First Thursday, October 2015

Topics discussed in this month’s podcast include:

  • The Negotiability Of A Disciplinary Matrix, Middletown Borough Police Officers Association, 47 PPER ¶ 30 (Penn. LRB 2015)
  • Acquittal In Criminal Case Does Not Mean Firefighter Could Not Be Fired, City of Seattle, (Lankford 2015)
  • Deputy Sheriff Can Be Fired For Conduct While On Unpaid Leave, Negron v. Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission, 2015 WL 5146622 (Cal. App. 2015)
  • Court Rejects FOIA Requests For Race, Gender Of Supervisors With IA Complaints, Fraternal Order of Police v. District of Columbia, 2015 WL 5474117 (D.C. App. 2015)
  • Court Upholds Arbitrator’s Decision Allowing Officer To Work In Bar, Township of Wilkins v. Wage Policy Committee, 2015 WL 5438860 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2015)
  • No FLSA Compensation For Time Spent By Visiting Firefighters Picking Up Safety Gear From Home Station, Balestrieri v. Menlo Park Fire Protection District, 2015 WL 5166732 (9th Cir. 2015)