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Security Police Fire Union                                                                                         25510 Kelly Road Roseville, MI 48066

This Security Police Fire Union out of Roseville, MI has a long history of Embezzlement and Corruption within its union as well as a number of Department of Labor and NLRB Violations.

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Security Police Fire Union President in Michigan Sentenced for Embezzlement

On February 15, Devon Madray, former president of Security Police Fire Union Local 119, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan to five years of probation, and ordered to pay $20,097 in restitution and a $100 special assessment, for embezzling funds from the Roseville, Mich. union.  She had pleaded guilty last October after being indicted in July.  The actions follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Kentucky Security Officers Local Secretary Sentenced for Theft

On October 25, Laura Cloyd, former financial secretary of Security Police Fire Union Local 112, was sentenced in Campbell County, Kentucky Circuit Court to three years of diversion and ordered to pay $1,669 in restitution for theft of funds from the Alexandria, Ky.-based union.  She had pleaded guilty in September after being indicted in July.  The actions follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

SECURITY POLICE FIRE UNION President in Michigan Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

On October 24, Devon Madray, president of Security Police Fire Union Local 119, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan to one count of embezzling $20,097 in funds from the Roseville (suburban Detroit) union.  She had been indicted in July.  The actions follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Washington, D.C. Security Professionals Secretary-Treasurer Sentenced

On November 25, Milton Hilliard, former secretary-treasurer of Security Police Fire Union Local 287, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to 180 days of home confinement with electronic monitoring and three years of probation for embezzling $34,612 from the Washington, D.C. union. He also was ordered to pay full restitution plus a $4,000 fine. Hilliard had pleaded guilty in August after being indicted in July. The actions follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Security Professionals Secretary-Treasurer in Washington, D.C. Pleads Guilty

On August 28, Milton Hilliard, former secretary-treasurer of Security Police  Fire Union Local 287, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to one count of embezzlement in the amount of $34,612 from the Washington, D.C.-based union. He had made unauthorized cash withdrawals and personal purchases from a union account. Hilliard had been charged in July with embezzling $25,575. The charge and plea follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

D.C. Security Professionals Treasurer Charged with Embezzlement

On July 29, Milton Hilliard, former secretary-treasurer of Security Police  Fire Union Local 287, was charged in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in an information count with one count of embezzlement in the amount of $25,575 from the Washington, D.C.-based union. The charge follows an investigation by the Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

New Orleans-Area Security Professionals President Sentenced

On September 5, Wayne Boudoin, former president of Security Police Fire Union Local 709, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana to two years of probation, including six months of home confinement, for embezzling funds from the Houma, La. union over a more than seven-year period. He also was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $16,398. Boudoin previously had made $20,988 in restitution. He had pleaded guilty in May after being charged in April. The actions follow a probe by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.

Security Professionals President in Louisiana Pleads Guilty to Theft

On May 30, Wayne Boudoin, formerly president of Security Police Fire Union Local 709, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana to embezzling $16,367.96 in funds from the Houma, La. union over a more than seven-year period. He had been charged in April. The charge and guilty plea follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

SPFPA Kimberly Fields, Corruption,

Former President of Texas Security Local Found Guilty; Sentenced

On November 5, Kimberly Fields, former law officer and president of Security Police Fire Union Local 300, was found guilty by a jury in the Texas 176th Criminal District Court (Harris County) for theft from the Houston union. Two days later, on November 7, she was sentenced to three years of home confinement and ordered to pay $5,644.40 in restitution plus a $5,000 fine. The sentencing follows an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Virginia Local Security Employees President Sentenced for Embezzlement

On April 6, Joseph Meizlik, former president of Security Police, Fire Union Local 454, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to four years of probation for embezzling $9,122.44 in funds from the Fort Lee, Va.-based union. He also was ordered to pay full restitution and a $100 special assessment. Meizlik had been charged in December and pleaded guilty in January. The actions follow an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Security/Police/Firefighters Local Secretary in Michigan Charged

On November 23, Sherry Thompson, former financial secretary for Security Police, Fire Union Local 121, was charged in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan with embezzling $17,578.62 in funds from the Detroit union. She also was charged with making false entries in union financial records and filing a report based on those entries. The charge follows a probe by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Ex-President of Security Professionals Local in Illinois Sentenced

On December 17, James Correll, former president of Security Police Fire Union Local 238, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois to two years probation, the first six months in home detention, for embezzling $22,278 in funds from the Morrison, Ill.-based union during March 2003-August 2008. He also will have to make full restitution. Correll had pleaded guilty in August. The guilty plea and sentencing follow an investigation by the Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Wisconsin Security Professionals Local Secretary-Treasurer Sentenced

On October 6, Craig Bohn, former financial secretary-treasurer of Security Police Fire Union Local 558, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin to one year of probation, and was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine and a $100 special assessment. He previously had made $5,000 in restitution to the Green Bay union. Bohn had pleaded guilty in June to creating false union records to cover theft. The sentencing follows an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Security Professionals Local President in Illinois Pleads Guilty

On August 19, James Patrick Correll, former president of Security Police Fire Union Local 238, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois to embezzling $22,278 from the Morrison, Ill. (northwest part of the state) union. The guilty plea follows an investigation by the Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Georgia Security Police Fire Unions Financial Secretary Sentenced

On December 1, Dianne Drawdy, former financial secretary of Security Police Fire Union Local 576, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia to six months imprisonment and three years of supervised release for embezzlement of $17,900 from the Baxley-based union. She also will have to pay $18,818.74 in restitution. Drawdy pled guilty in July. The sentencing follows a probe by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.

