Membership meeting

Local 2366 membership meeting
Wednesday, March 27, 2024
6:00 pm

Local 2366 Union Office
801 Kings Way
Del Rio, Texas 78840

Topics will include:
Latest re: BPAPRA OT pay raise
Overtime caps and waivers
BPAPRA Directive changes and control period concerns
DRT childcare needs assessment survey
IDVRS policy updates
AFGE convention delegates

Notice of 2024 AFGE National Convention
DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF UNION DELEGATES TO THE AFGE CONVENTION AND, IF NECESSARY, NOMINATE ADDITIONAL DELEGATES, DETERMINE IF DELEGATES CARRY ALL VOTES, AND DETERMINE COMPENSATION FOR DELEGATE EXPENSES

During this regularly scheduled meeting on the date/time and at the address above, members will be asked to determine if Local 2366 will participate in the AFGE National Convention in August 2024 and, if so, the number of additional delegates, if any, they want to represent Local 2366, if the delegates will carry all votes, and if travel expenses will be authorized.

Local 2366’s six elected Executive Board Officers have already been designated as delegates by virtue of office. Members will be asked to determine if the selected delegates will carry all of Local 2366’s votes, which, if approved, would preclude the need for alternate delegates. However, if members do not approve this proposal and instead authorize additional delegate(s), then nominations for additional and alternate delegates will be accepted, and a mail ballot election will be held to elect additional and alternate delegates as governed by the AFGE Rules of Conduct for an Election, Appendix A, of the AFGE National Constitution. For those who cannot attend the meeting, nominations can be submitted via nominations@nbpc2366.org.

NOTE: The AFGE National Convention is considered internal union business, and official time to travel to and from this event or to attend this event is not authorized. As a result, delegates attend and travel to/from these events on days off or annual leave.

Childcare needs assessment survey in Del Rio Sector

The National Law Enforcement Foundation (NLEF), in conjunction with Local 2366 of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), is researching the possibility of bringing more childcare options to the border in places like Del Rio Sector (DRT).

The lack of childcare in this sector and others has led to employees resigning or transferring away from USBP in favor of other agencies with offices in communities with childcare services conducive to their 24/7/365 work schedules.

A survey link was emailed to all members at their personal email account (if the union has it on file), and a notification was published on the mobile app.

If you didn’t get the email, check your spam/junk folder for an email with the subject line “DRT Childcare Survey: Your Input Matters!” sent on February 28, 2024.

If you still can’t find it, send us a message so we can confirm if we have your email address updated and send you the survey link.