NAPSO Representation Plan
NAPSO's Representation -- the Best in the Business !!
The Nevada Association of Public Safety Officers (NAPSO) is the largest affiliation of AFL-CIO public safety Associations in Nevada. NAPSO's background and experience means that we are able to provide statewide representation that law enforcement professionals deserve in the following areas (for more details, click "Legal Defense Plan" above):
Disciplinary Representation - NAPSO's Executive Director, its staff and its plan counsel vigorously defend member peace officers and protect their rights in disciplinary proceedings throughout Nevada. NAPSO representatives appear with member officers at every level of interview and hearing. Our track record in this area is the best in Nevada. NAPSO takes seriously the need to protect our members and their families when their jobs and their careers are threatened.
Contract Negotiations - NAPSO's representatives have a track record of successful collective bargaining negotiations throughout the state, and they work tirelessly to ensure that our members are the leaders in compensation and benefits in the law enforcement industry.
Litigation - When the need arises, NAPSO and its plan counsel may aggressively represent their member officers and associations in litigation matters involving the defense of on-duty criminal charges and civil lawsuits, FLSA, Injunctions to enforce MOU's and the Peace Officer Bill of Rights, and other actions deemed necessary to protect the best interests of our members.
Political Action - NAPSO and its affiliates, the National Coalition of Public Safety Officers (NCPSO) and the Communications Workers of America (CWA), AFL-CIO Local 9110, are the most powerful voice in Nevada law enforcement. From Carson City to Washington, D.C., law enforcement concerns are being heard by legislators and NAPSO is leading those efforts.
Organizing - Through its association with NCPSO and CWA Local 9110, AFL-CIO, NAPSO may elect to assist new law enforcement groups around the state to organize themselves, obtain recognition by their employers and commence the process of representation, bargaining and obtaining a political voice in their own affairs.