Security Employees Secretary in Georgia Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement

On July 31, Dianne Drawdy, former financial secretary of Security, Police Fire Union Local 576 in Baxley, Georgia, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia to embezzling union funds in the amount of $17,900. She had been charged in April following an investigation by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.…

Excalibur security officers reject union representation

Las Vegas Review-JournalMar 1, 2017
… rejected union representation, but in December, an effort to unionize 260 security guards at Mandalay Bay by the Security Police Fire Union was approved in a …

MGM Casino, Local Union Face Federal Charges for Playing Fast …

National Right to Work Foundation (blog)Jan 6, 2015
Because the contract between the Security Police Fire Union Local 1111 union and MGM Grand Detroit has expired, Michigan’s 2012 Right to Work law now …

Security Union Officials Hit With Federal Labor Board Charges for …

National Right to Work Foundation (blog)Nov 9, 2010
… has recognized the Security Police, Fire union hierarchy as their monopoly bargaining agent.

Workers Hit Unions with Federal Charges for Illegal Union Dues Seizures Despite Worker Vote to End the Compulsion

ith free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, two local workers have filed unfair labor practice charges against the Security Police Fire Union and its Local 247.

Juan Vielma

[En español] Juan sitting beside union officials “termination request” against him for refusing to pay union fees Juan Vielma, 58, was a security guard of 17 years in El Paso, Texas. That is, until he dared to oppose a union. When union officials persuaded his employer to suspend him without pay for exercising his legal […]

MGM Casino, Local Union Face Federal Charges for Playing Fast and Loose with Worker’s Rights

MGM Casino, Local Union Face Federal Charges for Playing Fast and Loose with Worker’s Rights Case underscores importance of Right to Work protections for Michigan workers Detroit, MI (January 6, 2015) – An area MGM Grand Detroit casino employee has filed federal charges against a local security guard union and the casino for blocking her from exercising her rights guaranteed under Michigan’s Right to Work law.

MGM Casino, Local Union Face Federal Charges for Playing Fast and Loose with Worker’s Rights

Detroit, MI (January 6, 2015) – An area MGM Grand Detroit casino employee has filed federal charges against a local security guard union and the casino for blocking her from exercising her rights guaranteed under Michigan’s Right to Work law.With free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation, Johnnie Cullens of Detroit filed the unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).On November 18, Cullens, an MGM Grand Detroit employee since 2001, delivered a letter to her employer and the Security Police Fire Union Local 1111 union notifying them that she was resigning her union membership and revoking her union dues deduction authorization – a document used by union officials to collect dues from workers’ paychecks. She also sent the letters by certified mail to the union on November 21.

Security Union Officials Hit With Federal Labor Board Charges for Forcing Employees into Union

Security Union Officials Hit With Federal Labor Board Charges for Forcing Employees into Union Stealth union organizing campaign springs union boss control over employees without even a vote Flint, MI (November 9, 2010) – A group of eight Securitas Security Services employees filed federal charges against a local union and their employer earlier this week for illegally forcing union monopoly representation and mandatory union fees on the employees without a showing of majority support for the union.

Security Union Officials Hit With Federal Labor Board Charges for Forcing Employees into Union

Flint, MI (November 9, 2010) – A group of eight Securitas Security Services employees filed federal charges against a local union and their employer earlier this week for illegally forcing union monopoly representation and mandatory union fees on the employees without a showing of majority support for the union. With free legal aid from the National Right to Work Foundation, the employees – who are employed by Securitas in Grand Blanc – recently learned that their employer has recognized the Security Police Fire Union hierarchy as their monopoly bargaining agent. The employees were unaware of any union organizing campaign occurring in their workplace and a vote never took place. Federal labor law requires that union officials must show majority support within a workplace before company officials can recognize the union.

Fort Jackson Security Guard Takes Courageous Stand Against Repeated Union Boss Threats and Abuses

Fort Jackson Security Guard Takes Courageous Stand Against Repeated Union Boss Threats and Abuses National Labor Relations Board agents investigate charges after Right to Work Foundation attorneys join worker’s efforts Columbia, South Carolina (October 30, 2009) – A local employee of Wackenhut Services, Inc, a security service provider contracted with Fort Jackson, is fighting back against compulsory unionism after union officials illegally attempted to have him fired from his job for refusing to pay forced union dues.

