FENTANYL HAZARD FOR LEOs

  Extreme Caution is Required when Testing or Handling Unknown Substances Law Enforcement officers are encouraged to use extreme caution when handling any unknown substances in the field, jail or prison. The story below highlights the dangers all our LEOs are exposed to everyday while executing their duties and responsibilities … Continue reading

Camp Allen 2017 – A Special Day for All

Every year, for the last 45 years, Teamsters Local 633 sponsors a special day for Camp Allen attendees. Camp Allen hosts individuals of all ages with developmental and physical challenges.  Principal Officer Jeff Padellaro stated that this year’s event was once again a great success. Jeff credited the many active … Continue reading

Scholarship Winners are Announced for 2017

  Secretary Treasurer Jeffrey Padellaro and the Executive Board are pleased to announce the Local Union’s 2017 Scholarship Awards. 12 families were notified on July 25, 2017, that their children would receive a scholarship from Local 633.  These families were eligible for the scholarship by simply filling out the Scholarship Form that … Continue reading

WMUR – “Staffing Issues Delay Opening of New Women’s Prison”

WMUR reported on the issues concerning the proposed opening of the new Women’s Prison. The numbers put forth by the state refer only to the Women’s prison and did not address the severe shortages presently occurring at all the facilities. Jeff Padellaro and the Teamsters are continuing their efforts to … Continue reading

CSO Contract Signing Ceremony at the NH Supreme Court

L to R: Chris Keating, Director AOC; Pat Ryan, Regional Director AOC; Steve Reynolds, CSO  and Steward; Richard Laughton, Business Agent; the Honorable Linda Stewart Dalianis, Chief Justice NH Supreme Court; Lance Walton, Supervisor CSO and Steward; Jason Jordanhazy, Security Manager AOC; and Kim France, HR Director AOC. State Court … Continue reading

NH DOC Unsustainable Overtime – A Snapshot

Jeff Padellaro has made the Governor aware, through direct communication, that the current staffing levels of the Department of Corrections are unacceptable. The overtime necessary to maintain critical staffing for the Concord facility on July 8th and 9th was beyond unacceptable. On the 8th of July over 49% of the … Continue reading