LELS Members make decisions that run the union.
- 5,020 Licensed Peace Officers
- 1,507 Non-Licensed Corrections, 911 Dispatchers, Firefighters and Public Safety Administrative Support Personnel
- 261 Agencies Represented
- 452 union locals across the state of Minnesota
Law Enforcement Labor Services (LELS), founded in 1977, represents the interests and priorities of its members. LELS provides professional legal representation and advocates for its members, negotiating safer working conditions and competitive compensation and benefits. LELS values the courage, compassion and professionalism of its members.
Law Enforcement Labor Services (LELS) builds and sustains the trust of its members by improving their working conditions and benefits and by providing effective legal representation. Employment contracts are negotiated with management in good faith and with the members’ best interests at heart. LELS honors and upholds the profession of law enforcement, ensuring all those who serve have the necessary support, tools and confidence to protect the lives, property and dignities of others.
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