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BHR-17.51 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2013-2017

LABOR AGREEMENT - PORTLAND POLICE ASSOCIATION - 2013-2017

Binding City Policy

BCP-BHR-17.15


 

Link to Exhibit A - Part 1  (PDF Document, 21 MB)

 

Link to Exhibit A - Part 2  (PDF Document, 25 MB)

 

Link to Exhibit B  (PDF Document, 109 kb)

 

PURPOSE

 

Section 1. The Council finds:

 

1.  The City and the Portland Police Association (PPA) are parties to a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) effective July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2013.

 

2.  The PPA is the sole and exclusive bargaining agent for all sworn personnel at the Portland Police Bureau in classifications set forth in Schedule A of the CBA.

 

3.  On or about January 15, 2013, pursuant to the City’s obligations under ORS 243.650 et seq., representatives of the City entered into negotiations for a successor CBA with the PPA.

 

4.  On October 18, 2013, representatives of the City and the PPA signed a Tentative Agreement (Agreement), Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, that outlines the terms and conditions of employment for represented employees in the PPA bargaining unit for the period of July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2017 (the 2013-2017 CBA).

 

5.  As of the date this ordinance is submitted, the PPA ratified the Agreement by a 77 percent vote.

 

6.  The Agreement meets the City’s bargaining interests by securing a four-year labor agreement and agreeing to wage increases, premium pay and other terms and conditions of employment.

 

7.  The Agreement resolves eleven grievances as shown in Exhibit B, which is attached and incorporated herein by this reference.

 

8.  The Agreement continues to apply the principles of total compensation as the basis for bargaining all monetary subjects and ties general compensation to the Consumer Price Index (CPI). General wage increases will continue to be tied to the Portland CPI-W.

 

9.  Upon ratification by City Council, salary rates for classifications in Schedule “A” are to be increased by fifty percent (.9%) of the annual increase in the Portland CPI-W, retroactive to August 29, 2013. Salary rates for Years Two through Four of the Agreement are to be increased by 100% of the annual increase in the Portland CPI-W adjusted on July 1 each year. However, in no event shall the salary increase be less than one percent or greater than five percent.

 

10.  Upon ratification by City Council, the City will implement a new provision that allows the City to end premium pay for officers with restricted or suspended police powers. In addition, the City will implement a provision that restricts officers from cashing out holiday compensatory hours after December 31, 2013.

 

11.  General wage increase premiums for certain specifically identified classifications have been improved and equalized under the Agreement. The wage increases will be phased in effective January 1, 2014 to facilitate planning and mitigate the cost impact. The wage increase premiums include the following:

 

a.  Adding canine handlers to the list of officers who are entitled to receive a six percent hazard premium pay. Further, canine handlers will now receive canine handler pay when the handler is on sick leave or leave of service, unless the canine handler is physically incapable of performing kennel time duties.

 

b.  Sergeant patrol premium pay of five percent for sergeants in “full-time, uniformed assignments and who patrol or respond to calls.” Additionally, sergeants who work out of classification as an acting lieutenant will be paid overtime at the sergeant’s overtime rate plus 8.25 percent.

 

c.  An increase from two percent to four percent shift differential premium for officers who work the Night Shift and an increase from one percent to two percent shift differential premium for officers working the Afternoon Shift.

 

d.  An increase from two percent to three percent longevity pay upon completion of an officer’s 15th year of service, an increase from four percent to five percent longevity pay upon completion of an officer’s 20th year of service, and an increase from six percent to seven percent longevity pay upon an officer’s completion of 25 years of service.

 

12.  The terms and conditions of the Agreement shall be reduced to a successor collective bargaining agreement and shall conform substantially to a form similar to Exhibit A (the 2013-2017 CBA). The eleven grievances shall be resolved in accordance with the terms outlined in Exhibit B.

 

13.  The Mayor, the Human Resources Director, the Chief of Police and the City Auditor shall be authorized to execute the 2013-2017 CBA with approval as to form by the assigned Senior Deputy City Attorney.

 


 

POLICY

 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Council directs:

 

a.  The Mayor, the Human Resources Director, the Chief of Police and the City Auditor are authorized to execute the 2013-2017 CBA between the City and the PPA relating to the terms and conditions of employment for represented employees in the PPA bargaining unit for the period of July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2017, with approval as to form by the assigned Senior Deputy City Attorney.

 

b.  The 2013-2017 CBA shall be in a form similar to Exhibit A.

