Category: Mandatory Subjects Of Bargaining

Q & A

From Florida:Question: We currently do not have our promotional process in our collective bargaining agreement. The process is outlined in the general orders of the police department. The administration attempted

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From Michigan:Question: Our Department is attempting to implement into our Firearms Standards Policy the following: “All officers carrying privately-owned firearms off duty must complete a Request for Authorized Firearm Form.

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From Illinois:Question: Several years ago the City bargained for random drug testing of police officers. The contract states: “Employees covered by this Agreement shall be subject to random drug testing,

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Porta-Potty Retaliation

The Shelton Police Union and the City of Shelton, Connecticut are parties to a collective bargaining agreement. On March 10, 2020, Governor Ned Lamont proclaimed a COVID-19 state of emergency.

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Q & A

From Washington:Question: Can an employer mandate/require an officer to get the COVID-19 vaccine to continue working? Do you see guilds/unions challenging this and how do you see courts ruling? Answer:

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From New Jersey:Question: As a member of the FOP executive board, my deputy chief told me he is going to change a practice that involves our detectives. Although he did

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