Here you will find news and updates related to MCO’s advocacy efforts at the legislature and with department administration.
Officers may apply for the closer-to-home transfer during the month of October. For details, please refer to the Director’s Office Memorandum (DOM) subject: Assignment and Transfer for Security Unit Employees. […]
*Note: Contract updated on 8/17/22 to reflect the changes in appendices F & H. UPDATE: Wage scales for April 2022 – October 2023. MCO bargaining unit members are now under a […]
UPDATE 10/14/21: In our previous communications this week, we said eligible members should expect an invitation to vote on the contract by Oct. 15. Due to technical issues, invitations to […]
MCO is still working with an outside law firm to assist members with COVID-19-related workers compensation claims. Please contact The Law Offices of Charters, Tyler, Zack & Shearer, P. C. […]
May 2-8 is Correctional Officers Week! Thank you, officers, for keeping prisons and communities safe and secure. As front line staff behind the walls, officers put their personal safety on […]
Facing the constant risk of contracting COVID-19 on the job is not easy. It can create anxiety, depression, and symptoms of emotional distress that you may never have experienced before. […]
If you’ve been forced to use your annual leave or sick leave for COVID-19 illness or quarantine, email Governor Whitmer to tell her Corrections Officers and FSAs need their leave time. We were excluded from the CARES Act.
MCO Members, As the COVID-19 pandemic drags on, it continues to create extremely hazardous and stressful working conditions inside of all of the state prisons and the state forensic psychiatry […]