• CONNECTICUT POLICE & FIRE UNION

    PUBLIC SAFETY PROFESSIONALS

    Local 74 / Local S-15
  • CONNECTICUT POLICE & FIRE UNION

    PUBLIC SAFETY PROFESSIONALS

    Local 74 / Local S-15
  • Welcome to the Connecticut Police & Fire Union's website. The Connecticut Police and Fire Union (CPFU) is a labor agency that represents approximately 950 police, fire and public safety personnel throughout the state of Connecticut. It is unique in that its coalition includes both firefighters (IAFF Local S-15) and law enforcement (IUPA Local 74) personnel. In fact, its members represent in excess of 50 job titles in Connecticut state service, encompassing more than 13 state agencies. CPFU is affiliated with the International Union of Police Associations, International Association of Fire Fighters, State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC), Connecticut AFL-CIO and the Greater Hartford Labor Council.

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    On August 19th, the Lamont Administration announced Executive Order No. 13D (EO-13D) concerning mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations of state employees who do not qualify for medical or religious exemptions. For employees not working in state hospitals or long-term care facilities, that mandate includes [...]

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    On August 19th, the Administration of Governor Ned Lamont announced Executive Order No.13D (EO-13D) concerning mandatory COVID-19 vaccination of state employees who do not qualify for medical or religious exemptions. Under the EO, which would take effect beginning on September 27, 2021, some state [...]

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    When faced with serious labor-management disputes involving working conditions and emergency medical service delivery, Connecticut State Fire Fighters Local S-15 members turned to the Uniformed Professional Fire Fighters Association (UPFFA) of Connecticut for assistance. The combined efforts [...]

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    Heroes Pay

    June 3, 2021

    State lawmakers are currently deliberating over a proposal for how to distribute federal resources to frontline workers who risked their lives during the COVID-19 crisis. The governor and legislative leaders need to hear that real hazard pay, not lip service, is how they can respect the sacrifice of[...]

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    Governor Ned Lamont released a proposal for how the $2.6 billion in federal pandemic relief funds sent to Connecticut from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) will be spent. His administration included $10 million to compensate state employees forced to work on site or in the field during the pandemic. [...]

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