Article I NLEOA

Article I NLEOA

This Association shall be known as the Ranger Union, which is a non-profit association, now existing under and by virtue of a NLEOA Charter.

Article II

This Association shall be a free and voluntary organization, composed of law enforcement officers, including Bureau of Land Management Law Enforcement Ranger, Forest Service Officers, Fish Wildlife Refuge Officers any other land management Law Enforcement Officers that are full time. The general objectives of the Association consist of promoting labor, benevolent, educational, charitable, civic, patriotic, and fraternal activities among the members. The specific objectives of the Association are to preserve and strengthen comradeship among its members; to improve the wages, hours of work; to increase job security; to better the working conditions and living conditions of its members and their families; to promote the health security, economic, cultural, legislative, educational, social, political, and recreational interests of its members and their families and others; to defend and extend democratic institutions and procedures and civil rights and liberties of its members and their families and all other; and to maintain true allegiance and faith in the laws of the United States government and the Constitution of the United States of America.
Article III

The Association shall have an Executive Board, a Board of Directors.
Article IV

SECTION 1. The Executive Board of the Association shall be a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer. The Executive Board of Directors may create additional regions in states where COPS are located. Any additional Chapters shall be nominated and elected in a manner consistent with this Constitution. The Executive Board shall have the power to administer the affairs of the Association between meetings of the Board of Directors. In addition to the powers enumerated by this Constitution, the Executive Board shall have the power to authorize:...

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