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March 28, 2014

TO:                 All Supervisory Bargaining Unit Members

FROM:            Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93

Labor Council Committee

SUBJECT:     Class Action Grievance

                        Courthouse Overtime

The Labor Council Committee wanted to make all of our supervisory personnel aware that the Agency has violated the following articles within the CBA; Article 1(A), Article 1(C), Article 23, & Article 31(C) and all other relevant provisions of the agreement.  More specifically, the Sheriff violated the cited provisions of the CBA, and past practice, by implementing without bargaining with the FOP a prohibition against working Courthouse overtime for ALL corporals and sergeants, and under this unilateral policy cancelling previously scheduled Courthouse overtime.  This is a class action grievance on behalf of all adversely affected employees.  The Grievant/Union reserves the right to amend or add to this grievance if appropriate.

The remedy being requested is that the Sheriff will restore the previously existing terms and conditions of employment and make adversely affected employees whole with compound interest.  With that said, all supervisors will be getting a letter/notice via mail individually to inform you that you are being named as part of this class action grievance pursuant to Article 6 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

The grievance was actually filed today at Step 3, which is directly to the Sheriff and he has seven (7) days to respond back to the Union in writing. We are very optimistic on the merits of this grievance as it has been carefully researched and evaluated prior to filing. Once a response is rendered by the Sheriff, we will inform all of you of the status and progress of the remedy at that time.

Thank you in advance for your time and attention regarding this matter.

Labor Council Committee

Orange County Sheriff’s Office

Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 93

Orange County Sheriff's Office - Memorial Page

Jonathan Scott Pine - End of Watch February 11, 2014

Michael Erickson - End of Watch March 16, 2011

Sebastian Diana - End of Watch March 12, 2011

BRANDON L. COATES - End of Watch December 8, 2010

CRAIG A. HEBER - End of Watch July 21, 2010

MARK LINDSEY PARKER - End of Watch March 19, 2009

MICHAEL ANTHONY CALLIN - End of Watch August 2, 2006

MARIANO LEMUS JR. - End of Watch May 6, 2005

JAMES MARCUS WEAVER - End of Watch November 24, 2003

JOHN HAROLD HOLLOMON - End of Watch December 15, 1998

GRADY TERRILL BRADDOCK - End of Watch May 27, 1998

JOHN JOSEPH CREEGAN - End of Watch May 29, 1996

HARRY JORDAN DALTON JR. - End of Watch March 25, 1991

THOMAS ALLEN INGRAM - End of Watch May 12, 1990

FRANK NELSON SETON - End of Watch January 4, 1989

ARNOLD WILLIAM WILKERSON - End of Watch January 10, 1984

SAMUEL PARKER JR. - End of Watch January 23, 1974

BOBBY L. CORLEY SR. - End of Watch August 8, 1965

Sheriff David W.L. Mizell - End of Watch February 21, 1870

 
 
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