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NFOP Law Enforcement Labor Summit and Legal Counselors Seminar Law Enforcement Labor Summit, February: 25-26, 2015
Legal Counselors Seminar, February 27-28, 2015
City of Wichita, police union settle quickly on new contract WICHITA, KS – A police union contract approved this week by the Wichita City Council will provide pay increases of 9 to 10 percent for eligible officers over the three-year life of the deal, the union president said.
FOP files motion to kill pay bill CHARLES COUNTY, MD - Referendum effort to come, union rep says
Georgetown gives police $32,000 in back pay GEORGETOWN, DE - Georgetown Police Department paid current and former officers a combined $32,000 in retroactive pay in November after deciding its payroll accounting had systematically shortchanged the officers for years.
Amity Township approves new police contract AMITY TOWNSHIP, PA - The Amity Township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a new five-year contract with the Amity Township Police Department on Dec. 3.
NFOP webinar on Body-Worn Cameras: Privacy, Professionalism, and Protection
Best Practices Update
Saginaw implements 'hybrid pension plan' for city police officers SAGINAW, MI – Saginaw City Council on Monday, Dec. 8, approved a change to the pension plans provided to city police officers.
Columbia police officers to receive 7 percent pay increase COLUMBIA, SC – The Columbia Police Department is offering a 7 percent salary increase for all department personnel in an effort to attract new recruits and retain officers currently with the department who may be looking elsewhere for better pay. Read more here:
Reno reaches deal on $66 million police labor contract RENO, NV - After nearly two years of contentious negotiations, the Reno City Council unanimously approved a $66 million labor contract with its police union, narrowly avoiding a costly arbitration process.
NY reaches labor deal with supervisors of police, fire, correction and sanitation departments NEW YORK, NY – The city has reached contract agreements with a coalition of eight unions representing almost 12,000 city employees who are supervisors in the police, fire, correction and sanitation departments, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.