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Arbitration Hearing On Day Off Groups And Start Times Ends
Originally Posted on February 14, 2020 The FOP has concluded a two-day arbitration hearing over the city’s attempt to change start times citywide and eliminate three Day Off Groups in the Sixth District. The arbitration arose from an Unfair Labor Practice claim won by the FOP that said these cases are mandatory subjects of collective bargaining. The arbitrator’s ruling should come within thirty days.

Invisible Institute Doubles Down
Originally Posted on February 12, 2020 https://fop7blog.org/news/2020...

Appeals Court Ruling On Start Times And Day Off Groups
Originally Posted on January 22, 2020 The Lodge is happy to announce that the Illinois Appellate Court ruled today that the City must arbitrate with the Lodge on the city's attempt to change start times city-wide and eliminate day-off groups in the 6th District. The issues must go to arbitration within 30 days of today's ruling.

2020 Stress Management
Originally Posted on November 06, 2019 The 2020 Stress Management Dates have been released and all information as well as our sign up form can be found on our Mental Health Resource page.

Originally Posted on October 16, 2019

FOP To Foxx: COPA Warrants Are Illegal
Originally Posted on September 20, 2019 https://fop7blog.org/news/2019...

Paul Escamilla Family Donation Information
Originally Posted on September 19, 2019 We had received a few inquiries into Donations to the Family of Paul Escamilla. He leaves behind his wife and 3 young children. If you are interested in making a donation to family you can go into any Chicago Patrolmen's Federal Credit Union and donate to the Paul Escamilla Family fund. If you cannot make it in to a Credit Union you can Venmo directly into the account using the number 7089906195. We have spoken with the family and these are the onl...

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