Security Union Treasurer in Washington, D.C. Sentenced for Fraud

Security guardOn September 30, Patricia Moore, former secretary-treasurer of the National Union of Protective Services Associations (NUPSA), was sentenced in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to 150 days of home confinement and four years of supervised probation for conspiracy to commit wire fraud from NUPSA and a related Washington, D.C.-based union, the National Union of Law Enforcement Associations. She also was ordered to pay $107,346 in restitution and a $100 assessment. Moore had been charged on October 13, 2011 for defrauding the unions in the amount of $109,866.17; she pleaded guilty two weeks later. The actions follow a joint probe by the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Labor-Management Standards, Office of Inspector General, and Employee Benefits Security Administration.