Michigan Corrections Organization
Michigan Corrections Organization (MCO) represents roughly 6,000 corrections officers and forensic security assistants working inside Michigan's prisons and the Center for Forensic Psychiatry. MCO also represents Absconder Recovery Unit investigators and other Michigan Department of Corrections employees.
MCO has the highest membership density of any state of Michigan employee union. Members own the union and are engaged on the things that matter most to them. Read more about MCO at http://www.mco-seiu.org/about-us/.
Full list of Michigan Corrections Organization results
Opinion: If you want insurance for your recruitment efforts, don’t forget about retention–
Even the most robust recruitment program won’t solve correctional facility staffing challenges if there’s no plan to retain personnel
Recognizing correctional officers and their value as part of law enforcement–
National Correctional Officers Week is when the nation acknowledges the vital role COs play in the criminal justice system
Video: Serving in corrections is a family tradition for this Mich. father and son–
Jim McVean just retired after a career with the Michigan DOC of more than 25 years; his son recently celebrated his 10-year anniversary
Why we should recognize achievements in corrections–
Labor union MCO is taking steps to lift up the achievements of members and CO supporters
How privatizing the inmate food supply led to missteps in Michigan–
From the outset, Michigan COs were concerned that private contractors would jeopardize inmate health and facility security
Move Forward Campaign honors Mich. correctional officers–
The campaign aims to elevate corrections and forensic officers in the criminal justice system and showcase the diverse and unique work expected of the modern-day CO