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Arbitration ruling favors Clinton police union CLINTON, IA – Iowa arbitrator Terry Loeschen made his ruling this week in a wage dispute between the city of Clinton and the Clinton Police Department's union. Favoring the union, the decision serves as another blow to the city, this being its second arbitration loss in the fiscal year.
DRPA, police force wrap up arbitration PENNSYLVANIA & NEW JERSEY – The long-running labor dispute between the Delaware River Port Authority and its police force may be coming to an end.
Woodbury, police union come to agreement over help for disabled officer WOODBURY, NJ – City officials and members of local police union have come to a tentative agreement that would allow officers to donate accumulated vacation, comp and personal time to help a fellow, disabled Woodbury police officer who was laid off last week.
Administrator: Police-fire pension should be fully funded by 2019 SPRINGFIELD, MO – At the moment, it's looking like Springfield's 3/4-cent pension sales tax won't need to run for a third term.
North Sewickley Township addresses police pension payment issue NORTH SEWICKLEY TWP, PA – The township has corrected a previous audit finding for its police pension plan, the state announced.
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.
Newark seeks to slash cops' pay, hire 65 more officers in 2015 NEWARK, NJ – Newark would like to make cuts in city cops' compensation packages in order to save enough money to hire an additional 65 officers in 2015, officials announced.
FOP proposes collective bargaining bill for session CHARLES COUNTY, MD – The Charles County Fraternal Order of Police has proposed legislation to the county commissioners that would grant collective bargaining rights, including salary and benefits, to sworn members of the Charles County Sheriff's Office.
Police bargaining unit OK'd, union election next OZARK, MO – In the near future, Ozark police department employees will vote to decide if they want to be represented by a union — the Fraternal Order of Police.
Police Pay Gap: Many of America's Finest Struggle on Poverty Wages MISSOURI – In the aftermath of the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, last August, police officers from throughout St. Louis County were dispatched there to respond to mounting protests. Though the officers were doing the same jobs, they were paid starkly different wages, some as low as $10.50 an hour.