Dayton, FOP Police Union At Impasse After Disputes About ‘Me Too’ Clauses, Pay Packages

The city of Dayton and the police union remain at an impasse over contract negotiations and the dispute is headed to conciliation for resolution.

The Dayton police unions’ contracts expired at the end of last year, and Kyle Thomas, president of the Dayton Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 44, claims the city was unwilling to come to the bargaining table in a good-faith manner and offer fair and adequate compensation packages that would help address the police department’s well-documented problems with hiring, attrition and retention.

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