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Ford City police receive support June 10, 2014 
Labor board sides with FOP on disciplinary code May 30, 2014 
Port Authority police get raises in new contract May 30, 2014 
City to split public safety department, will hire separate police and fire chief May 29, 2014 
Dauphin County Police Regionalization Committee hears pros, cons May 27, 2014 
Philadelphia teachers hope to take seniority fight to PA Supreme Court April 4, 2014 
Pittsburgh’s Mayor Wants To Develop A Policy To Discipline Police Officers Who Lose Civil Cases April 3, 2014 
Pittsburgh police union appeals judge's wage disparity decision March 27, 2014 
Pittsburgh police union seeks to improve relations with Peduto's office March 24, 2014 
Bill Would Increase Penalty for Injuring, Killing K-9 Officers March 21, 2014 
Mount Carmel Borough close to a deal with police March 19, 2014 
Donora OKs 4-year contract for police March 14, 2014 
Arbitrator decides Pittsburgh police can live outside city limits March 13, 2014 
FOP wants deputies to steer clear of Jeannette  March 13, 2014 
Chief points out the positives of PM Regional Police Department March 12, 2014 
Judge overturns arbitrator on event pay for Pittsburgh police March 12, 2014 
South Strabane considers police contract with East Washington March 12, 2014 
Allegheny County judge to decide fairness of different pay rates for on-duty, off-duty police February 24, 2014 
Pandering to the Fraternal Order of Police: Senator Calls Constitutional Win on Death Penalty '€˜Undermining Justice' February 17, 2014 
2 Shamokin employees set for furlough file grievances January 8, 2014 
Members of Norristown police union local working under expired contract January 8, 2014 
Shamokin police haven't been paid for five holidays January 8, 2014 
Dunmore police get raises, not required to contribute to health care in arbitration award December 19, 2013 
Police and firefighters due hefty back pay from $21 million arbitration ruling December 16, 2013 
Teamsters look to organize local law enforcement and correctional officers December 14, 2013 
Spending increase benefits Frazer police December 9, 2013 
East Cocalico Township amends joint police force agreement December 8, 2013 
Philly police seek end to 1950 ban on political contributions November 18, 2013 
Mt. Gretna OKs three-year police contract with Cornwall, eyes tax hike November 12, 2013 
Pittsburgh voters want employees to live in city November 6, 2013 
Council hears details of firefighter demotions November 1, 2013 
Arbitrator settles Shippensburg police wage dispute October 17, 2013 
Mayor holds line on taxes, raises his own salary in proposed budget October 12, 2013 
Washington Township police offered new contract October 11, 2013 
West Cocalico Township votes to renew 1-year contract with East Cocalico Police October 10, 2013 
Yardley, police have deal; contract extends through 2017 October 6, 2013 
Millcreek Township OKs five-year contract for police September 11, 2013 
Newtown approves borough police contract, honors chief September 11, 2013 
Pittsburg voters to decide fate of half-cent sales tax proposed for public safety September 9, 2013 
Police union president in Bethel Park sues municipality  September 5, 2013 
Fairview Township to hold off on feasibility study for regional police department with Lower Allen Township August 26, 2013 
Pleasant Hills, police reach four-year contract agreement August 21, 2013 
Talks held on Pittsburgh police officers' off-duty jobs  August 21, 2013 
Pleasant Hills Council accepts uniform bargaining agreement August 20, 2013 
Raises, no health care contributions for Scott Twp. police in new contract August 16, 2013 
37.5-hour work week proposed August 12, 2013 
Cocalico leaders to explore regional police force August 9, 2013 
Debate over police service in Cocalico area continues August 4, 2013 
Nazareth Police Department looking to rebuild force with more full-time officers August 1, 2013 
Cop talk East Cocalico Twp. open to continuing old police contract July 24, 2013 
Pittsburgh bill requires employees to live in city July 24, 2013 
FOP, city reach bargaining agreement July 23, 2013 
Pittsburgh Council authorizes referendum on police residency July 23, 2013 
Bristol Twp police get salary increases for 4 years July 22, 2013 
Clarks Summit reaches deal with Police Department, avoids arbitration July 22, 2013 
East Cocalico seeks common ground on police services July 21, 2013 
Police services debated in West Cocalico Township July 12, 2013 
Bell Township closes down police department July 11, 2013 
Jeannette’s cash crunch nears ‘boil’ July 11, 2013 
Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department could be expanding July 10, 2013 
Police issues dominate Denver council meeting July 10, 2013 
Cost of Scranton police and firefighter award cost rises to $21 million June 27, 2013 
Jeannette police agree to take pay cut June 12, 2013 
Lower Nazareth Township supervisors strike down merging police services with Nazareth June 12, 2013 
Plum Police Contract Approved June 12, 2013 
Dillsburg Borough Council rejects police contract, heads back to drawing board June 11, 2013 
Dupont votes to propose new 4-year police pact June 11, 2013 
Denver seeks clarification on proposed updates to police service agreement June 10, 2013 
Port Carbon mayor attempts to bring council, police to table June 5, 2013 
EDITORIAL: Keep working toward regional police departments June 3, 2013 
Mount Joy Borough furloughs two police officers June 3, 2013 
Edgewater Park to add to police force May 29, 2013 
Furloughs could affect safety at Carlisle Barracks May 29, 2013 
Middletown police have a new deal May 29, 2013 
Both sides like New Kensington police contract May 16, 2013 
Agreement nearly in place for Doylestown/NB Regional Police Force May 9, 2013 
Nazareth police contract proposal still under review by Lower Nazareth Township officials May 9, 2013 
Police survey to guide Maxatawny Twp. May 7, 2013 
Waynesboro police applying for grant for additional officer May 7, 2013 
Waynesboro Police Department to seek COPS grant May 2, 2013 
Carlisle considers closing police dispatch center, cutting lieutenant post April 30, 2013 
Chambersburg to add police department monitor positions April 24, 2013 
Eight New Police Officers Join Radnor's Force April 24, 2013 
Radnor Commissioners approve new contract with police union April 22, 2013 
Pittsburgh Police Added to Neighborhood Stations April 17, 2013 
Chester adds nine officers, 10 cadets to police force April 16, 2013 
Courtdale decides not to use Larksville for police services April 16, 2013 
Tredyffrin to get 2 new police officers, approves Trout Creek study April 16, 2013 
Council approves officer's disability pension April 10, 2013 
Port Carbon gears up for police contract negotiations April 10, 2013 
Commissioners approve 5-year contract for police chief in West Norriton April 9, 2013 
South Londonderry Township board hires police officer April 9, 2013 
Police issues remain in W. Elizabeth April 4, 2013 
Folcroft police get new three-year deal March 30, 2013 
Bristol Township school security, school police form union March 28, 2013 
Lower Gwynedd Board of Supervisors approves five-year police contract March 27, 2013 
Longevity pay hike key to settling Erie police contract March 24, 2013 
Deadlocked police contract in Caernarvon goes to arbitrator March 23, 2013 
New police contract means smaller force March 22, 2013 
Warwick hears about regional police department's first year March 22, 2013 
Philadelphia’s ’1% mayor’ shouted down during budget speech March 19, 2013 
West York Police contract brings praise, raises concerns March 19, 2013 
Eddystone council OKs new contract with FOP March 16, 2013 
Gettysburg Borough and police continue to argue over contract March 12, 2013 
Town, police union strike deal March 6, 2013 
Lower Paxton Township volunteer firefighters, fire police to get monthly benefit March 4, 2013 
Jeannette police agree to rotating layoffs; firefighters, other workers take pay cuts March 1, 2013 
School police union president to step down amid negotiations March 1, 2013 
Council approves police retirement plan to reduce force February 28, 2013 
Philly FOP on the case to have Josey reinstated February 27, 2013 
City and Police Union Reach Contract Agreement February 25, 2013 
West Norriton commissioners OK three-year police contract February 22, 2013 
