1400 Washington AveAlbanyNY
1400 Washington AveAlbanyNY

Council 82, Security and Law Enforcement Employees, American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees Records

1966-1989

The issues of Council 82's newspapers were microfilmed as part of the Harry Van Arsdale, Jr., Labor History Project.

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Abstract

This collection documents the day-to-day activities of Council 82, the New York State Law Enforcement Officers Union, during its first two decades of existence.

Summary

Creator:
AFSCME--Council 82 (N.Y.)
Date Coverage:
1966-1989
Quantity:
9.6 cubic ft.  1 Microfilm Reel

Council 82 was formed through the merger of two unions, Councils 30 and 50. Council 30, when it began, solicited the membership of all state employees. The corrections officers decided Council 30 had neglected its duty to bargain in good faith for them and opted to establish their own union to, address more fully the rigors of their profession. In 1953, members of the Correction Officers Association (COA) negotiated with the corrections employees of Council 30 to organize their own separate union. The 662 COA members from eight prisons formed what would become Council 50. On September 3, 1969 correctional employees from Council 50 and Council 30 consolidated their efforts and formed Council 82. The union's first contract with New York State was signed In 1970.

Council 82, like other unions, lobbied the state to Increase wages and benefits but more Importantly to increase support staff throughout the state's overcrowded correctional facilities. In September 1971 a riot at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, New York left 11 corrections officers and 32 inmates dead. Council 82 used the incident at Attica to petition the state for more satisfactory working conditions and an increase in staff.

In April 1979, 6,400 corrections employees went on strike for 16 days. Council 82 was fined $2.5 million for contempt of court under New York's Taylor Law. The fine was later reduced to $150,000 which the court allowed to be paid in monthly installments so as to permit the union to continue operations. Council 82 also lost its privilege of dues check-off for three months as a result of the strike.

Council 82 experienced two other major hostage crises. The first was the Ossining takeover. In January 1983, 600 inmates in Cell Block B took 19 corrections officers hostage for 53 hours. Council 82 experienced its last major hostage crisis on August 1, 1988. Five corrections officers were taken hostage at the Coxsackie Correctional Facility. The officers were released, unharmed, the next day.

In 1984 The Union of Federated Corrections Officers (TUFCO) challenged Council 82 as the exclusive representative of the state's Security and Law Enforcement Employees. An election was held so that members could vote for the representative of their choice. On February 22, 1985 the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) announced Council 82's victory over the T.U.F.C.O. association.

Council 82 Is the exclusive bargaining representative of over 22,000 Security and Law Enforcement employees. With the exception of the State Police, Council 82 represents all New York State law enforcement personnel.

The records of Council 82 document every year of the organization's existence with minutes, newspapers, and other material. Council 82's records are divided into six series: Executive Board Files, 1969,1972-86; Subject Files, 1968-87; Legal Files, 1976-84; T.U.F.C.O. Files, 1983-87; Sing Sing Local 1413, Records, 1972-80; and Council 82 Newspapers, 1971, 1974, 1980-89.

Council 82 was one of the first and became one of the largest and most important of the public sector unions to organize after the implementation of the Taylor Law. The records of Council 82 document how a large union organized itself at the state level and initiated a dialogue with the state of New York. One of the most important activities of Council 82 has been to negotiate contracts with the state, and minutes, newspapers, and subject files, each in different ways, elucidate the procedures and accomplishments of these negotiations.

The most extensive series is the Executive Board files, which contain correspondence and minutes of Executive Board meetings and which give a good idea of the activities of the union during almost its entire history. This series documents the entire range of Council 82's activities: political action, lobbying, and relations with the state and other unions. The other series give more detailed information on some activities of Council 82. The newspapers, for example, are the public voice of Council 82 and the clearest indication of the union's opinion about corrections policy and other matters.

The records of Sing Sing Local 1413 are records that were transferred to Council 82 when Local 1413 closed down. These are the only records that were not produced by the statewide union itself.

