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NFOP Collective Bargaining Seminar November 11 - 14, 2014 in San Diego, CA The California State FOP is hosting the NFOP Collective Bargaining Seminar November 11–14, 2014 in San Diego, CA.
NFOP webinar on Body-Worn Cameras: Privacy, Professionalism, and Protection
Video and Slides now available
Oregon Supreme Court hears arguments in public employees pension case SALEM, OR – Attorneys representing public employees told the Oregon Supreme Court on Tuesday that a contract is a contract, and the justices should reject the Legislature's attempt to reduce annual cost-of-living increases for retired workers.
Significant turnaround projected for City's Police and Fire Pension Fund OMAHA, NE – It has long been a source of heartburn at City Hall, the multi-million dollar shortfall for Omaha's police and fire pension plan. But changes to police and fire contracts may have solved the problem. That's according to the latest projections released Wednesday.
Ozark aldermen send police union issue to public hearing OZARK, MO – Aldermen have tentatively set a public meeting for 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20 – one hour prior to the next regular Board of Aldermen meeting – for a public meeting in regard to a request to the city from the Fraternal Order of Police.
Hatch proposes tax exemption for public pensions DES MOINES, IA – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch on Tuesday proposed to exempt public pensions from state income taxation.
Retirements changed, clerk interviews set MARYSVILLE, OH – Marysville City Council unanimously approved modifications to some city employees' retirement contributions.
Fort Smith Leaders To Discuss Fire, Police Pensions FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS – Fort Smith leaders are expected to meet with state legislators Tuesday to talk about fire/police pension funding and an anticipated shortfall beginning in 2019.
State to pay $21.5 million in state trooper OT suit MASSACHUSETTS – The Patrick administration has agreed to pay $21.5 million to nearly 2,000 current and retired state troopers, and grant some of them extra time off, to settle a legal claim by the troopers who said they were shortchanged when they worked overtime from 2001 through 2013.
Firefighters, police officers protest Prop 487, dark money funded Phoenix pension reform plan PHOENIX, AZ – Firefighters and police officers gathered to protest Thursday outside the offices of the "dark money" group the Arizona Free Enterprise Club in Phoenix.