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The NTC has become a much more formidable force in Washington and is often called upon by legislators and the executive branch for input on various issues. In fact, in 2010 some of the Executive Committee attended a private event at Vice President Biden's residence where the PSOB was advocated for on behalf of the NTC Membership with the Vice President directly.

The NTC needs to continue its effort in pushing or combatting legislation for the law enforcement community, especially those affecting
Troopers directly.  Soon we will be starting at Political Action Committee to advocate our positions on various issues concerning our membership of State Troopers.


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June 5, 2013 - Criminal Justice Stakeholders support letter on Byrne / JAG
April 30, 2013 - Letter supporting Sheriff Paul Fitzgerald's statement as a member of the FirstNet's Board of Directors
February 4, 2013 - COPS Program FY13 Senate Support Letter





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January 16, 2013


Now Is the Time:  The President’s Plan to Protect our Children and our Communities by Reducing Gun Violence


Below is the link to: “Now Is the Time: The President’s Plan to Protect our Children and our Communities by Reducing Gun Violence.” You can read the plan here.



November 21, 2012


ACTION REQUESTED:  Help protect DOJ grant


funding in Congress' deficit reduction agreement

Click here 


November 7, 2012 - N.J. 9th Congressional District winner: Bill Pascrell

July 17, 2012 - Congress Passes Transportation Bill

July 16, 2012 - Stakeholder groups' letter of support for HR 6062 Byrne JAG reauthorization

June 15, 2012 - Click here for:  Letter of support for the Hydrocodone Rescheduling Bill sponsored by Senator Manchin.  The attached is a
copy of the letter sent to Representative Upton, Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee.  The letter was also sent to
Representative Waxman and cc’d to the members of the full Energy and Commerce Committee, as well as Senator Harkin, and Senator Enzi.    

June 5, 2012 - Pascrell defeats Rothman in CD 9

June 5, 2102 - As Primary Day nears, barbs fly in Flushing congressional race

May 12, 2012 - State Endorsement Meeting in Washington, DC

May 3, 2012 - Letter to President Obama on the enforcement of federal marijuana laws and to reject legalization of marijuana

May 1, 2012 - ALEC = Lobbying

April 30, 2012  - Letter from NTC to Connecticut Speaker of the House Chris Donovan Regards CSP staffing levels 

March 20, 2012 - Byrne JAG COPS Programs FY2013 Funding Letter

March 1, 2012 - Coalition Against Bigger Trucks

March 8, 2012 - Reid Amendment / Surface Transportation Bill 37 Adopted Amendments 

March 7, 2012 - Byrne / JAG Stakeholders Letter
February 17, 2012 - NTC Spectrum D Block support
January 23, 2012 - Law Enforcement letter on SORNA penalty

September 29, 2011- NTC Letter on Byrne JAG Funding



Defeat of Ohio Senate Bill 5 with NTC Assistance





As a result of one of the most concerted and organized efforts in labor history, this attempt to gut collective bargaining with this “union-busting” failed experiment was thrown out. We have just returned from Ohio, where many members of the National Troopers Coalition were obvious by their activism in assisting to defeat Senate Bill 5 (Issue 2).  We have just been part of a tide-turning event that swings the pendulum back towards labor.  We have to recognize troopers who unselfishly volunteered their time from the states of Delaware, New York, Indiana, Minnesota, and Illinois, and the troopers from those states who came out to take up the cause.

Left to Right:  Charlie DiSanto (NY), Bill Staviski (NY). Tom Mungeer (NY), Mike Cosgrove (DE), Dennis Hallion (Exec Dir), Tom Brackin (DE), Mark Robillard (NY), Rich Mulvaney (Counsel), Dan Sisto (NY)


Executive Board members Chairman Mat Hodapp, Corresponding Secretary Tom Mungeer, Treasurer Bill Staviski, East Regional Coordinator Tom Brackin, Counsel Rich Mulvaney, and Executive Director Dennis Hallion  were also present.  The contingent worked the grass roots efforts that involved walking the streets and neighborhoods of Akron, Fairlawn, Struthers, Youngstown, Columbus, and Canton.  Doors were knocked on, voters motivated, and flyers passed out.  Troopers traveled to Columbus, “The Belly of the Beast”, and were welcomed warmly by the Ohio State Fraternal Order of Police and leadership of the national FOP, as well as the National and Ohio International Association of Firefighters, the National Education Association, AFL-CIO and AFSCME leaders.  We attended several rallies with IAFF President Harold Shaitberger and NEA President Dennis Van Roekel.

Left to Right: Kent James (IL), Lance Langford (MN), Mathew Hodapp (MN), Akron FOP President Paul Hlynsky, Chris Southwood (IL), Joe Moon (IL), Kevin Kloss (MN), Steve Clemente (IL)




Our thanks to all the Ohio labor groups that made us feel welcome.  It was an honor and privilege to add our small effort to this monumental but gratifying task.  


Our brothers and sister in Ohio live to fight another day.   


Click here for Ohio Photo Gallery 

June 16, 2011 -  Letter to Senator John Rockefeller regards the appropriation of D Block Spectrum for a nationwide interoperable broadband communications network. 

May 26, 2011 -   Update on IRS Proposal on Retirement Age Restrictions

May 25, 2011 -    2010 NCPERS memo (Analysis of years of service as a retirement benchmark vs. an arbitrary age)
May 20, 2011 -    Signed letter from Congress in support of Byrne / JAG / COPS Hiring
May 12, 2011 -    NTC and Maine Troopers Association meet w/ Senator Collins
May 10, 2011 -   COPS FY 2012 Budget Letter
April 26, 2011 -  IRS Proposal on Retirement Age Restrictions
February 23, 2011 -   Hatch Act Reform Act of 2011 


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