 

c.  The City and the PPA are authorized to resolve the eleven grievances as outlined in Exhibit B.

 

d.  The City is authorized to pay for all funds associated with the 2013-2017 CBA from the general fund.

 

e.  This ordinance is binding City policy.

 

Section 2. The Council declares that an emergency exists in order to avoid an unnecessary delay in the orderly implementation of the provisions of the 2013-20137 CBA; therefore, this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the Council.

 

Link to Exhibit A - Part 1 (PDF Document, 21 MB)

 

Link to Exhibit A - Part 2 (PDF Document, 25 MB)

 

Link to Exhibit B  (PDF Document, 109 kb)

 


HISTORY

 

Emergency Ordinance No. 186391, passed by City Council and effective December 18, 2013.


Table of Contents
BHR-17.01 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2004-2006
BHR-17.02 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2002-2006
BHR-17.03 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association - Vacation Banking
BHR-17.04 - Labor Agreement - Remittance Technician Terms of Employment
BHR-17.05 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Water Security Specialist
BHR-17.06 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Settlement Agreement
BHR-17.07 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Parking Code Enforcement Officer
BHR-17.08 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Inspector And Plans Examiner
BHR-17.09 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Water Operations Mechanic
BHR-17.10 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Storekeeper/Acquisitions Specialist
BHR-17.11 - Labor Agreement - District Council Of Trade Unions - Storekeeper/Acquisitions Specialist III
BHR-17.12 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Information Technology Classifications
BHR-17.13 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - 2007-2010
BHR-17.14 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Recreation - 2007-2010
BHR-17.15 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Wild Land Fires
BHR-17.16 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association
BHR-17.17 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2006-2010
BHR-17.18 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Commanding Officers Association - 2006-2010
BHR-17.19 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2006-2010
BHR-17.20 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 - 2006-2010
BHR-17.21 - Labor Agreement - Memorandum of Agreement with Portland Police Commanding Officers Association
BHR-17.22 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Certain Represented Employees
BHR-17.23 - Labor Agreement - Letter of Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications
BHR-17.24 - Labor Agreement - Letter of Understanding - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications
BHR-17.25 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2005-2007
BHR-17.26 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Certain Represented Employees in Water Bureau
BHR-17.27 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2007-2011
BHR-17.28 - Labor Agreement - LIUNA Local 483 - Parking Meter Technician Pay Rate
BHR-17.29 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association Local 43 - 2007-2010
BHR-17.30 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Environmental Policy Analyst
BHR-17.31 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Recreation - 2010-2013
BHR-17.32 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighter's Association - 2010-2012
BHR-17.33 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - 2010-2013
BHR-17.34 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2010-2013
BHR-17.35 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Recreation - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.36 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2010-2013
BHR-17.37 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Commanding Officers Association - 2010-2013
BHR-17.38 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Wastewater Operators - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.39 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2011-2014
BHR-17.40 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - Amendments and Grievance Settlement
BHR-17.41 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Certain Represented Employees
BHR-17.42 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-H - 2012-2015
BHR-17.43 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - Represented Employees and Commerical Driver's License
BHR-17.44 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 - Represented Employees in Surveyor Classification Series
BHR-17.45 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 - Letter of Agreement for Carolyne Haycraft
BHR-17.46 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association and Portland Police Bureau - Settlement Agreement and Memorandum of Understanding
BHR-17.47 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 and Portland Bureau of Transportation - Scheduling Parking Enforcement Officers on Day After Thanksgiving - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.48 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189 and Portland Bureau of Transportation - Holiday Pay for Parking Code Enforcement Officers - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.49 - Labor Agreement - Portland Fire Fighters Association - 2012-2016
BHR-17.50 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - 2013-2017
BHR-17.51 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Association - 2013-2017
BHR-17.52 - Labor Agreement - Portland Police Commanding Officers Association - 2013-2015
BHR-17.53 - Labor Agreement - Laborers Local 483 - Recreation - 2013
BHR-17.54 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications - 2010-2013
BHR-17.55 - Labor Agreement - AFSCME Local 189-2 and Bureau of Emergency Communications - 2013-2016
BHR-17.56 - Labor Agreement - District Council of Trade Unions - 2013-2017
BHR-17.57 - Labor Agreement - City of Portland Professional Employees Association - Increase Number of Compensatory Hours - Letter of Agreement
BHR-17.58 - Labor Agreement - Laborers' Local 483 - Seasonal Maintenance Workers - 2014-2018