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The City of St. Petersburg and the Union agree that maintaining the confidence of the citizens in their Law Enforcement Officers is of utmost importance. One vehicle for demonstrating the integrity of these employees is through a random drug testing program. Further, a random drug testing program reinforces the City's policy that its employees shall not use illegal drugs, or abuse alcohol or those drugs taken by prescription.
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The City of St. Petersburg hereby recognizes the Sun Coast Police Benevolent Association, Inc. as the exclusive bargaining agent for the purpose of good faith collective bargaining with respect to wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment for all employees in the bargaining unit.
The City of St. Petersburg hereby recognizes the Florida Public Services Union (FPSU) SEIU,CtW, CLC, as the exclusive representative for the purpose of collective bargaining with respect to wages, hours and terms and conditions of employment for all employees in the Bargaining Units.
The City of St. Xxxxxxx will give the employee a written policy statement explaining the policy about drugs in the workplace.
The City of St. Xxxxxxx xxx require a second or third opinion (at its own expense), periodic reports on the sergeant’s status and intent to return to work, and a fitness-for-duty report to return to work.

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