National Border Patrol Council 2013 Elections

National Border Patrol Council elections were conducted March 3, 2013. The following individuals were elected as members of our new National Executive Board. Local 2366 would like to offer their congratulations to...

President: Brandon Judd, Tucson Sector
Executive Vice President: Chris Bauder, San Diego Sector
Treasurer: Bud Tuffly, Tucson Sector
Secretary: Jim Stack, El Paso Sector
Vice President, North: Jonathan Perkins, Havre Sector
Vice President, South: Paul Perez, Rio Grande Valley Sector
Vice President, East: Eric Sparkman, Detroit Sector
Vice President, West: Derek Hernandez, Yuma Sector
Vice President At Large: Shawn Moran, San Diego Sector
Vice President At Large: Arturo Del Cueto, Tucson Sector

Contact your representatives in Congress

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Rep. Pete Gallego: "Sequestration is one of the biggest threats to border security"

Congressman Pete Gallego, House Representative for the 23rd District of Texas, the area covered by NBPC Local 2366, has recently come out and supported averting Sequestration.  Congressman Gallego stated that the impact of the indiscriminate cuts would be “one of the biggest threats to border security.”

Read the article here.

For some unknown reason, The Houston Chronicle took the article down, so we'll be putting up a screenshot of the Google Cache copy soon.

And now the article is back up.

Meeting with Congressman Gallego

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Sequestration Update

Local 2366 just finished a conference call with NBPC leadership and executive board members from the Border Patrol Locals representing the Rio Grande Valley, Laredo, and Big Bend Sectors, as of 11:00 pm central time. NBPC has been in dialog with Border Patrol Chief Fisher, OBP staff, and members of Congress and have shared the following news.

-Sequestration seems inevitable at this point as Congress is on recess and, as of yet, no plans have been made to return from the recess to address the pending sequestration.

-Despite the Congressional recess, NBPC leadership has met with the DHS Appropriations Committee Chairman and discussed their concerns over the proposed sequestration cuts.

Management meeting today

The Union has discovered that a meeting between Del Rio Sector management and all Patrol Agents in Charge in Del Rio Sector will take place today at 2:30 pm. While we have not been able to confirm the nature of the conversation, we feel that in light of the recent news that it would be safe to assume that sequestration and its effect on the agency and its employees will be discussed. We will keep you updated as news develops.

Effects of sequestration

The possibility of sequestration and the trauma of the drastic cuts that would be realized if it came to pass have been haunting America since Congress agreed to the idea in the summer of 2011. Despite Congress having close to two years to avert the draconian cuts, which countless financial experts state would cripple economic recovery, it has failed to do so.

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