The collection is organized into the following series: 1 - Executive Board Files: 1969, 1972-1986; 2 - Subject Files: 1968-1987; 3 - Legal Files: 1976-1984; 4 - T.U.F.C.O. (The Union of Federated Corrections Officers) Files: 1983-1987; 5 - Sing Sing Local 1413: 1972-1980; Series 6 - Council 82 Newspapers: 1971, 1974, 1980-1989.

Council 82, Security and Law Enforcement Employees, AFSCME donated these records to the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives.

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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Council 82, Security and Law Enforcement Employees, American Federation of State, County, Municipal Employees Records, 1968-1989. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Council 82 Records).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 1.4 cubic ft.

Contains minutes of executive board meetings (1969, 1972-86) and correspondence relating to those meetings (1978-86). The Executive Board Files were maintained as a record of the activities of the organization as well a record of correspondence between the organization, its members, and the public. Although Council 82 began in 1968 the Executive Board Files do not begin until 1969. There is a gap of two years (1970-71) in the meeting minutes. Executive Board files produced after 1986 are In the possession of Council 82.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Meeting Notices1973-1977

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1 2Meeting Notices1979-1984

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1 3Minutes1969

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1 4Minutes1972

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1 5Minutes1973

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1 6Minutes1974

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1 7Minutes1975

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1 8Minutes1976

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1 9Minutes1977

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1 10Minutes1978

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1 11Minutes1978

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1 12Minutes1979

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1 13Minutes1980

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1 14Minutes1981

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1 15Minutes1982

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1 16Minutes1983

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1 17Minutes1984

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1 18Minutes1985

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1 19Minutes1987

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1 20Correspondence1978-1980

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1 21Correspondence1981

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1 22Correspondence (1 of 2)1982

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1 23Correspondence (2 of 2)1982

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1 24Correspondence (1 of 2)1983

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1 25Correspondence (2 of 2)1983

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1 26Correspondence (1 of 2)1984

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1 27Correspondence (2 of 2)1984

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2 1Correspondence (1 of 5)1984

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2 2Correspondence (2 of 5)1984

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2 3Correspondence (3 of 5)1984

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2 4Correspondence (4 of 5)1984

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2 5Correspondence (5 of 5)1984

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2 6Correspondence (1 of 2)1985

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2 7Correspondence (2 of 2)1985

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2 8Correspondence1986
Quantity: 3.0 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

Contains annual conventions (1970-81), contract negotiations (1969-70), minutes of the Correction Policy Committee (1968-78), and minutes of meetings of local presidents' (1981, 1983-85). The subject files are a record of the activities of Council 82, the bulk of the series consisting of annual convention minutes, Correction Policy Committee correspondence and minutes, and correspondence with the Department of Correctional Services. Conspicuously absent from the files is documentation on the 1971 riot at the Attica Correctional Facility in Attica, New York. Similarly, there is little documentation pertaining to the strike of 1979 during which 6,400 corrections employees went on strike for 16 days.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1American Corrections Association1984

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1 2American Corrections Association Convention1983

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1 3American Correctional Association1982-1984

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1 4Annual Convention--First1970

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1 5Annual Convention--Second1971

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1 6Annual Convention-Third (special)1972

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1 7Annual Convention--Fourth1972

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1 8Annual Convention-Fifth1973

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1 9Annual Convention-Sixth1974

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1 10Annual Convention--Seventh1975

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1 11Annual Convention--Eighth1976

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1 12Annual Convention--Ninth1977

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1 13Annual Convention-Tenth1978

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1 14Annual Convention--Eleventh1979

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1 15Annual Convention--Twelfth (1 of 2)1980

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1 16Annual Convention--Twelfth (2 of 2)1980

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1 17Annual Convention-Thirteenth (1 of 2)1981

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1 18Annual Convention-Thirteenth (2 of 2)1981

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1 19Collective Bargaining Agreements1972-1974, 1977-1979

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1 20Commission of Correction1975-1979

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1 21Campaign Material1984

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1 22Conservation--Preservation Employees1969

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1 23Constitution1975-1983

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1 24Constitution Amendments and Resolutions1979

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1 25Contract Agreement1984-1987

