MASTER DESIGNATIONS & DTOs PROGRESS MADE ON LABOR MANAGEMENT FRONT May 17, 2013
On Tuesday, May 14, 2013, President Owensby and I attended a meeting with the Director of Public Safety regarding the pending contractual matters related to the Master Designations and the Detective Training Officer program.
I am happy to report we made significant progress as a result of this meeting. As you are aware, an agreement was previously reached with the City to create and fund the Master Patrol Officer and Master Detective designations. This was part of the package ...
RAISES ON THE WAY THIS SUMMER, MUCH WORK STILL TO BE DONE
Last night, (05/07/2013) the Rules and Public Policy Committee of the Indianapolis City County Council heard the fiscal impact study related to the contractual amendment for our 2013 salary and benefits. As you are aware the proposal was passed by our membership with over a 90% approval margin.
Subsequently, we have operated under the following new provisions:
Effective July 1, 2013, there will be a 3% increase in the base salary and from January 1-June 30, 2013, there will be no ...
INDY FOP VOTES TO RESCIND LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR BISARD VIOLATION OF TRUST AND RESPONSIBILITY TO MEMBERSHIP CITED INDIANAPOLIS – On Thursday 05/02/2013, the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #86 voted to rescind legal assistance for David Bisard. At the conclusion of the membership vote, the Indianapolis FOP issued the following written statement:
“The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #86 completed a Regular Business Meeting this evening (05/02/2013) in which the recent arrest and allegations concerning David Bisard were discussed. During the meeting a vote was completed by the body of the Lodge ...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE INDY FOP REACTS TO THE ARREST OF DAVID BISARD LODGE EMPHASIZES FACT FINDING AND PRESCRIBED PROCESS INDIANAPOLIS – On Saturday 04/27/2013, the Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #86 learned of the Saturday afternoon arrest of David Bisard.
In response to the public announcement of the arrest, the Indianapolis FOP issued the following written statement:
“The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #86 was disappointed to ...
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The members of FOP86 are committed to protecting and serving the Indianapolis community. As a service to our community, FOP86 would like to provide the following information to the Indianapolis community. The information includes links to city and not for profit organizations engaged in creating a better future for Indianapolis and [...]
Every December, the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #86 sponsors an Annual Shop With A Cop® Event. Marion County police officers from 11 different departments unite to take needy children from all over the Indianapolis community each year and spend the day with them.
The day begins with each child being picked up in a police [...]