As of April 1, 2019, the calculation for the survivor pension benefit will be changing. This will only affect those active employees in the DB plan that choose a survivor […]
The MCO Enforcers and MDOC Black Knights hockey teams will face off for the first time ever! Join us at 8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14 at the Summit Sports and Ice […]
As we approach the end of 2018, MCO’s Move Forward campaign concludes with the value of Union. Move Forward has always been about much more than a simple poster, but […]
The Move Forward campaign ties together all of our recent efforts to promote professionalism in corrections and draws attention to the diverse and unique work expected of the modern-day corrections officer.
Two corrections officers stood alongside police officers, sheriffs’ deputies, and other law enforcement honored at the Michigan House of Representatives 9/11 Memorial Ceremony today.
The proposed budget includes funding for new recruits, but requires $10 million in cuts to be spread out among all facilities, except WHV. The Senate originally wanted to cut $41.6 million.
LANSING, Michigan—MCO-SEIU One Voice Campaign issued the following statement on the Michigan Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Corrections proposed cuts to the MDOC budget:
The Nov. 8, 2016 election is right around the corner. Are you prepared to vote?
UPDATE 7/30/15: Read the 4% decision and the RTW decision on the Supreme Court website. ORIGINAL POST 7/29/15: The Michigan Supreme Court has sided with the state in both the […]