Vallejo exits bankruptcy

This post original appeared in Vallejo got court approval to exit from bankruptcy last week with a plan that includes a sharp increase in pension payments to CalPERS — the opposite of what many expected when the city declared bankruptcy in May 2008. Unions feared that bankruptcy would be used to overturn labor contracts […]

Hundreds of Chicago officers could be punished for not filing ethics statements

CHICAGO, IL &#8211 According to the Chicago Sun-Times, as many as 1,000 Chicago Police officers could be disciplined for not filing their annual city ethics statements by the June 1 deadline. Officers were notified of the deadline electronically instead of by mail. The fate of the officers remains unclear. Rich Superfine, an attorney with the […]

Yet More Discord Over D.C. Police Department’s ‘All Hands on Deck’ program

WASHINGTON, DC – Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier’s All Hands on Deck (AHOD) program has suffered another setback. The District’s Public Employee Relation Board has upheld a 2009 arbitration decision requiring overtime pay for officers required to work AHOD and directs police officials to rescind orders enabling the initiative. AHOD, which is a major […]

Contract In The News updated

New contract summaries added for: Detroit, Michigan Police Atlantic County, New Jersey Jail (Supervisors) Go to Contracts In The News