Montana Highway Patrol Collective Bargaining Agreement

Highway Patrol: employees who provide safe and legitimate vehicle movements on highways. We hope that the following information will be useful when you decide to financially support the American Association of State Troopers or not. AAST is a national non-profit organization of active and retired state troops, highway patrol officers and state police. The association is fraternal in nature and is not a union or collective agreement. Membership in AAST is optional; the choice of participation is made on an individual basis. In addition, AAST is the only national association organized exclusively for individual soldiers. There are currently more than 3,500 AAST members in 48 countries. AAST`s mission is to improve the personal and professional lives of state forces across the country by providing important benefits and services, facilitating the exchange of professional and technical information, and expanding opportunities for camaraderie for soldiers beyond their national borders. The benefits of members are: If you place your number in the National Do Not Call Registry, most telemarketing calls are over, but not all. Due to restrictions on the jurisdiction of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), telephone calls from political organizations, charities and interstates are still permitted, as are calls from companies with which you have an existing business relationship or from companies to which you expressly consent in writing to receive your calls.

In addition, non-profit organizations such as AAST and charities are not covered by the national registry. Be assured, however, if you are called by our fundraiser, you can ask not to receive any further calls from or on behalf of AAST. We will be happy to include your phone number (s) on our internal Do-not-call list. We don`t want to contact someone who chooses not to be called. For more questions and answers regarding the National Do Not Call Registry, please see www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/consumer/alerts/alt107.shtm.Again if you have had a problem with a call you received from our fundraiser, please contact Director of Operations, Joan M. Breeding at (800) 765-5456 ext. 202, or email This email address is protected from spammer bots. You need to have JavaScript enabled to view it. Please include your name and phone number with the prefix to which you were called. – Trooper Aid to Education Reimbursement – Fraternity Financial Support – Reception of the National Newsletter – Trooper Connection – Interactive Site (www.statetroopers.org) for news, merchandise, subscriptions and other updates HELP US, HELP TROOPERSThe real cost of making the benefit package available AAST members have been made available, far beyond the annual dues paid.

That`s why we rely on generous public contributions to various fundraising organizations mandated by AAST to provide the funds needed to support the benefits of our soldiers. By supporting AAST, you are demonstrating your commitment to supporting soldiers in your own state and across the country. You don`t have to wait to ask for a gift! You can call AAST at any time either by direct donation to AAST, 1949 Raymond Diehl Road, Tallahassee, FL 32308 or for credit card donations, call (800) 765-5456. The current contract with Unit 5 is in effect from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2023. $5,000 to cover the Accidental Death D (AD-D) – on or off the workplace is not an age limit AAST is a tax-exempt organization of 501 (c) (5). Donations to the association are not deductible from income tax. We are 100% obligated to provide our troops with the services and services they need and deserve.