Message from the Board of Directors The Executive Board will be making a decison at it's October Board meeting to determine whether or not we can hold the the Christmas Dinner/Dance which is currently scheduled for Friday, December 4, 2020 at 6:00pm.
Long time SLPLO Board Member (Ret.) Sgt. Jim Wurm
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of long time SLPLO Board Member, retired Sergeant James Wurm. Jim is a past President of the SLPLO, serving many years in that position and later became the Division 14 Representive, as a retired member. Jim's funeral announcement can be found by logging in to our site and clicking on the "Death Notices" tab. Rest in Peace, Sgt. Wurm. You will be missed.
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All dues paying members of the SLPLO are afforded legal assistance, if needed. You must receive authorization first, by contacting the Legal Committee Chairman or one of his representatives. Further information can be found by clicking on the "Legal Assistance" tab to the left of this message. You must be a registered member of the website to access this tab.
On February 15, 2012, the St. Louis Police Leadership Organization (SLPLO) solicited the Law Offices of Rick Barry, P.C., one of the most recognized Labor Attorneys in the area. Rick Barry sent a letter to the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners requesting the SLPLO be recognized as the potential bargaining agent for Commissioned Police Officers holding the ranks of Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major and Lt. Colonel.
I would like to thank all members who voted in the Pension Election and gave me their support. Now is the time when we need to stick together and fight for our rights and benefits.
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