Correctional Officers & the Correctional Officer Bill of Rights

Beginning today, October 1st 2019, Maryland correctional officers who are members of AFSCME Council 3 should contact Kahn, Smith & Collins for representation under the Correctional Officer Bill of Rights (COBR). KSC will represent correctional officers at interviews and before hearing boards. They work to ensure officers are afforder their rights and receive fair treatment and just outcomes. 

Kahn, Smith & Collins has long represented AFSCME Maryland. We help AFSCME Maryland protect and empower public employees. KSC represented AFSCME Maryland when the COBR was developed and enacted in 2010. Since then, our attorneys have represented correctional officers in court actions to enforce the COBR and related state laws.

AFSCME is proud to continue working with KSC to ensure correctional officers are represented by advocates for fairness. Our local leaders have met each of the attorneys representing correctional officers and we are proud of the team that will be representing hard-working correctional officers. 

Contact the team: