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    Sep 03, 2019

    Aug 28, 2019

       Macon County Deputies

          By Jerry Lieb, Field Supervisor - Wednesday, August 28, 2019


             The bargaining team of Matt Hunt, Jon Roseman, Shane Cole and chaired by Joe Mannix, did an excellent job on behalf of their membership accomplishing a change in their work schedule getting off a 6-2, 6-3 eight hour schedule after 15 years, and moving to a 4-2, 4-3 nine-hour schedule.  Many clerical changes were made adding safeguards for Military Leave, drug testing and adding language for the K-9 officers.  The team agreed to a two-year deal maintaining their health insurance and increasing their pay by 4.25% over two years bringing their top pay to $82,000.  Field Supervisor Jerry Lieb assisted the team during the negotiations.


    Aug 19, 2019

    Aug 16, 2019

       First Responder Mental Health Bill Signed into Law

          By ILFOPLC, Staff  - Friday, August 16, 2019


             General Counsel Tamara Cummings thanking Governor Pritzker for signing HB 2766 into law.  HB 2766 is the Labor Council’s mental health bill, which was supported by all of the FOP organizations.  The law will make it easier for First Responders to seek and receive mental health treatment and support.   The bill also expanded the scope of a previous Labor Council bill which was signed into law and makes it illegal for an Employer to take negative action against a law enforcement officer who loses his or her FOID card simply because he or she sought mental health treatment.


    Aug 16, 2019

       Kankakee Co ETSB

          By Pete Balderas,  Field Representative - Friday, August 16, 2019


                After being historically and severely underpaid, the Kankakee ETSB, finally agreed to a six (6) year deal which included a 9.0% increase in the second year of the contract and an average of about 2.15% for the other five (5) years.  Special thanks and appreciation to the relentless bargaining team of Jessica Robinson, Sharon Homburg, Racheal Teague, and Zelma Evans. 


    Aug 07, 2019

       Dolton Records Technicians

          By Sander Weiner, Attorney - Friday, August 9, 2019


             Congratulations to the Dolton Records Technicians.  The bargaining team settled a three year agreement with 2% annual raises in the last two years and a significant 50% increase in their longevity steps at 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 and 30 years.  Two additional Holidays were added to their paid holidays.  Additionally, the team negotiated the removal of residency requirement provision and added a provision allowing for the expungement of dated disciplinary records from their personnel files.  The bargaining team consisted of Gayle Simmons, Dionne Dyson, assisted by Field Representative Keith Turney and Attorney Sander Weiner.


    Aug 07, 2019

       Henry Co Unit II

          By David Nixon, Field Representative - Thursday, August 8, 2019


            The Henry County Sheriff CO/TC/Secretary unit has reached a four year contract with wage increases of 2% in each year of the contract.  In addition to the 2%, CO’s received equity adjustment of 0.5% in year three and an additional 1% in year four. TC’s and secretaries received an additional equity adjustment of 0.25% in year four.  Specialty pay for assistant jail administrator, communicator supervisor, and corporal positions was also increased.  The negotiations were the first for this unit as a stand alone group; previously they were included in a single contract with the Sheriff’s police unit.  The unit was represented locally by Reid Pettifer, Kevin Clarke, Elaine Helg, Jerrico Lessard and Christine Wrigley. Field Representatives David Nixon and Jay Titus assisted the local group through the lengthy rewrite of the contract.


    Aug 07, 2019

       Cook Co Forest Preserve District-Patrol

          By Russ Vogt, Field Representative - Wednesday, August 7, 2019


             Congratulations to the CCFPD bargaining team, consisting of the Unit President, along with other rank and file officers.  They are to be commended for all of the off-duty hours spent in attendance of the team meetings, formulation proposals and countering them, as well.  Although the negotiations were strained at times, the parties were able to put aside their differences, and with the assistance of an arbitrator, a three year agreement was achieved.  The Unit President is to be applauded for his perseverance, hard work and dedication to the process.  This achievement demonstrates the focus of the parties was on a common goal of a fair and equitable agreement for all.


    Aug 07, 2019

       Warren County

          By Jay Titus, Field Representative - Tuesday, August 6, 2019


             Congratulations to the Warren County Deputy Sheriff’s on reaching a new five year Agreement.  Despite negotiating against a very unreasonable representative for the County, members were able to increase wages each year of the Agreement and significantly increase wages each year and significantly increase wages between ranks.  Members will also receive holiday overtime pay on the actual holiday instead of the County observed holiday.  The membership was represented by Jeremy Raymond, Jason Horner, Matt Greenlief and Austin Cox.  Field Representative Jay Titus assisted the bargaining team throughout negotiations.


    Aug 05, 2019

      Bargaining Unit Leadership / Steward Training

          


            DATE:                Wednesday, September 25, 2019 9am-4pm

          

            LOCATION:       Mt. Vernon Municipal Center West Building

                                       200 Potomac Blvd (Not at Police Department)

                                       Mt. Vernon, IL 62864

    Class size is limited to the first 40 participants.  Please register with Natalie Woods at (217) 698-9433 or e-mail: nwoods@fop.org.  Lunch will be provided.

       

    9am - 9:30am - (Shawn Roselieb) Introduction to IL FOP Labor Council

    Members will learn the distinction between the FOP Grand Lodge, IL FOP State Lodge and IL FOP Labor Council and the importance of each. 

    9:30am - 11:45am - (Dan Bailey and Tamara Cummings) Handling a Critical Incident

    Members will learn their role in handling a critical incident, and what they should do to protect the rights of their coworkers. IL FOP LC Critical Incident Hotline 1-(877) IFOP-911.

    11:45am - 12:15pm - Lunch provided on-site

    12:15pm - 12:45pm (Jay Johnson) Worker’s Comp Issues

    Members will learn the rights of injured workers, tailored to the unique circumstances of those working in the law enforcement field.  Instruction will include the importance of giving proper and timely notice of work accidents, the importance of injured employees to treat with their own physicians rather than physicians chosen by the department, the unique protections under PEDA and the Public Safety Employees Benefit Act, the rights to compensation for permanent injuries (and what permanent means), and protections offered to injured employees who cannot return to their normal job.

    12:45pm- 2:15pm (Shawn Roselieb) New Steward Training

    Instruction will cover the following topics: utilizing our new ILFOPLC app, running meetings, developing by-laws, grievance preparation, and duties for representing your membership.

      

     2:15pm - 2:30pm Break

      

     2:30pm - 4:00pm (Mike Powell) Collective Bargaining

    Attendees will receive instruction on preparation for negotiations/reaching tentative agreement or impasse/mediation and arbitration.




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