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1 26Contract Demands--Statewide and Departmental1969-1970

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1 27Contract Negotiations1969

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1 28Contract Negotiations1970

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1 29Contract Negotiations--Minutes1969

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1 30Contract with New York State1985

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1 31Convention Report1980

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1 32Convention Report--Amendments Rules1985

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2 1Correction Officer (Draft of Dissertation) (1 of 2)1977

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2 2Correction Officer (Draft of Dissertation) (2 of 2)1977

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2 3Corrections Officers Benefit Association1978

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2 4Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1968

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2 5Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1968-1969

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2 6Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1969-1970

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2 7Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1973

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2 8Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1974

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2 9Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1975

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2 10Correction Policy Commfttee--Correspondence and Minutes1976

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2 11Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1977

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2 12Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1978

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2 13Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1980

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2 14Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1982

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2 15Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1983

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2 16Correction Policy Committee--Correspondence and Minutes1984

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2 17Correction Locals' Correspondence1972-1978

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2 18Correspondence of Council 501969-1970

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2 19Correspondence to Executive Directors1980

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2 20CSEA1974-1979

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2 21Comptroller's Advisory Council1976

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2 22Council 661972-1978

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2 23Department of Correctional Services1971

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2 24Department of Correctional Services1972

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2 25Department of Correctional Services1973

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2 26Department of Correctional Services1974

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2 27Department of Correctional Services1975

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2 28Department of Correctional Services1976

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2 29Department of Correctional Services1977

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2 30Department of Correctional Services--Directives1984

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3 1Department of Correctional Services--Employee Manual1977

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3 2Department of Correctional Services1978

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3 3Department of Correctional Services1979

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3 4Department of Correctional Services1980-1981

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3 5Department of Correctional Services1982

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3 6Employee Assistance Program1980

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3 7Employee Health Insurance1972

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3 8Expense Voucher1978

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3 9Grievances--Downstate Local 3991979-1981

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3 10Grievance-Great Meadow Local 12791975-1978

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3 11Handbook for Employees and Supervisors1980

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3 12Improper Practice--Certification Election1979

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3 13Insurance Committee Meeting1979

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3 14Job Performance Appraisals1968

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3 15Labor/Management Meeting Minutes--Local1979-1980

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3 16Labor/Management Meeting Minutes--Local1981

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3 17Labor/Management Meeting Minutes--Statewide1983-1984

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3 18Legislative Chairman File1981-1982

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3 19Local President's Meeting Minutes1981

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3 20Local President's Meeting Minutes1983

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3 21Local President's Meeting Minutes1984

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3 22Local President's Meeting Minutes1985

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3 23Merger Agreements1969

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3 24News Releases1979-1980

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3 25News Releases1980-1982

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3 26News Releases1983-1984

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3 27Newspaper Clippings (1 of 2)1980-1981

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3 28Newspaper Clippings (2 of 2)1980-1981

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3 29Office of Employee Relations--Arbitrations1980

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3 30Office of Employee Relations--Correspondence1980

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3 31Public Employment Relations Board1984

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3 32Quality of Working Life Committee1983

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3 33Quality of Working Life Committee--Aprrovals1983

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3 34Quality of Working Life Committee--Disapprovals1983

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3 35Quality of Working Life Committee--Meeting1983

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3 36Security Unit Employee's Council1969

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3 37Sing Sing-Local 14131983

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3 38Staff Meetings1984-1985

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3 39Staff Meetings--Notes1983-1985

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3 40Staff Reports From Locals1983-1984

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3 41Village of Catskill1983-1984
Quantity: 4.0 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

Contains affidavits (1979-82), notices of hearing (1979-81), notices of determination (1981-82)), grievance arbitrations (1983-84). The Legal Files spanning only eight years, form the largest series. Most of the series is devoted to the Strike of 1979 during which 6,400 corrections employees went on strike for 16 days . Included In the 1979 Strike records are affidavits, notices of hearing, and notices of determination. In addition to strike information there are also grievance arbitrations and decisions relating to sex discrimination and disciplinary grievances.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Council 82 v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Affidavit of Service 1983

