The Funeral for Detective Joseph Lemm will be held on Wednesday December 30, 2015 at 10am at St. Patrick’s Cathedral (5th Avenue between 50th/51st Streets New York, NY) Meeting point for the NYS Courts will be at the Southwest corner of 48th St and 5th Ave at 0800...
Month: December 2015
Please renew or apply for new ID Cards. An I.D. card for the closest members of your family. An invaluable piece of identification that says it all. Especially for the young ones in your family.
Detective Joseph Lemm put his city first and his country first. He dedicated his life to protecting others. As an Air National Guard this selfless New Yorker was one of the American’s killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan. Our prayers and sympathy go out to his family and loved ones and to all those who strive to keep us safe here at home and throughout the world. R.I.P. Detective Lemm.
In warm appreciation of our association
during the past year, we extend our
very best wishes for a happy holiday season.
The Executive Board
Results of Vacation Sweepstakes drawn at last night’s SCOA delegate meeting listed below. Thank you to everyone who participated and Congratulations to all the winners.
In light of last week’s memorandum from the Office of Court Administration announcing a one line increment for all Court Officers and Sergeants, there were many concerns about the implementation of this plan. The concerns centered around whether service time would be negatively affected for all, but especially those who have reached longevity steps. Many of the unions who are slated to have members receive this increase have been in daily communication discussing these issues. (Click link to continue reading)
SCOA President, Patrick Cullen and 2nd VP Anthony Vazquez with NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli at the AFL-CIO Annual Labor Celebration.
Today we were informed that after a lengthy review of title standards and content and volume of work the Office of Court Administration has decided to increase Court Officers and Sergeants one salary grade to reflect the job changes and additional responsibilities.
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday nominated Janet DiFiore, an experienced prosecutor and fellow Westchester County resident, to New York’s highest judicial post.