Section 20.3 Grievance
The Fraternal Order of Police has not been shy about suggesting that Chicago Police officers should be compensated during upcoming contract talks for their performance during the NATO Summit.
But now the union is being forced to play defense to ensure its members get their due under the existing collective bargaining agreement.
The FOP has filed its fourth grievance tied to the summit, this one stemming from the city’s apparent decision not to give officers time-and-a-half overtime for working a sixth or seventh consecutive day in a week.
And of course, the other controversy rears its ugly head once again:
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