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Council panel OKs tax hike to hire new Indianapolis cops August 28, 2014 
Central Indiana police departments doing more with less August 25, 2014 
Frankfort police, fire chiefs: Raise salaries August 14, 2014 
Gary officers pleased with charges; note problems remain  July 24, 2014 
Henry vetoes right-to-work ordinance July 19, 2014 
President of FOP wants more IMPD officers July 18, 2014 
Police “blindsided” by ordinance making union membership optional July 17, 2014 
County employees look for better pay day July 12, 2014 
“Right-to-work” ordinance makes union membership optional July 9, 2014 
Funding options for more officers July 8, 2014 
South Holland awards contract for police camera, recording equipment July 8, 2014 
Ordinance would end taxpayer-funded union work by city employees July 7, 2014 
Police departments in Indiana snap up armored military vehicles at bargain prices June 11, 2014 
IBEW Local 723 files suit against Fort Wayne May 18, 2014 
New Albany, FOP strike a deal April 30, 2014 
Plymouth Police Officer Loses Federal Lawsuit April 2, 2014 
Crete approves new police contract that’s on the verge of expiring March 24, 2014 
Police urge LaPorte County councilman to resign over Facebook rant March 24, 2014 
M'ville FOP seeking raises for officers November 13, 2013 
Prosecutor, police spar over liaison officer November 13, 2013 
FOP asks city for help October 22, 2013 
Two Officers, One Firefighter To Lose Jobs In Linton Due To Budget Deficit October 15, 2013 
Source: Police union complains cost-saving ideas ignored in city report September 18, 2013 
Kittanning council approves police chief contract September 11, 2013 
Citizens pack City Hall in support of Linton police officers at Linton City Council meeting September 9, 2013 
FOP wants to help minimize budget shortfall, while maintaining police department August 29, 2013 
No raises again for city workers August 10, 2013 
FOP works on plan for more officers August 8, 2013 
Low wages keep police moving August 1, 2013 
http://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/impd-staffing-crisis-increase-taxes-or-cut-services July 25, 2013 
IMPD staffing crisis: Increase taxes or cut services July 25, 2013 
Sequester Furloughs Cut Close To Home June 28, 2013 
Jeffersonville police station contract approved; RFPs delayed June 6, 2013 
Raises for Tippecanoe Co employees under review May 22, 2013 
Schererville firefighters seek agreement April 20, 2013 
New Albany police union dispute headed to court April 8, 2013 
County OK’s new police contract March 19, 2013 
Des Moines OKs collective bargaining agreement with firefighters March 12, 2013 
Teachers questioning HB 1334 February 28, 2013 
Clarksville renews police contract January 25, 2013 
New Albany council reviewing its role in union negotiations December 23, 2012 
FOP Ratifies Revised IMPD Contract December 12, 2012 
Police, firefighters would get salary hikes under tentative deal December 4, 2012 
Study shows Gary 'underpoliced,' puts cost of crime at nearly $4,400 per resident November 29, 2012 
Dyer municipal employees get pay boost November 11, 2012 
Gary police promotions back after last year’s cuts  November 10, 2012 
Law enforcement a key issue in city-county consolidation November 5, 2012 
Anderson reduces cuts to fire, police departments October 30, 2012 
Fewer police, firefighter cuts set in Ind. city  October 30, 2012 
Anderson city budget vote postponed October 24, 2012 
Anderson looks to avoid police, firefighter cuts October 24, 2012 
Judge: Anderson can lay off firefighters October 24, 2012 
Elkhart Police and fire unions respond to Mayor's veto October 22, 2012 
Lawrence firefighters must pick up slack after layoffs of civilian EMTs October 16, 2012 
Anderson police fighting city's planned job cuts October 11, 2012 
City-County Council panel approves police, fire budgets but leaves some issues unresolved October 10, 2012 
$360M Injected Into Ind. Pension Funds October 5, 2012 
Indiana pensions get $360M infusion from budget surplus October 4, 2012 
Furlough days causing controversy in Elkhart October 1, 2012 
Elkhart police, firefighters challenge cuts  September 29, 2012 
Hammond police agree to contract with city, talks with firefighters still on hold September 28, 2012 
Furlough days passed for Elkhart police and fire September 20, 2012 
Council OKs 2% raise for city workers September 19, 2012 
Council could dish out 2% raises September 12, 2012 
Hobart wants in on suit to unfreeze taxes September 6, 2012 
Budget cuts may hit Indianapolis public safety agencies July 31, 2012 
Indy mayor weighs sensitive public safety cutbacks July 30, 2012 
Metro Police Staffing Levels Drop To Lowest In Years July 20, 2012 
New London firefighter layoffs halted after union files for injunction July 17, 2012 
Don't penalize police officers for picking benefits over salaries  June 5, 2012 
IPS Board Approves Layoffs May 23, 2012 
Edwardsburg police millage falls by 13 votes May 9, 2012 
Indy Fraternal Order of Police offers ideas for budget reform  April 25, 2012 
Emergency meeting called to examine police budget crisis March 14, 2012 
Indy FOP Questions Touted Budget Gap March 14, 2012 
Gary owes city workers millions in back pay  February 11, 2012 
Indiana Becomes Right-to-Work State as Daniels Signs Bill February 2, 2012 
Ind. House Dems end long right-to-work fight January 26, 2012 
Indiana poised to pass anti-union bill January 25, 2012 
Despite Heavy Republican Majorities The Vote On Indiana's Anti-Union 'Right To Work' Expected To Be Very Close January 19, 2012 
Labor's Second Front January 17, 2012 
Indiana Republicans Pick Fight With Unions Where Others Won’t January 6, 2012 
'Right to work' stalls Indiana legislative session before it begins January 6, 2012 
As 'Right to Work' Law Looms, Indiana Occupiers Brace Limestone Strikers January 5, 2012 
Region union members protest right-to-work at Statehouse January 4, 2012 
Fort Wayne Police officers in line for slight raise  December 10, 2011 
Group says taxpayers are creating pension millionaires November 17, 2011 
IMPD To Lay Off 27 Civilian Workers November 17, 2011 
IMPD to lay off 27 civilian workers in budget move November 17, 2011 
Nearly 30 Department of Public Safety employees to soon be out of work November 17, 2011 
Group calls for more transparency on state pensions November 16, 2011 
Gary announces cuts in number of higher-ranking police officers weeks before promotion exam November 14, 2011 
'Once you become an Indiana State Trooper, you live it' November 13, 2011 
Can Indiana keep its pension promise? November 11, 2011 
Allen County makes last-minute cuts to police, judges' pay October 21, 2011 
FOP: Reduced police staffing would be breach of contract October 1, 2011 
City Budget Cuts Could Ground IMPD's Helicopter September 17, 2011 
Cal City to hire 3 new police officers later this year September 11, 2011 
IMPD reviews pursuit policy amidst fatal wrecks September 5, 2011 
Mayor signed off on contract for public safety director's personal associate August 25, 2011 
Budget crunch leaves IMPD low on basic supplies August 12, 2011 
Indiana State Employees Get Bonus for Losing Collective Bargaining Rights July 19, 2011 
New Albany police union files grievance July 9, 2011 
Evansville, FOP reach three-year contract June 15, 2011 
IMPD Budget Crunch Could Cut Back Cops  June 13, 2011 
City-County Council to decide whether fee should be enforced for take-home vehicles May 18, 2011 
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