SIGNED AND SEALED #1

Name: Beverly Hills PSO
Duration: 5 Years, July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2021

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 2017 -2%
  • 2nd Year – 2018 – 2%
  • 3rd Year – 2019 – 2%
  • 4th Year – 2020 – 2.5%
  • 5th Year – 2021 – 2.5%

Other important economic issues:

  • Employees in defined contribution will have contributed increase from 10% to 12%

Bargaining team consisted of Jeff Moore, President; Larry Allen, Vice President; Tyler Eng, Secretary/Treasurer; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Kenneth Grabowski.

Signed and Sealed #2

Name: City of Plymouth POA
Duration: 3 Years, July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2020

Wage increases:

  •  1st Year – 2%
  • 2nd Year – 2%
  • 3rd Year – 2%

Other important economic issues:

  • Increase match up to 6.2% base wage for retirement contribution
  • HSA for all new hires
  • Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) $800 annually
  • Supplement Bank capped at 70%
  • Retirement spouse benefits to go solely to employee’s spouse at the time of retirement
  • Language inserted that guarantees retirement benefits are vested and unalterable and are benefits for life

Bargaining team consisted of Mark Farhat, Josh Carroll, Anthony Angelosanto, and Matt Stoops; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Thomas Funke.

Signed and Sealed #3

Name: Farmington Hills COAM
Duration: July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2022

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 2%
  • 2nd Year – 2%
  • 3rd Year – 2%
  • 4th Year – Re-opener
  • 5th Year – Re-opener

Other important economic issues:

  • Signing Bonus: full retro
  • Non-patrol members covered under CBA to receive three days comp time for preparations to duty
  • Incorporate pension language into CBA
  • New Command Officers – Pension shall be 2.8% for FAC 25 years; 1% for each year of service thereafter, not to exceed 80%
  • Retirement Health Saving (RHS) – The city will contribute $225 each month of credited service; employees shall contribute 1.5% of employee annual salary
  • Sick time payout (Tier One and Tier Two) 60% upon full retirement

Bargaining team consisted of Doug Muller, Jim Knittel, Shelly Turner, Bonnie Unruh, and Scott Cronin; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Thomas Funke.

Signed and Sealed #4

Name: East Lansing POA
Duration: 2 Years, July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2019

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 1.5%
  • 2nd Year – 1% minimum with re-opener in 2018

Bargaining team consisted of Jeff Spitz, President and was assisted by POAM Business Agent Kenneth Grabowski.

Signed and Sealed #5

Name: Newaygo County DSA
Duration: 2 Years, January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2020

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 2%
  • 2nd Year – 2%

Other important economic issues:

  • FTO Bouns = $1 per hour

Bargaining team consisted of Justin Visser who was assisted by POAM Business Agent James DeVries.

Signed and Sealed #6

Name: Muskegon Heights Command
Duration: 2 Years, January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2020

Wage increases:

  • 2% each year with a wage re-opener in 2020 with a 2% minimum

Other important economic issues:

  • Employer dental contribution increased from $60 to $100 per month
  • Educational Bonus as follows: Associates – $250; Bachelors – $500; Masters – $1,500
  • $10,000 life insurance policy at retirement
  • Medical opt-out increased from $1,600 to $2,000 for single; $2,000 to $3,000 for 2 person; $3,000 to $4,000 for family
  • New hires contribution to DC Plan will be matched between 6% and 8% by employer

Bargaining team consisted of Scott Sinclair who was assisted by POAM Business Agent James DeVries.

Signed and Sealed #7

Name: Van Buren Dispatch
Duration: 3 Years, January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2019

Other important economic issues:

  • Shift differential $125 quarterly for the night shift
  • Opt-out for insurance increases from $150 a month to $150 per pay period
  • Wages 2% each year of the CBA
  • Reimbursement of up to $35 per month towards a gym workout facility, if employee participates 4 times a month
  • Bereavement added stepparents to immediate family

Negotiated settlement; went to mediation with Fred Vicino.

Signed and Sealed #8

Name: Calhoun County Consolidated Dispatchers
Duration: 3 Years

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 1.5%
  • 2nd & 3rd Years – Wage and health care re-openers

Other important economic issues:

  • Bereavement Leave: Increase for immediate family, adding a domestic partner
  • CTO Pay: Increase from $1.50 to $1.75 per hour
  • Payment in lieu of health care: Increase from $100 to $200

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Kurnin Pace, Larissa Griffith, Leah Edgell, and Erica Nageldinger; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Tim Lewis.

Signed and Sealed #9

Name: Cass County Animal Control Officers Association
Duration: 3 Year

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 2.25%
  • 2nd Year – 2.25%
  • 3rd Year – 2%

Other important economic issues:

  • Employee Increase to Pension Cost: 2% 2nd year, additional 2% 3rd year

Bargaining committee consisted of local officer Dustin Bates; who was assisted by POAM Business Agent Tim Lewis.

Signed and Sealed #10

Name: Cassopolis Village Police Officers Association
Duration: 2 Years

Wage increases:

  • Total Wage Increase – 5.5%

Other important economic issues:

  • Longevity Pay: Up to $750 per year
  • Limited number of part-time employees

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Don Obermesik and Darr Phillips; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Tim Lewis.

Signed and Sealed #11

Name: Newaygo County Command Officers Association (Road Supervisors)
Duration: 3 Years

Wage increases:

  • 2% increase each year

Other important economic issues:

  • Comp Time: Increase to 60 hours
  • Shift Bids: By seniority
  • Detective Premium: 4%
  • HSA Health Care Contribution: Increase to $2,000 per year

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Jeff Lentz and Adam Mercer; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Tim Lewis.

Signed and Sealed #12

Name: Covert Township Police Officers Association
Duration: 3 Years

Wage increases:

  • 2% each year

Other important economic issues:

  • Plainclothes Officers Clothing Allowance: Increase to $250 annually
  • FTO Pay: One (1) day comp time per month
  • Detective Premium: $1.50 per hour

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Alan Marler, Tony Massura, and Felix Torres; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Tim Lewis.

Signed and Sealed #13

Name: Cass County Lieutenants and Captains Association
Duration: 3 Years

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 2.25%
  • 2nd Year – 2%
  • 3rd Year – 2.25%

Bargaining committee consisted of local officer Tom Jacobs; who was assisted by POAM Business Agent Tim Lewis.

Signed and Sealed #14

Name: Grosse Pointe Woods Public Safety Officers Association
Duration: 3 Years

Wage increases:

  • 2016 – 2%
  • 2017 – 2%
  • 2018 – 2% with a $500 signing bonus for each year

Other important economic issues:

  • New Benefit: $1,000 incentive pay to PSO’s assigned to Detective Bureau
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield SB200 HSA: City contribution of $1,700 to the HSA for single, $2,000 for family
  • Clothing Allowance: Increase from $700 to $900 annually
  • Retiree Heath Care: BCBSN PPO4, retiree contribution $250 annually

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Tony Chalut, Scott Nota, Joe Provost, and Jeff Martel; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Jim McMahon.

Signed and Sealed #15

Name: Marysville Police Officers Association
Duration: July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019

Wage increases:

  • 2% for each year

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Ed Gerrow and Timothy Phipps; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Thomas Scherer.

Signed and Sealed #16

Name: Dryden Township Police Officers Association
Duration: July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2019

Wage increases:

  • 2% increase each year

Other important economic issues:

  • First contract negotiated, previously a non-union group. All previous benefits were codified. Just cause for discipline was added, along with standard union rights and arbitration language.

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Mike Scigel and Jason Jenkind; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Thomas Scherer.

