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FOP donates iPads to burglarized W. Phila. school The local Fraternal Order of Police lodge donated 20 iPads to Our Mother of Sorrows St. Ignatius School on Monday as part of an effort by the organization to replenish the school's computer lab, which was burglarized in early June.
Employment Opportunity: Executive Director, Kalamazoo County (MI) Consolidated Dispatch Authority
FOP seeks public confidence, not division The Blue Alert system will work much like that of the highly successful Amber and Silver alerts. Issuing a Blue Alert must meet strict guidelines when there is serious injury or death of an officer in the line of duty, when an officer is missing in connection with his official duties, or when there is an imminent, credible threat that an individual intends to cause the serious injury or death of a law enforcement officer.

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"Social Security Fairness Act" Introduced in Senate!!!
Proposed Changes to Overtime Regulations: How Will They Affect You?
Senate Passes Employees' Retirement Act!!! Allows Federal L.E.O.s to retire without penalty

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Comment: FOP chief urges schools to ink contract It is my understanding that the contract talks are currently at a standstill over two contract items - union dues and the employee grievance procedure. Both of these items have been a part of Local 215's contract for years and I fail to see why these two items would cause talks to stop.
Police officers seeking retirement changes Jamestown Police Department officers are seeking the ability to make additional retirement contributions.
Commissioners vote to allow retired Calvert deputies to work without participating in pension plan The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners approved an amendment to the Sheriff's Department Pension Plan on Tuesday, allowing retired deputies to be employed after retirement but not participate in the plan.

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