Union opposes effort to mandate cameras on Border Patrol agents – November 1, 2013

Robyn Kehoe
Director of Communications and Development, Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund

  • Assisting federal employees furloughed due to sequestration and the government shutdown
  • FEEA’s scholarship program, which includes 34 AFGE members who shared nearly $63,000 in awards

Shawn Moran
Vice President, AFGE National Border Patrol Council

  • Opposition to a Customs and Border Protection proposal to overhaul its basic training on the use of force and require the use of cameras on Border Patrol agents and in vehicles

Don Thomas
President, AFGE TSA Local 556

  • Privatization concerns at the Orlando International Airport
  • Commitment to protecting the flying public

Paul Ferris
President, AFGE DoD Local 2516

  • Consequences of low staffing at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas