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File #: R-125-20    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Old Business
File created: 10/5/2020 In control: Metro Council
On agenda: 11/5/2020 Final action: 11/5/2020
Title: A RESOLUTION RATIFYING AND APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021) RELATING TO WAGES, BENEFITS, AND OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT BETWEEN LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT AND THE RIVER CITY FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE LODGE #614, POLICE OFFICERS AND SERGEANTS.
Sponsors: David Yates (D-25), Anthony Piagentini (R-19)
Attachments: 1. R-125-20 V.1 100820 Collective Bargaining Agreement for FOP 614.pdf, 2. Collective Bargaining Agreement for FOP Police Offc and Sgt - 10-2-2020 thru 6-30-2021.pdf, 3. 1. FOP CBA Council responses 10-26-20.pdf, 4. 2. Item #28 Supplemental Document.pdf, 5. 3. FOP Summary of Changes for Metro Council.pdf, 6. 4. Side-by-Side CBA Comparison.pdf, 7. 5. Follow-up Council Question from 11-2-20.pdf, 8. 6. Follow-up questions on CBA from Special LED Meeting - combined - final.pdf, 9. RES 106 2020.pdf
RESOLUTION NO. _______, SERIES 2020
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A RESOLUTION RATIFYING AND APPROVING A COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT (THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021) RELATING TO WAGES, BENEFITS, AND OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT BETWEEN LOUISVILLE/JEFFERSON COUNTY METRO GOVERNMENT AND THE RIVER CITY FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE LODGE #614, POLICE OFFICERS AND SERGEANTS.
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SPONSORED BY: COUNCIL MEMBERS YATES AND PIAGENTINI

WHEREAS, pursuant to LMCO ? 35.057, upon agreement between the parties to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the Legislative Council of the Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government must approve a resolution for the agreement to become final and binding; and
WHEREAS, a Collective Bargaining Agreement has been reached between Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government and the River City Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #614, Police Officers and Sergeants through June 30, 2021; and
WHEREAS, Louisville Metro Government understands the calls for additional police reform and oversight but is bound by current state law; and
WHEREAS, Louisville Metro Government is hopeful that the Kentucky General Assembly will prioritize police reform in the 2021 legislative session; and
WHEREAS, Louisville Metro Government expects this reform to include: increased ability to question officers after a critical incident; increased consideration of prior disciplinary actions in subsequent cases; limitations on involved officers' access to non-public information prior to public release; increased civilians' ability to raise concerns about police conduct; elimination of the restrictions on public statements after officers have been charged with a violation of policy; addition of subpoena authority to Civil Review Board; authorization for an Officer of Inspector General to conduct into non-criminal police conduct simultaneously with internal police investigations; and authorization for the Chief of Police to delegate disciplinary authority; and
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