Capitol Police Committed Unfair Labor Practice, Decision Finds

The Capitol Police engaged in an unfair labor practice when it unilaterally suspended the union’s collective bargaining agreement as the coronavirus pandemic began last March, according to a decision by an Office of Congressional Workplace Rights hearing officer. The hearing officer, Bruce D. Rosenstein, found that when the Capitol Police suspended the collective bargaining agreement […]

NJ Correctional Police Officer Allegedly Concealed His Membership In Outlaw Motorcycle Gang

Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that a suspended senior correctional police officer at Northern State Prison was indicted today on charges including official misconduct for falsifying a New Jersey Department of Corrections record to conceal his membership in an outlaw motorcycle gang. The Office of Public Integrity and Accountability (OPIA) today obtained a state […]

Saginaw Police Officers File Age-Discrimination Lawsuit Against City, Union

SAGINAW, MI — Several Saginaw police officers have filed a lawsuit against the city they work in and their own union, alleging a contract change is forcing them to work years longer before they can retire with full health care coverage. Attorney Victor J. Mastromarco Jr. on Feb. 9 filed the lawsuit in Saginaw County […]