NP-4 contract available online
CLICK HERE to view or download the AFSCME NP-4 Collective bargaining agreement for 2016-2021.

The new state footwear provider has changed. please review the instructions on the following google document link:     

then go to the website below to place your order       

Next membership meetings-

Due to COVID-19 state guidance and our Concerns for our members and their families,  we will be canceling all membership meeetings until firther notice.  if you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out and contact an executive board member, our numbers can be found on this site or in your calander books. Stay safe!

in solidarity,

your executive Board


78 Eastern Blvd #5

Glastobury CT 06033

Workers Comp Liasions for our Local

Steve Wales         860-428-7073

Nathan Hunsicker     860-460-5649

**New Announcement**

The EAU program now has a dedicated phone number and it is currently LIVE!

The number is 844-997-4EAU (4328)

The number is intended to be an immediate telephonic portal for all DOC staff, retirees, and family/loved ones seeking assistance, support, resources/referrals, and guidance for personal and/or job-related problems affecting one's overall well-being and quality of life

The "hotline" is confidential, available 24/7/365, and is answered live by EAU Peer Counselors.

Contact - Mike Vargo 860-306-4539


We need a crowd at this public hearing.  Several Labor Committee members voted against raising this bill for a public hearing.  We also need members to call their own state rep and state senator to support SB 231.  The hearing is at 10am in Room 2E.

***In 2019, Gov. Lamont signed into law Public Act 19-17. The bill, which passed both the House of Representatives and State Senate with unanimous bi-partisan support, provides post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) coverage for police officers, fire fighters and parole officers who experience one of six qualifying events:

  • Witnessing the death of a person;
  • Witnessing an injury that causes the death of a person shortly thereafter;
  • Treating an injured person who dies shortly thereafter;
  • Carrying an injured person who dies shortly thereafter;
  • Viewing a deceased minor;
  • Witnessing an incident that causes a person to lose a body part, to suffer a loss of body function, or that results in permanent disfigurement.

The bill also calls for a study of Corrections and EMS/Emergency Dispatch.

Now is the time to contact your legislators, and the governor, and urge them to support expanding PTSD coverage to include Corrections Employees, Emergency Dispatchers, Judicial Branch hazardous duty employees and EMS workers.