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1 2Council 82 v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Arbitration Award 1977

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1 3Council 82 v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Arbitration Award 1982

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1 4Richard Egger, Grievance v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Grievance Arbitration 1982

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1 5Richard Egger, Grievance v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Grievance Arbitration 1983

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1 6Richard Egger, Grievance v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Grievance Arbitration 1984

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1 7Richard Egger, Grievance v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Notice of Petition 1983

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1 8Grievance--Albion Correctional Facility 1980

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1 9Thomas Page, Grievance v. State University of New York, Disciplinary Grievance Arbitration (1 of 5) 1982

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1 10Thomas Page, Grievance v. State University of New York, Disciplinary Grievance Arbitration (2 of 5) 1982

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1 11Thomas Page, Grievance v. State University of New York, Disciplinary Grievance Arbitration (3 of 5) 1982

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1 12Thomas Page, Grievance v. State University of New York, Disciplinary Grievance Arbitration (4 of 5) 1982

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1 13Thomas Page, Grievance v. State University of New York, Disciplinary Grievance Arbitration (5 of 5) 1982

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1 14Office of Employee Relations 1981

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1 15Notice of Petition 1981-1983

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1 16Iola Forts v. Benjamin Ward, Court Exhibits 1977

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1 17Sex Discrimination in Employment--Albion Correctional Facility 1978

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1 18Gant & Guarino v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Sex Discrimination in Employment (1 of 3) 1982

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1 19Gant & Guarino v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Sex Discrimination in Employment (2 of 3) 1982

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1 20Gant & Guarino v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, Sex Discrimination in Employment (3 of 3) 1982

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1 21Gant & Guarino v. NYS Department of Correctional Services, State Division of Human Rights Hearing 1982

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1 22Jose Garcia v. Robert Abrams, Order and Judgment 1983

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1 23Guarino v. Village of Geneseo, Guarino Affidavit 1983

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1 24AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Award of Arbitrator 1982

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1 25AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Brief for Charging Party 1981

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1 26AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Briefs 1982

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1 27AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Correspondence 1981-1984

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1 28AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Decision and Order 1982

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1 29AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Depositions 1981

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1 30AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Exceptions and Request for Oral Agreement 1981

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1 31AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Grievance Forms 1982

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1 32AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Correspondence 1981-1984

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1 33AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Jurisdictional Statement 1983

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1 34AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Mac Arthur Affidavit 1982

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1 35AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Maloney Affidavit 1981

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1 36AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Notice of Appeal 1982

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1 37AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Notice of Motion 1982

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2 1NYS PERB v. Village of Geneseo, Notice of Petition 1982

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2 2NYS PERB v. Village of Geneseo, Reply Affidavit, 1982 1982

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2 3AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Orders 1982

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2 4AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Order to Show Cause 1981

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2 5AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Petitioner's Brief 1981

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2 6AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Record on Appeal 1982

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2 7AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Related Cases 1982

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2 8AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Respondent's Briefs 1981

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2 9AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Stipulations Waiving Certification 1984

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2 10AFSCME, Council 82 v. Village of Geneseo, Union Brief 1981

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2 11Application of A.J. Scotti, Special Deputy Attorney General, Brief of Appellants--Corrections Officers 1976

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2 12Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Attica Correctional Facility (1 of 2) 1979

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2 13Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Attica Correctional Facility (2 of 2) 1979

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2 14Strike of 1979, Affidavits-Attica Correctional Facility 1980-1981

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2 15Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Attica Correctional Facility 1982

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2 16Strike of 1979, Hearing Schedules--Attica Correctional Facility 1982

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2 17Strike of 1979, Notices of Determination--Attica Correctional Facility 1982

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2 18Strike of 1979, Note of Determination--Buffalo State 1979-1982

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2 19Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--SUNY at Buffalo 1979-1982

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2 20Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Camp Monterey Correctional Facility 1981

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2 21Strike of 1979, Common Exhibits-Camp Monterey 1979

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2 22Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination--Camp Monterey 1981

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2 23Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Camp Summit 1979

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2 24Strike of 1979, Common Exhibits--Camp Summit 1979

