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NFOP Collective Bargaining Seminar November 9-12, 2015 Las Vegas, NV Presented by The National Fraternal Order of Police Division of Labor Services
Arizona pension fund for police gets new top executive PHOENIX, AZ (AP) – Arizona's pension fund for public safety workers has a new chief administrator to oversee the multi-billion dollar plan's investment portfolio.
FOP Urges Veto Override Springfield - The Illinois Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) is urging the Illinois House to override a veto by Governor Rauner involving using arbitration in labor negotiations.
National FOP Grand Lodge elects Chester County resident as national second vice president PITTSBURGH, PA – The National Fraternal Order of Police Grand Lodge recently elected Les Neri, of the Downingtown area, as national second vice president.
San Jose Approves Deal with Police Union That Replaces Much of Measure B SAN JOSE, CA – San Jose city leaders took a big step Tuesday in repairing the damage caused by the so-called pension reform measure, Measure B: The city council approved an agreement with the police and firefighters unions, which replaced some of the severe benefits cuts and restored pay.
LMPD Memo announces change to 8-hour shifts in all divisions LOUISVILLE, KY – The memo from Chief Steve Conrad sent to LMPD staff announces all patrol divisions will be moving to eight-hour shifts beginning Sept. 27. This is a change from the current "4-10" plan in place with Louisville Metro Police.
County approves labor agreements with two law enforcement unions SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, CA – The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved labor agreements with two of the county's law enforcement unions, both of which provide for about 2.5 percent wage adjustments.
Fort Smith OKs Budget Cuts To Help Fill Pension Gap FORT SMITH, AK – Fort Smith leaders voted Tuesday to transfer hundreds of thousands of dollars from the 2015 General Fund budget to an underfunded pension account for police and fire personnel.
Police and city officials back at the negotiation table SAN ANTONIO, TX – Contract negotiations between the city and police union picked up again Tuesday morning.