Signed and Sealed #17

Name: Memphis Police Officers Association
Duration: July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018

Wage increases:

  • $.50 per hour wage increase effective July 1, 2017; wage re-opener for January 2018

Bargaining committee consisted of local officer Terry Blount; who was assisted by POAM Business Agent Thomas Scherer.

Signed and Sealed #18

Name: Saline Command Officers Association
Duration: 3 Years, November 10, 2016 to June 30, 2019

Wage increases:

  • 2016 – 13% wage differential maintain
  • 2017 – Differential increase to 14%
  • 2018 – Differential increase to 15%

Other important economic issues:

  • Subcontracting Language: Removed
  • Use of Comp Time Language: Improved
  • Longevity: Freezes removed
  • Employee Contribution to Pension: Increases to 5%

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Jay Basso and Andy Hartwig; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Harry Valentine.

Signed and Sealed #19

Name: Eastern Michigan University Command Officers Association
Duration: 4 Years, Effective July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2021

Wage increases:

  • 1st Year – 2%
  • 2nd Year – 2%
  • 3rd Year – 2%
  • 4th Year – Wage re-opener

Other important economic issues:

  • Shift Premium: Increased by $.10
  • Restoration of sick time payoffs
  • Sick time incentive increases to 12 hours from 8 hours
  • Workers Compensation supplement increases
  • Special unit compensation added $200 annually

Bargaining team consisted of local officers: David Shefferly and Shana Thompson; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Harry Valentine.

Signed and Sealed #20

Name: Chelsea Police Officers Association
Duration: 3 Years, 2017 to 2020

Wage increases:

  • 2% increase for 4 years, 2017, 2018; contract re-opener during third year of the contract, 2019

Other important economic issues:

  • Signing bonus of $500

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Dan Whitesall and Dori Blackford; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Harry Valentine.

Signed and Sealed #21

Name: East Detroit POA
Duration: July 1, 2017 through June 2020

Other important economic issues:

  • Increase Employer’s contribution to Def Cont on hybrid pension from 5% to 7%
  • Increase Employer’s contribution to HCSP from 2% to 5%
  • Add Cleaning and Clothing Allowance ($1250) to base wage
  • Add longevity ($1,500-$2,750) to base wage
  • Add 2% annually to base wage for all steps and classifications
  • Up to 3 unused personal days roll into vacation bank

Bargaining committee consisted of Steve Sellers, John Arthurs, Joe Madonia and Jim Zwickers; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent James Tignanelli.

Signed and Sealed #22

Name: Eastpointe Command Officers
Duration: July 1, 2017 through June 2020

Other important economic issues:

  • Employer contribution to HCSP increased from 2% to 5%
  • Opt out of health care increased from $2,400 to $4,800 annually
  • Roll Cleaning and Clothing Allowance into base wage ($1,250)
  • Roll longevity ($2,075-$2,500) into base wage
  • 2% increase in base each year for all steps and classifications

Bargaining committee consisted of Tom Ostrowski, Dave Ernatt, Neil Childs, and Robert Koenigsmann; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent James Tignanelli.

Signed and Sealed #23

Name: Clinton Twp POA
Duration: April 1, 2016 through March 2021

Wage increases:

  • 1.5% wage retroactive to April 1, 2016
  • 2% each of the next 4 years

Other important economic issues:

  • Tuition reimbursement increased from $2k to $4k
  • Roll longevity ($1,040) into base wage after 4 years
  • Post 4/2011 hires have defined benefit multiplier increase from 2% to 2.8% with their contribution increased from 4% to 10.12%
  • Window period to purchase up to 2 years of military or police service time at member’s cost

Bargaining committee consisted of Brandon Blake, Dave Wheeler, Tom Holloway, Jim Hertel, and Dan Quinn; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent James Tignanelli.

Signed and Sealed #24

Name: Macomb County Command
Duration: January 1, 2017 through December 2019

Other important economic issues:

  • Ability to accrue up to 104 hours of compensatory time
  • Vacation accruals increased at every step
  • $420 hazard pay for corrections sergeants
  • $875 hazard pay for road sergeants
  • Increase differential between deputy and Sergeant 1 from 14% to 16.54%

Bargaining committee consisted of Tim McFadden, Matthew Murphy, Phil Abdoo, Larry Duda, and Jeff Gornicki.

Signed and Sealed #25

Name: Midland Police Officers
Duration: July 1, 2017 through July 2019

Wage increases:

  • 2% annual increases each year (retroactive)

Other important economic issues:

  • Post 2011 hires multiplier increased from 2.25% to 2.5% (future service)
  • Pre 2011 hires multiplier decreased from 2.7% to 2.5% (future service)

Bargaining committee consisted of Jon Dubois, Scott Coyle, and Jeremy Davis; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent James Tignanelli.

Signed and Sealed #26

Name: Dearborn Heights Command Officers Association
Duration: 5 Years, July 1, 2016 through June 20, 2021

Wage increases:

  • Increase in differential

Other important economic issues:

  • Signing Bonus: $2,000 July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2021
  • Insurance: Cap of 7% paid for P.A. 152
  • Healthcare: Benefit levels shall remain the same at time of retirement for retirees

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Patrick Mueller and Ken Serwatowski; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Gary Pushee.

Signed and Sealed #27

Name: Grosse Ile Township Police Officers Association
Duration: 6 Years, July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2022

Wage increases:

  • 2016 – 0%
  • 2017 – 0%
  • 2018 – 0%
  • 2019 – 2%
  • 2020 – 2%
  • 2021 – 2%

Other important economic issues:

  • $200 increase in uniform cleaning
  • 5% wage increase for FTO duty
  • Duty injury/death from 50% to 80%

Bargaining committee consisted of local officers: Mark Relich, Ken Pelland, and Kevin Counts; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Gary Pushee.

Signed & Sealed #28

Name: Lake County
Duration: All the units (five, Deputy, Deputy Command, corrections, corrections command and dispatch) are three year contracts.

WAGES FOR DEPUTY COMMAND:

  • 5% 7% 5%

Deputy

  • 3% 4.75% 4.75%

Dispatch

  • 3% 4.25% 4.25%

Corrections officers

  • 3% 4.25% 4.25%

Corrections Command

  • 3% 4.0% 4.0%

PENSION CONTRIBUTION

  • Deputy, Deputy Command Corrections and Corrections command will contribute in the second year 2% to the DB plan.
  • In the third year they will contribute 4%.
  • Dispatchers will contribute 1.75% in the second year and 3.5% in the third year.
  • All unit new hires will have DC pension plan with a minimum 4% maximum 7% with the employer matching the contributions. 4 year vesting.
  • For Dispatch, Corrections and Corrections command, eliminate retire health from aged 55-65 and replace with a MERS RHCSP, with the employer contributing $25 per pay period to the plan.
  • Current employees shall receive $500 per month towards retiree health care pre 65 and $125 per month medicare supplement coverage.
  • Deputy and Deputy Command retains retire health upon retirement, but pay any increases to the premium while retired.
  • Deputies will receive double time for holidays not scheduled.
  • Dispatcher will have holiday hours counted towards overtime calculation.
  • Both corrections and corrections command increase footwear allowance by $50 each year.
  • Dispatchers will receive $1.00 as a ‘trainer’ for new hires.

Signed & Sealed #29

Name: Redford Township POA
Duration: 4 Years, 4/1/2016 to 3/31/2020

Wage increases:

  • Wages for 2nd tier employees were adjusted upwards with elimination of two-tiered wage scale.
  • No change in medical insurance.

Bargaining team consisted of Scott Byrnes, President; Dan Bailey, Vice President; Nick Dudek, Secretary; Lisa Cyrnes, Treasurer; who were assisted by POAM Business Agent Kenneth Grabowski.

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