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2 25Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Clinton Correctional Facility 1979

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2 26Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Clinton Correctional Facility (1 of 2) 1982

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2 27Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Clinton Correctional Facility (2 of 2) 1982

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3 1Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Downstate Correctional Facllity (1 of 2) 1979

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3 2Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Downstate Correctional Facllity (2 of 2) 1979

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3 3Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination--Downstate Correctional Facility 1981

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3 4Strike of 1979, Employee Hearing Schedule--Eastern Correctional Facility 1979

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3 5Strike of 1979, Jack Pellinger--Eastern Correctional Facility 1980

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3 6Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination--Eastern Correctional Facility 1981

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3 7Strike of 1979, Notice of Hearing--Elmira Correctional Facility 1982

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3 8Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination--Great Meadow Correctional Facillty (1 of 3) 1981

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3 9Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination--Great Meadow Correctional Facillty (2 of 3) 1981

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3 10Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination--Great Meadow Correctional Facillty (3 of 3) 1981

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3 11Strike of 1979, Strike Correspondence--Great Meadow Correctional Facility 1979-1981

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3 12Strike of 1979, Subpoena Duces Tecum--Middletown Psych. Ctr. 1982

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3 13Strike of 1979, Time and Accrual-Middletown Psych. Ctr. 1980

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3 14Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. (1 of 4) 1979

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3 15Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. (2 of 4) 1979

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3 16Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. (3 of 4) 1979

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3 17Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. (4 of 4) 1979

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3 18Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. 1980

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3 19Strike of 1979, Common Exhlbfts--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. 1979

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3 20Strike of 1979, Notice of Hearing--Mid Hudson Psych. Ctr. 1979-1982

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4 1Strike of 1979, Affidavits-Mid Orange Correctional Facility (1 of 2) 1982

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4 2Strike of 1979, Affidavits-Mid Orange Correctional Facility (1 of 2) 1982

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4 3Strike of 1979, Common Exhibits--Mid Orange Correctional Facility 1979

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4 4Strike of 1979, Hearing Schedule-Mid Orange Correctional Facility 1981

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4 5Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination-Mid Orange Correctional Facility 1981

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4 6Strike of 1979, Notice of Hearing-Office of General Services 1981

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4 7Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Ossining Correctional Facility (1 of 5) 1982

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4 8Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Ossining Correctional Facility (2 of 5) 1982

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4 9Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Ossining Correctional Facility (3 of 5) 1982

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4 10Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Ossining Correctional Facility (4 of 5) 1982

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4 11Strike of 1979, Affidavfts--Ossining Correctional Facility (5 of 5) 1982

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4 12Strike of 1979, Notice of Determination-Ossining Correctional Facility 1981

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4 13Strike of 1979, Notice of Hearing-Roswell Memorial Park 1979-1982

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4 14Strike of 1979, Affidavits-Watetown 1979

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4 15Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Woodbourne Correctional Facility (1 of 5) 1979

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4 16Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Woodbourne Correctional Facility (2 of 5) 1979

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4 17Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Woodbourne Correctional Facility (3 of 5) 1979

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4 18Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Woodbourne Correctional Facility (4 of 5) 1979

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4 19Strike of 1979, Affidavits--Woodbourne Correctional Facility (5 of 5) 1979

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4 20Strike of 1979, Fact Sheets--Woodbourne Correctional Facility 1981

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4 21Strike of 1979, Hearing Schedule--Woodbourne Correctional Facility 1980-1981

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4 22Agreement of Reconciliation-Council 82 and New York State 1979

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4 23Memorandum of Understanding 1979

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4 24New York State v. AFSCME, Council 82, Order to Show Cause 1979

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4 25AFSCME, Council 82 v. New York State, Hugh Carey, Governor, Common Exhibits and Stipulations 1979

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4 26AFSCME, Council 82 v. New York State, Hugh Carey, Governor, Injunction Relief and Stipulations 1979
Quantity: 1.0 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

Contains T.U.F.C.O. charges and counter charges (1984), authorization card incidents (1984), and organizational activities (1985). T.U.F.C.O. challenged Council 82 as the exclusive bargaining representative for security and law enforcement personnel. Council 82 launched a counterattack on T.U.F.C.O. by developing anti-T.U.F.C.O. literature, a contest entitled, "Why I don't like T.U.F.C.0." and complaints filed against T.U.F.C.O. for using a logo similar to that of Council 82. Additional anti-T.U.F.C.O. materials Include sketches, cartoons, and the T.U.F.C.O. Constitution.

