National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) Condemn Workplace Violence at Dublin Ohio Post Office

The National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) condemn the senseless act of violence that occurred on December 23, 2017 at the Dublin Ohio Post Office and a nearby apartment complex where two postal management employees were tragically killed in the line of duty by a co-worker.

NAPS National President, Brian J. Wagner, confirmed that one of the victims was a long-time member of NAPS. Acts of violence in the workplace should never and can never be justified or tolerated. The workplace must always be a haven where employees can feel safe and secure in the performance of their duties.

Law enforcement agencies are to be commended for their quick action to apprehend the perpetrator of this atrocious crime against innocent postal employees, the U.S. Postal Service and the postal communities they serve.

The entire National Association of Postal Supervisors organization sends its deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to the families and friends of the two Dublin Ohio Post Office employees whose lives were lost in this terrible workplace tragedy.


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Not to be harsh, but where where they anytime an argument or employees’ rights were violated? Anytime anything happens in my offices, mgmt can be seen breaking a new 440 dash record away from area.

No body deserved what happen in OH. But, management is a huge problem with what goes on inside the postal service today.

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