America's Union for Security Professionals

by SPFPA Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2002 at 3:57 PM

The International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America (SPFPA) have represented security professionals for over 50 years. As a SPFPA Member, you gain:

The largest and most experienced International Union specializing in Security in the world today.
The service of one of the most prominent labor law firms in the country, and attorneys provided for all arbitration cases.

The legal right to sit down with management and negotiate the issues that are important to you and your families like wages, benefits, and true job security.
A real voice in the workplace.

The advantage of full-time Regional Vice Presidents to service your special needs.

Full-time International Secretary-Treasurer and staff to assist Locals in financial requirements (State and Federal).

Balance to the workplace and level the playing field so everyone gets treated fairly.

The SPFPA Affinity Program including education scholarships for family members.

Education and training programs to include grievance handling and negotiations for all members.

Strong International financial base that enables SPFPA to fully represent their members.
About the Membership

The International Union, Security, Police and Fire Professionals of America (SPFPA) and it's more than 200 local unions throughout the United States and Canada are legally authorized collective bargaining agents for thousands of security professionals.

To address your specialized needs in each security industry, the SPFPA includes representation in the following divisions.

Department of Defense/NASA/Aerospace
Department of Energy/Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Correctional Officer Professionals (C.O.P.)
Casino Hotel Industry Police (C.H.I.P.)
Currency and Security Handlers (C.A.S.H.)
Commercial Arts/Entertainment Security Team (C.A.S.T.)
Daimler Chrysler
Court Security Officers (C.S.O.)
Members provide security service for the Department of Defense, NASA, Aerospace, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Federal Courts, nuclear facilities, prisons, detention centers, armored car, casinos, arts and entertainment, universities, hospitals, airports, public utilities, automotive and Industry.