Founder of Washington, D.C. Security Unions Sentenced for Thefts

Security guardOn September 17, J.C. Stamps, founder and former executive director of the National Union of Protective Services Associations and the National Union of Law Enforcement Associations, was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to nine months in prison, three years of supervised probation, and 100 hours of community service, for embezzling nearly $200,000 from benefit plans of the Washington, D.C.-based unions. He also was ordered to pay restitution of $192,091. Stamps, a Washington, D.C. cop prior to founding the unions, had pleaded guilty in June following a probe by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards, Employee Benefits Security Administration, and Office of Inspector General.


Washington, D.C.-Area Police, Security Union Boss Pleads Guilty to Theft