FPPOA is pleased to announce membership discounts at the following online stores.
GiftTree is pleased to offer members 15% off of most products. GiftTree specializes in unique gifts with a wide assortment of gourmet gift baskets, flowers, personalized gifts and much more. Go to www.GiftTree.com to use our discount.
Mrs. Fields has also offered our members a 15% discount. Go to www.mrsfields.com or call 1.800.Cookies to use this discount. (It is not valid in stores.)
And FTD has also provided FPPOA members a 15% discount as well. Log onto our website for the link to this offer. In order to take advantage of these offers, you must be a member.
All members can logon to the FPPOA website at www.fppoa.com to obtain the discount code from the Membership/Benefits page.
During FPPOA's visit with Assistant Director Matt Rowland in May, National President Karin Storm and Northeast Regional President Craig Penet discussed the protection of probation and pretrial officers, specifically as it relates to the filing of false liens and threats. Assistant Director Rowland provided FPPOA with the following information, to pass along to all in the system.
Eunice Habig, FPPOA National Treasurer has resigned. Eunice has been the National Treasurer since 2009. She has been a wonderful asset to FPPOA and she will be missed. In Euniceâs place, Leigh Swicord (Middle District of Georgia) has been appointed by the FPPOA Board as her replacement.
Effective February 1, 2013, FPPOA in conjunction with FEDS is pleased to offer all current FPPOA members one yearly half-hour consultation with an attorney on any employment related matter at no cost. This will be upon verification of your FPPOA membership status, prior to scheduling the consultation. FEDS provides professional liability insurance to the entire federal employee community.
On November 30, 2012, Maurice Foy, U.S. Probation Officer for the Eastern District of North Carolina, was presented the 2012 Mark A. Sneberger Line Officer of the Year Award for the Mid-Atlantic Region. He also received the highest national recognition, the Richard F. Doyle Award. Chief U.S. District Judge James C.