We are not fighting just for ourselves but we’re fighting for all working families.

~ Anna Dziubek, 32BJ Member, New York


Welcome to 32BJ SEIU Security

Ten years ago, 32BJ represented 1,000 private security officers: Today we’re 20,000 strong – and growing. With 32BJ, we are raising industry standards and we are winning respect on the job. We’ve helped thousands of security officers to join our ranks in Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.


We are powerful because people like you have stepped up to join the fight. We need your help leading contract campaigns, organizing non-union workers, and taking political action. If you’re interested in joining the fight and getting important union updates, fill out the contact information below:


Hamill: Security Guards at 9/11 Memorial Always Fear Staring Down the Barrel of a Gun
You just never know where the next American nut with a gun will strike. Read More »
Workers Rally in Downtown Pittsburgh for Higher Wages
More than 60 security officers and custodians turned out for a morning rally in Downtown Pittsburgh to protest low wages. Read More »


Our Opinion

A Historic Deal for Pittsburgh Security!
Maria Centeno is one of nearly 1,000 Pittsburgh security officers to win their first-ever union contract in the Steel City with 32BJ. Read More »
Making the Steel City Stronger
As Black History Month comes to close, let's make history. Let’s get these security guards family-sustaining wages. Read More »
State of the Security Division
2015 is already off to a great start. We are going to do great things this year as we get ready to negotiate a new City-wide Master Security Contract in 2016. Read More »
Turning a Dream into Reality for Baltimore Security Officers
As we celebrate Martin Ling King Jr.'s birthday, our struggles today are a painful reminder that we haven’t yet achieved his Dream. No one can survive on a security officer’s wage of as little as $9 an hour without meaningful benefits. We all deserve jobs that allow us to support our families and our... Read More »