Judge orders arbitration in DRPA police contract dispute February 16, 2013 
Our View: Reform police, firefighter arbitration February 3, 2013 
Morrisville Borough police union files unfair labor practice claim over festive holiday pay January 30, 2013 
Council: New police contract caps pensions January 25, 2013 
Pittsburgh police labor official: Staffing recommendations went unheeded January 25, 2013 
Police union delivers new proposal January 23, 2013 
Nutter Administration Won’t Appeal Pay Raises Given To Police Union January 18, 2013 
Police contract talks stalled, manager says January 18, 2013 
Police union OKs new contract January 16, 2013 
Decision on Riverside police layoffs delayed January 14, 2013 
Riverton police settle contract with borough January 11, 2013 
Bethlehem police elect FOP president, other members January 10, 2013 
Bethlehem police union brings back longtime president during recent elections January 10, 2013 
Manor Auditors Approve Salary Increases January 9, 2013 
Negotiations continue for new Pennridge Regional Police contract December 29, 2012 
Latrobe police get tentative contract December 28, 2012 
NEW MORGAN BOROUGH REVIEWS POLICE CONTRACT December 28, 2012 
Negotiations continue for new Pennridge Regional Police contract December 26, 2012 
Arbitrator to Camden police union: City can’t afford raises December 22, 2012 
FOP contract is reopened, adding $1,800 a year for the average cop December 21, 2012 
3-year police contract OK’d in Montgomery December 19, 2012 
New Lower Merion police contract voted on by commissioners December 19, 2012 
Union president believes Pottsville may save 1 police officer's job December 19, 2012 
Doylestown Extends Police Contract  December 14, 2012 
FOP sues city over end of health insurance for some retirees December 14, 2012 
Sayre council approves police contract December 14, 2012 
Franconia inks new police contract, OKs 2013 budget with 8.3 percent tax hike December 13, 2012 
Lower Merion, Police Agree to 4-Year Contract December 12, 2012 
EDITORIAL: Nazareth may need to rethink police merger conditions December 11, 2012 
LMT FOP OK Contract December 11, 2012 
LMT FOP OK Contract December 11, 2012 
Lower Merion police ratify agreement with Lower Merion Township December 11, 2012 
Chambersburg Borough workers agree to wage freeze December 10, 2012 
Police union, Pottsville council share ideas in effort to avoid officer layoffs December 7, 2012 
A.G. board ratifies collective bargaining agreement with service employees union December 6, 2012 
McDonald OKs police services for fourth town December 6, 2012 
Tamaqua council approves police contract unanimously December 6, 2012 
Police contract necessitates tax hike in New Oxford December 4, 2012 
Unions prepare for pending layoffs in Pottsville December 4, 2012 
Vandergrift police to get 4-year pact with raises December 4, 2012 
Now, municipalities will pay December 2, 2012 
Police against possible merger December 2, 2012 
Pottsville to lay off 3 police officers to help balance budget November 30, 2012 
District managers got raises, but school police say they got screwed November 29, 2012 
Paint Township approves two new police service contracts November 29, 2012 
Shaler approves new police contract November 28, 2012 
Pocono Mountain Regional Police Commission passes no-layoff budget November 27, 2012 
Upper Perk Police Commission lays off two officers to help balance budget November 26, 2012 
Pittsburgh police union says officers owed $100K in overtime November 21, 2012 
Upper Nazareth Township approves police contract with deferred raises November 21, 2012 
Doylestown extends police contract November 20, 2012 
Shared police service is possible November 18, 2012 
Layoffs, tax hike loom in Arnold November 14, 2012 
Pay Increases Considered for Manor Township Budget November 14, 2012 
West Norriton reduces budget gap for 2013 November 14, 2012 
Slimmed preliminary 2013 budget OK'd in Shamokin November 13, 2012 
Pennridge Regional police union negotiating contract November 12, 2012 
Firefighters' union labels transfer plan 'dangerous' November 11, 2012 
City has millions riding on tough legal call November 10, 2012 
Exeter police chief: 'We're at bare bones' November 9, 2012 
Wilkes-Barre Mayor: No Layoffs November 9, 2012 