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1 1Affidavits1984

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1 2Authorization Card Incidents1984

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1 3Campaign1984-1985

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1 4Challenge to Council 821983-1984

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1 5Challenge to Council 82 (1 of 2)1984

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1 6Challenge to Council 82 (2 of 2)1984

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1 7Charges (1 of 3 folders)1985

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1 8Charges (2 of 3 folders)1985

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1 9Charges (3 of 3 folders)1985

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1 10Charges and Counter Charges1984

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1 11Correspondence1984

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1 12Council 82 Charges1984

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1 13Distribution of Literature1984

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1 14Improper Labor Practice1984

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1 15Judicial Pabel Cases1984-1985

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1 16News Articles1983-1984

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1 17Organizational Activities1983

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1 18Organizational Activities1985

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1 19T.U.F.C.O. Projects (AFSCME)1984

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1 20Propaganda1987

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1 21Representation Campaign Activities1983-1985

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1 22Representation Election1985

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1 23Signers of T.U.F.C.O. Designation Card1984

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1 24State of New York and T.U.F.C.O. Affidavits (1 of 2)1984

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1 25State of New York and T.U.F.C.O. Affidavits (2 of 2)1984

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1 26Why I Don't Like T.U.F.C.O. Contest1984
Quantity: 0.25 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically.

Contains arbitration decisions (1979), constitution (1980), correspondence from the Department of Correctional Services (1972-79), and labor-management meetings (1978). The files of Sing Sing Local 1413 are a dozen or more folders pertaining exclusively to the local. Included within the series are correspondence with Council 82, arbitration decisions, and correspondence from the Minority Correction Officers Association. Local 1413 also publishes its own newsletter, "The Way Out," and maintained clippings and copies of printed articles on the New York State criminal justice system. This series is but a part of the records available for Sing Sing Local 1413. Additional records may be found throughout the Subject File series.

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1 1Arbitration1979

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1 2Audit1980

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1 3Constitution1976

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1 4Correspondence From Dept. of Correctional Services1972-1979

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1 5Correspondence with Council 821972-1974

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1 6Correspondence with Ossining Correctional Facility1977-1979

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1 7Election1975

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1 8Executive Board Meeting1973-1980

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1 9Inmate Liaison CommitteeUndated

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1 10Labor-Management Meetings1978

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1 11Memoranda From Local 1413 to Members1979-1980

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1 12Minority Corrections Officer's Association1979

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1 13Newsletter--"The Way Out"Undated

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1 14Newspaper Clippings1979

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1 15Strike of 19791979
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm

Arranged chronologically by publication.

Includes the Council 82 Review (1971, 1974, 1980-84) and the Council 82 Enforcer (1984-89). These publications serve the union by keeping the members abreast of the political as well as the social and economic climate of the New York State Department of Corrections. There are substantial gaps for the early years of the Council 82 Review with volumes 1-10 and 13-16 missing.

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 11, nos. 7, 141971

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 12, nos. 25, 27-28, 311974

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 17, nos. 1-51980

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 18, nos. 1-6, 8-121981

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 19, nos. 1-5, 7-111982

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 20, nos. 1-121983

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Reel 1The Council 82 Review, Vol. 21, nos. 1-51984

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Reel 1The Council 82 Enforcer, Vol. 21, nos. 6-131984

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Reel 1The Council 82 Enforcer, Vol. 221985

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Reel 1The Council 82 Enforcer, Vol. 231986

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Reel 1The Council 82 Enforcer, Vol. 241987

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Reel 1The Council 82 Enforcer, Vol. 251988

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Reel 1The Council 82 Enforcer, Vol. 26, nos. 1-91989