Updated September 30, 2016

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For SCOA members who plan to register on the website to gain access to members-only items (forms, newsletters, etc.) please keep in mind that the registration process is set up to verify each member based on the required information listed on the registration form.

When you register you are required to enter the following information:

1. Username (you create your own)

2. Password

3. Your Title (Rank)

4. First Name

5. Last Name

6. Last 4 Digits of your SSN (for verification purposes)

7. The command you work for -OR- if you are retired select RETIRED

8. and you are required to agree to the Terms of Service

You also have the option to provide your phone number and subscribe to email updates.  This is optional.

Please use your actual first and last names – no nicknames.  Do not use apostrophes.  Some last names that are hyphenated may or may not be accepted.  I recommend members try registering with hyphens and if it does not work then try without.  Do not end last names with Sr. or Jr. as this will not work.  If the registration application is still not accepting your information please contact Jessica at gro.a1490632430ocssy1490632430n@ple1490632430hbew1490632430 or the Union office.  We have the list of how your name should be inputed if you need assistance.

After you submit your registration application you will receive an email with your login information (user name and password) ONLY if the information entered (first name, last name and last 4 digits of your social security number) is correct.  You will also receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription to email updates (email subscription is optional).

Once you log in you can then go to your Member Profile where you will have the option to change your password and update your information.

If anyone is having any trouble registering or logging on please email Jessica at SCOA Web HelpI am constantly checking my emails to help members.

Thank you,
Jessica Peña
Sergeant & Web Designer

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