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AFSCME 4 Connecticut Council of Police

Council 4 is proud to represent more than 2,300 municipal police officers throughout Connecticut. We are your advocates at the bargaining table and in the community. Learn more about the AFSCME Connecticut Council of Police.

For Det. Derek Puorro of AFSCME Local 1361, Middletown Police Department, Law Enforcement Week spotlights the incredibly difficult work police officers do. Learn more and check out AFSCME President Lee Saunders' video tribute to law enforcement officers.

Council 4 and AFSCME International honored police officers for their bravery and dedication during our biennial Courage of CT Law Enforcement Dinner Nov. 17 in Stratford. Find out who was honored and check out the photo gallery.

Check out this AFSCME video appreciation of law enforcement officers who protect and serve.

Remember that you have rights as a police officer and union member, including 5th Amendment, Garrity and Weingarten Rights.

The AFSCME Public Safety Protection Program (PSPP) includes access to legal representation for on-the-job civil and criminal action. This representation is administered through the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC) Legal Defense Fund.

Use this site to find a wealth of Council 4 and AFSCME web-related resources, including our constitution, steward handbook, financial standards code and more.

Council 4 provides the highest quality educational opportunities in areas such as Stewards Training, Workers Compensation, Use of Force and Local Leadership Training.

Council 4's legislative and political agenda are built around protecting your pay, pension, health care and safety on the job as a police officer. Learn more and be sure to get our action alerts.

Council 4 is dedicated to mobilizing our members through a variety of media tools. Learn more about how we can help keep you as police officers informed, updated and ready for action on the issues that matter.

Use our web calendar to keep on top of key union events, including meetings of our Police Public Safety Council.

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