McDonald to police nearby Midway for five more years at increased cost November 8, 2012 
Upper Nazareth Township says no to Nazareth police merger, OK to service contract November 8, 2012 
City, police union clash on crime stats November 7, 2012 
Boyertown approves four-year police pact November 6, 2012 
Mayor proposes 60% tax hike November 6, 2012 
Nazareth mayor: Police reorganization will be costly November 6, 2012 
Police contract reviewed November 5, 2012 
How will Act 47 hit union workers? November 4, 2012 
Deadline for city employees to accept furloughs looms November 2, 2012 
Parkside, police department reach impasse in negotiations October 29, 2012 
Doylestown Township to vote on police regionalization October 28, 2012 
15 Delaware County police officers may be reinstated October 25, 2012 
Leetsdale police agree to new five-year contract October 24, 2012 
North Middleton Township Police may get pay bump October 24, 2012 
5 Penn. towns disbanding police forces to bust union October 23, 2012 
Nazareth police committee: Police merger talks won't be revealed to public until decision is reached October 23, 2012 
Clarion council OKs police pact October 20, 2012 
Maguire: Public safety is top priority October 18, 2012 
Pittsburgh police residency bill waits for Corbett October 18, 2012 
Police union defends position October 18, 2012 
Reserve, police reach contract agreement October 18, 2012 
Aspinwall police ink new deal October 17, 2012 
Police debate continues in Lawrence Twp. October 17, 2012 
Loss of contract squeezes borough budget October 16, 2012 
New Pocono Township police contract includes pay raise October 16, 2012 
Paint Twp. approves police contract October 16, 2012 
Population count raises police costs for Stroud Twp. October 16, 2012 
Connellsville watches earned income tax revenues October 15, 2012 
Dormont Police, Council Sign Contract  October 11, 2012 
Paint Borough pays in advance for police October 11, 2012 
Seven Fields to keep Cranberry police for now October 11, 2012 
Buffalo Valley Regional police, commission sign 4-year contract October 10, 2012 
Thornbury approves WEGO police agreement October 10, 2012 
Bridgeville council approves three-year contract for police department October 8, 2012 
WEGO saved with police labor deal October 8, 2012 
Seven Fields Withdraws Request for Early Police Termination October 5, 2012 
The Cautionary Instruction: Tax, fee or surcharge -- public safety costs something October 5, 2012 
Philadelphia FOP Stands Behind Officer Fired For Videotaped Slapping Of Woman October 4, 2012 
Residents, FOP, come out in support of WEGO October 4, 2012 
City shoehorns police station into $5 million limit October 3, 2012 
Dormont Council Approves New Police Contract October 3, 2012 
Nazareth Police Association agrees to merger proposal with neighboring police department October 3, 2012 
Washington Township police have new four-year contract October 3, 2012 
Chesco town to lose its police October 2, 2012 
WEGO officers intend to file labor complaint October 2, 2012 
Cranberry Draws Up Resolution to Terminate Seven Fields Police Contract September 27, 2012 
Hopes fade for new WEGO police pact September 26, 2012 
Springfield police strike new contract deal September 26, 2012 
Tax hike, layoffs possible without union concessions September 25, 2012 
Seven Fields to Present Plans for Regional Police Department September 24, 2012 
Pension fund talks turn to consolidation September 23, 2012 
WEGO public meetings continue on police future September 23, 2012 
Neighboring boroughs mostly confident police protection will continue with Paint Township September 19, 2012 
Next Step in Modernizing State System: Labor Agreements September 19, 2012 
WEGO police negotiations still deadlocked September 17, 2012 
Seven Fields Moves Forward with Plans for Regional Police Force September 11, 2012 
Lower Macungie eyes money-saving contract for police study September 7, 2012 
Township Reinstates Union Fire Co.  September 7, 2012 
Officials mull hiring a consultant to study police options September 5, 2012 
Seven Fields Exploring Regional Police Department with Evans City September 5, 2012 
Westtown-East Goshen police talks continue September 2, 2012 
