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Dinosaur32
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Last Activity: Today, 10:37 AM
Joined: 08-20-2005
Location: Suffolk County, New York
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  • If the agency that hired you was obligated to offer you the opportunity to join the pension system, you may be able to buy back both time and tier. There is case law on the subject. Cannot comment on how the tier assignment would work from system to system.
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to Retired ID And Badge
    Last time I looked, I believe revolvers are a form of pistol.
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to SCOTUS Ruling
    Curt......The problem is exacerbated when a public employee union like the NYC UFT or the SEIU (hospital workers) sends members to organize and lead protests against cops. This goes way beyond espousing a cause. It puts cops in danger. How can one union put the members of another at risk. LE unions...
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to SCOTUS Ruling
    Years ago a few officers (I was one) left our union to prove a point. We were complaining about the amount spent on political action as opposed to representation. In leaving we were forced to pay an "agency fee". We were later reimbursed the amount allegedly spent on political action.The amount...
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to SCOTUS Ruling
    Theoretically that could happen. But realistically it will not. Just about all employees would have to leave the union for it to be decertified. And the contract would not be torn up as the contract is between management and its employees, with the union only acting as the voice for the employees. Government...
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  • Dinosaur32
    replied to SCOTUS Ruling
    I am still waiting to learn how billionaires are involved in this case. Some, not all, public employee unions are more involved in politics than in actually representing their membership. The NYC teachers’ union and the NYC hospital workers’ union are prime examples.
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  • It’s difficult enough for the BIs to weed out applicants that might in the future take their lives, I cannot imagine a BI pushing someone through who has already made an attempt.
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  • In the world of NY LE, a psych interview will often bring up subjects like Remyshand raises.
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