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  • Robert's Reviews - July 2017
    Updated On: Jun 30, 2017
    ROBERT DAVIS, PBA Sergeant-At-Arms

    July is here and boy is it hot! Speaking of hot, it seems the changes that corrections have made to their days off policies have caused a lot of officers to review their days off concerning the 10% rule. Did you know that if the number of people working scheduled is, let’s say, 11, that in the ‘days off’ book it should be 2 people allowed off. In other words, if the number goes up even one person, the difference 20 or 21 for 20 it would be 2 people for 21 it would be 3 people allowed off. Now when I say scheduled I mean what is scheduled every day, not if there is a special detail or something that causes the schedule to increase for that day. Officers are now realizing that the number of people allowed off was wrong to begin with. If you are one of these officers that realizes your days off allowed is wrong please contact the PBA legal team and allow them to address the issue for you. The legal team does not have to use your name to get the issue resolved. 

    As of print date of this article, I don’t have any news about the ULP (unfair labor practice) brought against Corrections when they lumped all of the days off into the 10%. As soon as something comes up I will be letting everyone know via email and this article. 

    Our PBA gala was held in May and, as usual, no expense was spared and it was an outstanding event. Our very own Training Ofc. J. Martinez won Correctional Officer of the Year . I would like to thank you for a job well done. 

    As always, in closing, stay safe out there.

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