Federal court denies Postal police union’s request for injunction against USPS and PMG DeJoy

WASHINGTON — A federal court in Washington denied the Postal Police Officers Association’s request for a preliminary injunction in its case accusing the U.S. Postal Service and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy of exceeding the agency’s authority by restricting the officers’ law enforcement jurisdiction to Postal Service property.


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Ok, lets get this straight, the USPS Postal Police were formed to be a security force and were later given police powers on Postal Property. The Postal Police are not an investigative force and are not trained to be such. The U.S.P.I.S. (US Postal Inspection Service) has Postal Inspector who are highly trained criminal investigators (series 1811), all must have a college degrees. Postal Inspectors investigate all postal crimes/violent crimes against USPS. The USPS also has Special Agents with the USPS OIG that investigate Internal crimes/Fraud, Waist, Abuse. The US Postal Police are trying to worm their way into doing… Read more »

Since we’re striving for truth, “Postal Inspector Max Steele,” I doubt that ANY of these same descriptors would apply to the FBI, ATF, DEA, Secret Service, etc.: The US Attorney, as stated in ROBERT NIGG; KEITH LEWIS, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE regarding POSTAL INSPECTORS: *The overwhelming majority of a Postal Inspector’s time is spent working at a desk or in an office setting or otherwise performing non-manual work in the field. *Postal Inspectors are authorized to make arrests and execute search warrants but do not generally perform these duties on a daily or even weekly basis.… Read more »