Shelton Loses Another Labor Decision Over Police Officers Forced To Change Outside

The City of Shelton lost another case before the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration over forcing police officers to use outside portable toilets instead of police station locker rooms during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Shelton police officers – particularly female officers, according to the decision – were punished when photos surfaced showing them having to change clothes in the parking lot, but those punishments have largely been overturned when brought to the arbitration board by the local police union.

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