1412 West Washington Boulevard Chicago, Illinois 60607-1821 (312) 733-7776

Holiday Pay

Originally Posted on May 22, 2020

Section 11.2 — Compensation for Holidays. Compensation for the holidays listed in Section 11.1 is granted as follows: A. Employees who are required to work a regular tour of duty (eight hours) on a holiday will be credited with eight (8) hours of compensatory time and four (4) hours of compensatory time or additional pay, as the Officer elects. B. Employees whose regular day-off coincides with an established holiday will be credited with eight (8) hours of compensatory time. C. Employees whose regular day off coincides with an established holiday, and who are required to work a regular tour of duty (eight hours) on that holiday, will be credited with twenty (20) hours of compensatory time and four (4) hours of compensatory time or additional pay, as the Officer elects. In the event that an Officer covered by this Agreement is required to attend court on his or her regular day off and that day is also a holiday, the Officer will be compensated at the rate of double-time for the minimum set forth in 20.5 or double-time for the actual hours worked, whichever is greater, plus eight (8) hours of compensatory time or additional pay, as the Officer elects. D. All hours in excess of a regular tour of duty on a holiday will be compensated in accordance with the provisions of Article 20, Hours and Overtime. E. Compensatory time will not be credited to an employee on a holiday if he or she is on the medical roll (excluding I.O.D.), absent due to sickness, or death in family, on military leave, suspended, excused non-disciplinary, or on a leave of absence.

Receive email updates from Chicago Lodge #7 FOP

Chicago FOP Logo
We pledge ourselves to promote the health and welfare of all Chicago Law Enforcement Officers and their immediate families; to raise and maintain the professional standards of the Chicago Law Enforcement Officer; and to represent Chicago Police Officers in affairs relative to the administration of the department.

© Fraternal Order of Police Chicago Lodge #7
Website built and maintained by NEP Services