Supplemental Bargaining Agreement

The leadership of the Del Rio Sector Border Patrol Union, AFGE-NBPC Local 2366, is in the early steps of producing a proposed Supplemental Bargaining Agreement with Del Rio Sector management in accordance with Article 35 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). We are soliciting input from the membership as to policies that they feel should be incorporated into this agreement. Some of the articles which Local 2366 is intending to propose to Del Rio Sector management are listed below. If you are aware of any programs, agreements, or policies that do not contradict law or the CBA which you would like to see implemented into the Supplemental Bargaining Agreement, please contact us at Thank you.

    • Employee Health and Safety
        Employee Morale
  • U.S. Border Patrol Explorer Academy

    During the week of March 12th through March 16th, 2012, U.S. Border Patrol Explorer Post 920, from the Del Rio, Texas Border Patrol Station, conducted an Explorer Tactical Academy. Also in attendance at the Explorer Academy was Post 920’s neighbor, Explorer Post 921 from the Eagle Pass, Texas Stations. The academy was designed to challenge the 27 young men and women in attendance to discover a new level of personal strength and instill an enhanced sense of motivation, and perseverance.

    Women in Law Enforcement Luncheon

    The Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations in collaboration with the Eagle Pass South Border Patrol Station held their First Annual Women in Law Enforcement Luncheon at the International Center for Trade in Eagle Pass, Texas.

    Local 2366's Spring 2012 Scholarship

    Please review the documents below for information regarding Local 2366's scholarship for the Spring 2012 semester. There are two $1,000 scholarships available.

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    Tragedy in Eagle Pass

    This past Monday, September 19, 2011, Del Rio Sector Border Patrol employees lost a brother in green. Alejandro Acevedo passed away at approximately 7:00 p.m. from multiple gunshot wounds received in a shootout at his home.

    While there are some mysteries surrounding the details of Agent Acevedo's death, there are two things that we are certain of. First, Agent Acevedo will be deeply missed by his co-workers at the Eagle Pass North station. He was an exemplary employee and a role model to his fellow agents. Second, Alejandro was a consummate family man. He defined himself by his wife and kids. He proved this by protecting his children, even though in the end it meant disregarding his own safety and well-being. While Alejandro was both of these things, these words cannot even begin to define the man that Alejandro was. Brissa Acevedo, Alejandro's wife, has provided the following, more personal, message:

    "To a beautiful, loving son, brother, uncle, cousin friend and husband, you were a perfect father to your Mya 'Pig', Alejandro Jr. 'Amigo' and Alissa your 'Lady Boo.'

    He always said his kids were his life and that he would give it any day for them. That is exactly what he did. He protected and fought for his children to the end.

    He was also a perfect husband. He was an understanding, loving, playful and committed family man. He will always be the love of my life and he will always be the best father my children could have had. May God have his spirit in his beautiful kingdom. Alex will forever be in our hearts.

    Thanks to all the friends, colleagues and family members who have had Alex and our family in their prayers. It is greatly appreciated.

    Special thanks to Janette and Nick Soto, Xiomara and Sam Martir Rondon, Maribel Garay, the Cardenas family, the Burch family, Cantu family, Lopez family, Joel Delacruz, Steve Veloz, Steven Gonzalez, Alfredo Paulasosa, Mr. C. Cantu and Mr. R. Banda."

    Local 2366 encourages friends, family, co-workers and all those who care to donate to Alejandro's family to help them make it through this difficult time. Below is information on how to make a donation to a bank account set up for Alejandro's family and the schedule for his funeral ceremony. Please feel free to contact us via this website if you have any questions.

    Thank you.

    Bank account info:
    IBC Bank
    Routing number: 114902612
    Account number: 1410940969

    Viewing: Sunday, September 25, 2011, from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. at the San Jose Funeral Home, 10950 Pelicano Dr. #6 in El Paso, Texas. A rosary service will follow the viewing from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

    Mass and interment: A church service will be conducted on Monday, September 26, 2011, at 11:30 a.m. at the Cristo Rey Catholic Church, 8011 Williamette Ave in El Paso, Texas, followed by interment at Fort Bliss National Cemetery. The U.S. Military and U.S. Border Patrol will conduct joint honors at the services.

    Executive Board Election

    Those of you that received an election notification letter in the mail earlier this month will be receiving a ballot soon. Please fill out that ballot and drop it in the mail (the ballot comes with a postmarked envelope) as soon as you can.

    If you did not receive a notification letter, that means we do not have a valid mailing address for you. Please ask a union steward for a ballot and consider giving him or her your current mailing address so you can receive communication from us.

    Nominations for next executive board

    All dues-paying members are encouraged to attend the August meeting to nominate themselves or others for a position in the next executive board of NBPC Local 2366.

    The meeting will take place at the Hampton Inn in Eagle Pass at 7:00 pm where you will learn how the election will take place.


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