Ri State Police Collective Bargaining Agreement

Fire Fighters Arbitration Act, 28 R.I. Gen. Laws . 28-9.1-1 to nr. 28-9.1-17, webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE28/28-9.1/INDEX.HTM. A 2016 Rhode Island State Police report shows that Twitchell worked at Lincoln Barracks while Martin was working at Scituate. Carvalho and Kilfoyle were in Wickford Police Barracks. The Rhode Island Troopers Association`s contract with the state expires on October 31, said Louis J. Fiorenzano Jr. Collective bargaining can be concluded for the public. The meeting may be closed by a majority of the members present and the minutes should contain a statement on the reason for the closing of the meeting and the transaction to be discussed. All votes, which will be written behind closed doors, will have to be made public at a later date, once the prospect of a threat to the public body`s strategy, negotiations or investigations has disappeared. Exclusive representation with fair rights of action, described by law for civil servants and teachers.

Often written in contracts for other types of government employees. Unions may impose administrative fees on non-members. The first two figures were equivalent to those of the soldiers, while the third figure was lower than the 5.5% they had proposed; On the other hand, the State has proposed only bumps of 1%, 1% and 1.5% and 3.5% overall. PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – The union representing Rhode Island state police officers has won an arbitration battle that state officials estimate could cost about $4 million to cover salaries and other additional compensation. Each soldier will also receive a $500 grant next January for an electronic device, which will cost the state about $110,000. Although the board agreed to add the aircraft purse, it found that Connecticut, Delaware, New Hampshire and Massachusetts do not make such a payment. The Troopers Association had asked for $1,500. However, DiBiase said the state would not appeal the arbitration decision. “We are committed to meeting this commitment while finding ways to manage the department more effectively,” he said.

The Raimondo administration confirmed Monday that an interest arbitration group filed a july 7 ruling in a Rhode Island Troopers Association case, after being unable to obtain a contract with the state for the period from May 1, 2013, until April 30, 2016. This process is authorized by the Police Arbitration Act, a 1979 Act. In a statement, the Michael DiBiase Administration Department expressed its displeasure with the arbitrator`s final decision. “The panel`s decision, particularly on salaries, is disappointing, especially with regard to our persistent fiscal challenges,” he said. “The arbitrator`s verdict will require the state to find additional savings in the state police and public safety to compensate for these staff increases.” The three panel referees were Vincent F. Ragosta Jr. as president and neutral referee; Anthony A. Giannini Jr. as referee appointed by the Troopers Association; And Melanie Marcaccio as a state-appointed arbitrator.

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