Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s latest budget proposal has fewer layoffs at the Miami-Dade Police Department if concessions aren’t made.
Miami-Dade County leaders and the Police Benevolent Association have reached a tentative agreement on cuts totaling $56 million.
As Miami-Dade County and it’s police union battle over concessions and cost breaks, a day long negotiation session Friday produced some movement, but not nearly enough to satisfy the county.
With nearly 100 Miami-Dade police jobs on the line, county administrators and police union representatives wrapped up their first day of haggling over a collective bargaining deal.
Nearly 100 Miami-Dade police officers who were expecting to receive pink slips in the mail this week can breathe a little easier.
For the first time in its 177 year history, the Miami Dade Police Department will begin laying off sworn officers on November 1.
Thirteen Hollywood police officers who were set to be laid off have had their jobs reinstated after their fellow officers agreed to a steep pay cut in the department.
The city of Hollywood has become a lightning rod after the city decided to lay-off thirteen police officers. And the city’s police chief isn’t holding anything back in a stinging letter to the mayor and commissioners.
The Broward County Police Benevolent Association is fighting to save the jobs of 13 police officers who have been told they’re being laid off due to a ten million dollar budget shortfall.
More than a dozen Hollywood police officers will soon be out of a job after the city informed them that the positions had been eliminated due to a budget shortfall.