Michigan Civil Service Commission launches new attack on unions

The Michigan Civil Service Commission is once again up to their union-busting tactics. They are preparing more rule changes, this time aiming to defund the unions and inconvenience our members. At their next scheduled meeting on July 13, 2020 they will vote on rule changes that will directly impact our union’s ability to collect membership […]

Attention members: Be on the lookout for Unemployment fraud

MCO has become aware that State officials in the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) are warning Michiganders that scammers are actively filing imposter unemployment claims, utilizing stolen or false information, in order to deceive the State and Federal Government and receive unemployment benefits fraudulently. According to a UIA press release and media reports, no personal […]

Join us at the 2020 MCO Crisis Fund Golf Outing

Again this year, MCO is proud to host a golf outing to support the MCO Crisis Fund. The fund assists dues-paying members grappling with a disaster, such as an on-the-job injury, sudden illness, or other devastating event. To those who support the fund, we thank you! Crisis Fund Golf Outing WHEN: Friday, Sept. 11. Registration […]

Celebrating your dedication and sacrifices during Correctional Officers Week

Update May 11: Like we mentioned last week, the governor put all proclamations on hold during this time of emergency. However, because we are essential staff who are working hard to keep others safe, the governor made a special exception and issued a proclamation for Correctional Officers Week. For the past four decades, MCO has […]

Governor appoints Cary Johnson to represent COs on Suicide Prevention Commission

MCO Recording Secretary Cary Johnson has been appointed to the governor’s Suicide Prevention Commission. Johnson, of JCF, will represent corrections officers on the commission. Johnson has led MCO’s efforts to raise awareness of PTSD and suicide among corrections staff and find solutions. She is one of 16 appointees to the commission by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. […]

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COVID-19 information from MCO

Below are updates from MCO concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, going back to March 31. For more information and the latest updates, dues-paying members may join our Facebook group. For the latest count of how many MDOC staff and inmates have been diagnosed with COVID-19, visit this post from the MDOC. Thank you, Corrections Officers and […]