Fort Jackson Security Guard Takes Courageous Stand Against Repeated Union Boss Threats and Abuses

Columbia, South Carolina (October 30, 2009) – A local employee of Wackenhut Services, Inc, a security service provider contracted with Fort Jackson, is fighting back against compulsory unionism after union officials illegally attempted to have him fired from his job for refusing to pay forced union dues. In September 2008, Ronald I. Paul filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) challenging Wackenhut and International Union, Security Police Fire Union and its affiliated Local 339 union bosses after Wackenhut fired him in August 2008 for refraining from formal, dues paying union membership.  The charges were eventually settled in December of 2008 and Paul continued his employment.

Union Officials Balk at Election to Get Employees’ Names and Home Addresses

Leaders of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe are up in arms because Security Police Fire Union officials filed a petition with the National Labor Relations Board for a representation election of their casino security personnel only to pull the plug at the last minute. Meanwhile, Security Police Fire Union officials told The Morning Sun that they never had any intention of going through with the election: “…the union simply wanted to get the list of names and addresses of the casino security and surveillance personnel the union hopes to organize.” Tribe representatives called the move a “manipulation” of the system, point out that two previous organizing attempts have failed, and question the NLRB’s jurisdiction over their employees in the first place.

Vielma, SPFPA

Another Corpus Christi Security Guard Files Charges After Illegal ‘Pay Union Dues or Be Fired’ Threat

**Corpus Christi, TX (September 5, 2007)** – For the second time in six months, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation attorneys have helped a security guard employed by Asset Protection and Security Services file unfair labor practice charges after union officials threatened workers with termination if they failed to pay union dues. Under Texas’ […]

Security Guard Forces Employer to Settle After Unlawfully Threatening Firings for Refusal to Pay Union Dues

**Corpus Christi, TX (August 1, 2007)** – A security guard helped by attorneys at the National Right to Work Foundation has forced Asset Protection and Security Services (Asset) to settle federal charges he filed in April after company and union officials required him to pay union dues in violation of Texas’ Right to Work law. […]

Employee Rights Group Reacts to Attorney General Abbott’s Long-sought Legal Action to Enforce Texas’ Right to Work Law

**Corpus Christi & El Paso, TX** (July 24, 2007) – National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation Vice President Stefan Gleason made the following statement regarding Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott’s long-sought legal action this afternoon to initiate the state’s enforcement of the highly popular Right to Work law: “The National Right to Work Foundation […]

Federal Labor Board to Prosecute Union for Threatening to Have Security Guards Fired for Refusal to Pay Union Dues

**Corpus Christi, TX (July 9, 2007)** – Spearheading an effort to prevent erosion of Texas’ highly popular Right to Work law, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation attorneys have persuaded National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) officials to prosecute a union for unlawfully threatening local security guards’ jobs. But the state’s own prosecutors have yet […]

Employee Rights Group Wins Security Guard’s Reinstatement After Year-Long Suspension for Refusal to Pay Union Dues

El Paso, TX (June 28, 2007) – After a year-long ordeal, El Paso security guard Juan Vielma received an offer of full reinstatement to his job yesterday after he was illegally suspended in 2006 without pay – in violation of Texas’ Right to Work law. But a national employee rights organization pressed the state’s top […]

Employee Rights Advocate Urges Attorney General to Prosecute Pattern of Apparent Union Fraud and Violations of Texas Right to Work Law

**Springfield, VA (June 21, 2007)** – While defending several employees’ legal rights, attorneys from the National Right to Work Foundation have uncovered evidence that Security Police Fire Union officials in Texas have apparently been engaging in a fraudulent scheme to force potentially thousands of employees to pay union dues in […]

Federal Labor Board Finds Union Officials Guilty of Forcing Firing of Security Guard Who Didn’t Pay Dues

**El Paso, TX (June 18, 2007)** – After attorneys from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation helped Juan Vielma file federal charges at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), an administrative law judge ordered the local security guard’s reinstatement and back pay for his unlawful firing for exercising his right to cutoff payment […]

Security Guard Hits Union with Federal Charges for Threatening Jobs for Refraining from Union Membership

**Corpus Christi, TX (April 3, 2007)** – With free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation, a local Asset Protection and Security Services guard filed federal charges against the Security Police Fire Union and his employer today after union officials unlawfully threatened to have him fired for asserting […]

Federal Labor Board to Prosecute Union for Retaliation Against Security Guard for Asserting Legal Rights

**El Paso, TX (February 5, 2007)** – National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) officials have issued a formal complaint and agreed to prosecute a local security guard union and employer for unlawfully suspending a local guard without pay in retaliation for asserting his legal right to refrain from union membership. The complaint stems from charges Juan […]

Federal Labor Board to Prosecute Local Union for Unlawful Threats to Have Dissenting Worker Fired

Port Jervis, NY (December 16, 2004) – The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in New York has issued a formal complaint against the Security Police Fire Union for unlawfully refusing to adequately detail the union’s expenditures, and subsequently threatening to have a local worker fired for refusing to pay full union […]

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