This overtime change will affect every security staff member so your feedback is critical. As fellow officers and KOSE members, we look forward to working with you to make KOSE, our union, a strong and respectable organization that works with management to solve problems, develop solutions, and represent the best interest of all employees working at TCF.More
You work in Kansas correctional facilities every day, and are the best source for what is happening in your workplace. Accordingly, KOSE wants to know YOUR safety concerns. KOSE has created a safety survey that can be found HERE. Please help us make the case for safer work environments by completing the survey.
Earlier this week, a group of your fellow officers from all shifts met with KOSE representatives to discuss the overtime policy at TCF and what needed to be changed. TCF KOSE members gathered comments from the officer emails we received and brought them to the meetings for discussion. We are doing our best to accommodate a wide variety of member perspectives as we proceed.
AFT President Randi Weingarten kicked off the AFT national convention in Los Angeles by outlining a bold plan to both fight back and fight forward to reclaim the promise of America and create economic and educational opportunity for all.
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The Kansas Organization of State Employees (KOSE) today expressed extreme concern for the safety of state correctional officers in the wake of erupting violence at a state run prison where, over the past several days, ten officers have been injured in inmate attacks.