Well, I'm pretty positive this isn't the best place for this, but really just hoping you guys can point me into the right direction. I no longer have information on how to contact the union, and this was actually the most promising site that popped up in my Google searches. So here is my story for anyone interested... and any help would be greatly appreciated. Years ago (approximately 7) I was a PT UPS union worker at a small hub. As "crappy" as the job was, I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. I was quite good at the work and was able to earn a premium position in the first 6 months on the job (was also able to work every position on the shift in the first year). Not trying to boast, but I was young (early 20s) and UPS was the first job that I had really taken seriously. I still look back and am quite proud of the work I performed while at UPS. Unfortunately there was a pretty terrible situation that happened at the hub. Despite being quite oblivious and *completely* un-involved with the actions that got people in trouble (and to my knowledge prosecuted), the Loss Prevention Officer did not believe me and directly threatened action against me and my family until I resigned. To be completely honest, I was young, stupid, and extremely scared. The threats he made (although likely empty threats in retrospect) were enough for me to think my job at UPS was not worth potential hardship and embarrassment that would be felt by me and my family despite me being innocent. For what it is worth, I'm not trying to get something out of this. This bad event in my life actually set me on path to eventually continue my education. I'm proud to of completed my bachelors degree and to currently be working towards a graduate degree. I'm not sure I would of accomplished these things if I had been treated justly and fairly during the events that happened way back at UPS. While I understand that the LP officer has a hard job to perform, I still feel he performed his job poorly and most importantly, unethically. Unfortunately its taken me way to long to actually pursue something I should of done years ago. It's not something I ever really dwell on, but I woke up in the middle of the night with this on my mind and felt the need to act right away... I'm currently taking a course on ethics and regulations, and I guess my professor is a lot better than I am give him credit for. Hopefully someone can send me in the right direction so that I can share my story fully with a union representative, and potentially it will make a difference in how these situations are handled. I truly got the impression that this was a "normal day at the office" for the LP officer and I doubt his actions would be the "acceptable norm" for UPS and/or the Union.