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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.
Columbia to recognize same-sex spouse in city retirement plans COLUMBIA, MO – City employees who are legally married to a person of the same sex will now be entitled to the same retirement benefits given to opposite-sex spouses.
NFOP webinar on Body-Worn Cameras: Privacy, Professionalism, and Protection
10/9/2014 @ 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Springfield police union, city can't reach agreement in first-ever contract negotiations SPRINGFIELD, MO – The first contract negotiations ever between the city of Springfield and a union representing its police force continue to founder, prompting some police officers to picket outside a city council meeting.
Police union, city resume collective bargaining negotiations SAN ANTONIO, TX – Union's plan calls for monthly premiums.
Pensions stick with hedge funds despite CalPERS exodus CALIFORNIA – A high-profile hedge fund exodus from a huge pension manager does not appear likely to spark a major movement.
Palo Alto to reconsider closed sessions for labor talks PALO ALTO, CA – City Council defers scheduled discussion on management compensation, agrees to hold 'broad policy' discussion on negotiations.
Police union, Somerville at odds on Narcan SOMERVILLE, MA – A drug used to combat the recent spike in heroin overdoses in New England has become the center of a labor dispute between Somerville officials and a police union asking for a new contract.
Independent group highlights pros, cons of Phoenix pension act PHOENIX, AZ – An independent group of Phoenix residents tasked with evaluating Proposition 487 — a ballot initiative seeking to end the city's employee-pension system for new hires — has outlined what it sees as its most pressing potential consequences, both positive and negative.
'Frivolous' actions of FOP: 'extortion' ROSELAND, NJ – A contentious dialogue between the governing body and president of Roseland's Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Local 184 over an increase in overtime continued during the Tuesday, Sept. 9 meeting of the mayor and council when Patrolman Fred Hesselbirg used the public comment to address a FOP concern.