of its founding. (By the way, Donna is considered to be a marvelous hero herself, turning a terrible tragedy for her family into a truly life-saving opportunity for NJ’s police and firefighters!)

If you would like to be scheduled for this lifesaving program at DEBORAH, please call 1.800.555.1990, option 4.


Upcoming Events
Dinner and a Show
Apr 28, 2018
Cassville Fire Company 785 Miller Ave Jackson NJ 08525
Contract Negotiation Meeting
May 01, 2018
Monthly General Membership Meeting
May 10, 2018
Bung’s Tavern 2031 Route 130 N Burlington, NJ 08016
MASCA Conference
May 20, 2018
Mystic Connecticut
MASCA Conference
May 21, 2018
Mystic Connecticut
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