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NJLECOA Health Plan Conversion

See the attached information regarding the health plan conversion.
Download: coltr0222-njlesa-njlecoa-health-plan-conversion.pdf

Covid -19 Update from NJDOC

COVID -19 UPDATE from NJDOC   (1) based on current Covid-19 data within the NJDOC, the Department is planning to resume certain "soft reopenings" on April 1.  This does not currently include visits, nor does it permit volunteers or visitors into the facilities.

PERC Decision COD

Here is the PERC Decision for interim relief for the closing of the COD. Thank you to all of those members who gave input and the information we utilized to make our arguements! It truly was a team effort.
Download: IR-2021-020 PERC Decision COD.pdf

Open Childcare for first responders!

The Coalition of Custody Unions, NJLECOA, NJSOA, NJLESA, PBA 105, request the opening of child care for first responders. Staff can not report to work with the schools closed and child care facilities.
Download: Coalition Letter-Child Care 3.26.2020.pdf

Contract Negotiations 2019-2023

The time has arrived to begin the Contract Negotiations for the 2019 to 2023 NJLECOA Contract. Please take the time to look over the contract that has been sent to you via email.  Volunteers for the Contract Committee can email Once we have the volunteers, we will form the committee. Thank you.

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Retired Membership 

When you retire, your membership in the Association is not automatically renewed.  Despite the benefits, and for whatever reason, some members wish not to continue membership upon retirement.  It is clearly an individual choice.

If you would like to apply for retired membership, you must complete a new membership application and submit it to the Association, along with payment of dues assessed on a pro rata basis.  In other words, dues owed at the time of your application for retired membership are based on the effective date of your retirement as follows: 

January 1 — $100

February 1 — $91.67

March 1 — $83.33

April 1 — $75

May 1 — $66.67

June 1 — $58.33

July 1 — $50

August 1 — $41.67

September 1 — $33.33

October 1 — $25

November 1 — $16.67

December 1 — $8.33


Additionally, retired members renewing their annual dues for calendar year 2018 should make payment to the Association in the amount of $100.


Only personal checks and money orders made payable to the New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association will be accepted.

Membership is not gaurenteed. When you submit your application, your membership will be put to vote by the current membership at the monthly meeting. Your application must receive a majority vote to be accepted. 


Membership applications are available for download from this website. 


Completed applications for retired membership, along with payment of dues, should be mailed to the following address:


New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association

P.O. Box 7424

Ewing, NJ 08628-7424

Attn: Secretary of the NJLECOA

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