The Society’s Public Advocacy Efforts
The Society’s Mission is to preserve our shared FBI values; to support the welfare of our members through services, benefits, and career networking; to offer programs of fellowship, education, service and history; and to promote the FBI and law enforcement/ national security communities. Clearly our mission places a key on advocacy in support of our members, the FBI, law enforcement, and our national security communities. Our advocacy goals are set forth:
- HR 354- The LEOSA Act
- HR 304 - The Equal COLA Act
- HR 82 - The Social Security Fairness Act of 2023
- HR 743 - The Protect and Serve Act
- Service Martyr Advocacy
- Early Release of Francisco Herrera-Genao
The Justice Department appealed the District Court’s compassionate release order to the Third Circuit on 7/21/2021. A Third Circuit panel composed of Panel: Circuit Judges GREENAWAY JR. (appointed by Clinton), MATEY (appointed by Trump), and ROTH (appointed by Reagan) heard the oral argument in the case on October 20, 2022. No decision released as of yet.
Advocacy at Work: Advocacy Updates
Our advocacy efforts currently reflect all of the above issues. We will continue to advocate to ensure that murderer Leonard Peltier is not released from jail; to ensure that Service Martyr John Bailey's murderer is not released from jail; and to ensure that Service Martyr Johnnie Oliver’s murderer is not released from jail. The Society works to keep the murderers of our Service Martyrs behind bars and supports law enforcement.
If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact me at [email protected].
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