Police. All functions that require a police officer as determined by the Chief of Police or his/her designee will require an hourly charge with a four (4) hour minimum per police officer. This includes the entire time the police officer is on duty, including pre and post function hours as required. These funds are paid directly to the Wells Police Department.
Police. The provision of law enforcement services in connection with any aspect of the commuter passenger rail service shall be the exclusive responsibility of the Commissions, and in no event shall the Commissions or any Operator assert any right to require provision of the services of such law enforcement services from the Department. The Department shall be responsible for providing law enforcement services, including the policing of trespassers, on the Virginia Tracks and other Virginia-Acquired RF&P Assets. The Commissions will use reasonable efforts to have the local law enforcement personnel with whom the Commissions work to cooperate with the Department’s and CSXT’s law enforcement personnel with regard to the Department’s and CSXT’s policing of trespassers within the RF&P Corridor.
Police. Whenever a large number of people are expected to attend an outdoor activity at the park the city shall have the right to determine the total number of police officers for such event. If the Police Chief, Mayor, or Safety Service Director deems it necessary that there be an additional officer or officers, or if the renter requests an additional officer, then the city will provide one and the renter shall pay the city the current rate for each officer involved.
Police. City participates in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). The Public Employees’ Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) of 2013 applies to all public employers and public pension plans which include CalPERS. Hire date on or after January 1, 2013 and deemed “new” member (New member = no prior PERS/reciprocal employment or a break in service greater than 6 months) Benefits include: Section 7522.25 (2.7% @ 57 Safety Formula) Section 20037 (Three Year Final Compensation) Employee contribution = 50% of Total Normal Cost,. Contribution amount is recalculated each year by CalPERS actuarial study. Hire date on or after September 1, 2012 and deemed “classic” member (Classic member = prior PERS/reciprocal employment with less than 6 month break in service) Benefits include: Section 21362 (2% @ 50 Safety Formula), Section 20037 (Three-Year Final Compensation) Employee contribution (Section 20678) = 9% Employees shall pay a combined total of twelve percent (12%) (9% employee contribution plus 3% employer contribution) towards CalPERS retirement. The 3% shall be paid into the employee’s individual CalPERS account via a CalPERS contract amendment. Hire date prior to September 1, 2012 Benefits include: Section 21362.2 (3% @ 50 Safety Formula) Section 20042 (One Year Final Compensation) Employee contribution (Section 20678) = 9% Employees shall pay a combined total of twelve percent (12%) (9% employee contribution plus 3% employer contribution) towards CalPERS retirement. The 3% shall be paid into the employee’s individual CalPERS account via a CalPERS contract amendment. All Police safety retirements also include the following contracted PERS provisions: Section 20903 (Two Years Additional Service Credit – if “Golden Handshake” activated), Section 20965 (Credit for Unused Sick Leave) Section 21024 (Military Service Credit as Public Service) Section 21548 (Pre-Retirement Option 2W Death Benefit) Section 21574 (Fourth Level of 1959 Survivor Benefits) Sections 21624, 21626 and 21628 (Post-Retirement Survivor Allowance)
Police. For purposes of this collective agreement, the Police Department shall be comprised of a minimum of five (5)divisions, namely: Platoon Traffic Division Detective Division Youth Division Administration Division The Platoon Division shall consist of a minimum of four (4) designated as A Platoon, B Platoon, C Platoon and D Platoon, with each platoon consisting of a minimum of one (1)Inspector, one (1) Sergeant, one (1) Corporal, fifteen 5) Constables, and one Operator. The Platoon Division shall also in- clude a minimum of one (1) additional Inspector who shall be designated for relief purposes during period of absence of the Platoon Inspector. This Inspector also perform other duties as determined by the Chief of Police or his delegate. The TrafficDivision shall consist of a of ant and seven Con The Detective Division shall one (1) Inspector, one (1) Staff Sergeant, six (6) Sergeants, eight (8)Corporals and twelve (12)Constables. Two or more of the Constables shall be attached to the Drug Section on a rotation basis for a period of time as determined by the Chief of Police. Upon the expiry of their rotation period, consideration shall be given to members to the position they last held prior to the rotation period. From this complement of personnel, the Officer in Charge of the Detective Division shall maintain an Investigation Section, an Identification Section, a Drug Section, a Polygraph Section and a Canine Section con- sisting of two members. The Youth Division shall consist of a minimum of one (1) Corporal and five (5) Constables. The Chief of Police may designate an Inspector or an Officer of a higher rank from the Administration Division to provide supervi- sion of the Youth Division. The Administration Division shall consist of a minimum of one (1)Deputy Chief, one (1)Inspector, one (1)Staff Sergeant, two (2) Sergeants, two (2) Corporals and four (4) Constables, one (1) of whom may be assigned to duties throughout the structure by the Chief of Police. From this complement of personnel, the officer in charge of the Administration Division shall maintain a Record Sec- tion, a Property Exhibits Section, a Licensing and Gun Con- trol Section, a Personnel Training and Equipment Section and shall have responsibility for budget control, purchas- ing, building and vehicle maintenance, civilian staff, and the overall proper functioning of the Communication Cen- tre. The allocation of ranks within each of the Divisions as set forth in Article is presented in t...
Police. The standard work period for police officers, sergeants and detectives shall be an average of 40 hours per week. The Town agrees that prior to a change in the current 4/10 work schedule, the Chief will provide a 45 day notice to employees. During the course of this 45 days, the Town agrees to discuss the rationale, reasons, or alternatives to the proposed change, with the executive board of the Union. The decisions to implement any change will remain the prerogative of the Town and will be non- grievable. The 45 day notice and subsequent discussions, however, may be waived if an emergency as determined by the Chief of Police makes such a change in schedule immediately necessary. REGULAR HOURS The regular hours of work each day shall be consecutive, except during transition week. An officer may also agree to work a split-shift.