Cranberry Wants More Info from Seven Fields on Police Protection Options August 31, 2012 
Union-Owned Bank Helps Scranton Restore Firefighters & Cops Pay August 31, 2012 
Windber offers cash to keep police working August 30, 2012 
East Goshen to hold special meetings for police talks August 13, 2012 
Amity reverses vote to furlough 1 police officer August 3, 2012 
Scranton City Workers Set To Be Paid More Than Minimum Wage Again July 31, 2012 
Scranton pays up owed income plus interest to city employees July 31, 2012 
Scranton, unions reach settlement over minimum-wage back pay, motion to hold mayor in contempt July 31, 2012 
PA Mayor Reaches Settlement With Unions To Pay Back Public Workers’ Wages July 30, 2012 
Scranton (PA) Reaches Deal with Firefighter, Police, Public Works Unions July 30, 2012 
Scranton, Penn. to pay back workers' wages, plus interest July 30, 2012 
Judge requires Scranton mayor, council members to attend July 30 contempt hearing July 25, 2012 
Unionized firefighters rally for Scranton brethren July 25, 2012 
Cheswick looks to disband police force July 24, 2012 
IAFF Fire Fighters Rally in Scranton, Pa. (Video) July 24, 2012 
Union deals settled, but Scranton needs plan July 22, 2012 
Amity furloughs police officer July 20, 2012 
Full-Time Firefighters in Pa. City Are Paid $7.25 an Hour July 15, 2012 
Scranton Cuts Workers' Pay To Minimum Wage July 12, 2012 
Judge favors Scranton workers July 11, 2012 
Scranton cuts workers' pay to minimum wage July 11, 2012 
Scranton police, fire and DPW unions file motion for contempt against mayor who slashed salaries July 11, 2012 
Unions takes legal action after Pa. mayor slashes city workers’ pay to minimum wage July 11, 2012 
VP Biden's hometown bankrupt: Mayor cuts city workers pay to minimum wage July 11, 2012 
Mayor of Scranton cuts city workers' pay to minimum wage July 10, 2012 
Pa. mayor cuts city workers' pay to minimum wage July 10, 2012 
Pa. mayor cuts police pay to minimum wage July 10, 2012 
Scranton mayor slashes pay for all city workers—including police and firefighters—to minimum wage July 10, 2012 
Scranton, Pa., slashes workers' pay to minimum wage July 10, 2012 
Scranton, Pennsylvania City Workers Battle Mayor Over Minimum Wage Pay Cuts July 10, 2012 
Scranton's police, fire and DPW unions will sue in federal court July 10, 2012 
Scranton, Pa., City Workers Hit With Pay Cut July 9, 2012 
Evans rips Doherty pay cut, vows long court fight June 28, 2012 
Short on cash, Doherty slashes wages June 28, 2012 
Pink slips for 260 Philadelphia School District employees Friday June 7, 2012 
Bill to clarify Act 47 arbitration moving through Pennsylvania Senate May 29, 2012 
Meyersdale moves ahead with part-time police force May 8, 2012 
Pennsylvania Borough Disbands Police Department March 22, 2012 
Firefighters' union launches public-relations campaign over labor fight with city February 29, 2012 
Pribula reverses course on prison union's decision to waive pay increase February 24, 2012 
Prison union’s concession offer rejected February 24, 2012 
Indian Lake makes police officers part time, loses one February 9, 2012 
Phila. School District lays off 90 police officers  February 3, 2012 
Coatesville lockup forced to close January 12, 2012 
Looming loss of full-time officer slows contract talks January 12, 2012 
Arbiter grants Lancaster city police officers series of pay hikes  January 10, 2012 
York Area police retirements save layoffs  January 9, 2012 
Meyersdale approves temporary police layoff January 5, 2012 
State police layoffs possible, union says  December 28, 2011 
York likely to cut 5 fire, 8 police positions to balance 2012 budget  December 28, 2011 
Erie to pay officers nearly $9,500 as part of federal labor probe  December 23, 2011 
Code Blue: FOP president calls for budget changes December 14, 2011 
Pocono Mountain Regional Police officer layoffs approved  December 14, 2011 
Public-safety nightmare in the making  December 13, 2011 
Pink slips for 2 Pocono Mountain Regional Police officers  December 10, 2011 
Centralia Faces $9.4 Million Budget for 2012, Layoffs Possible  November 30, 2011 
East Cocalico works to cut police costs  November 29, 2011 
Chambersburg council negotiates 2012 budget  November 28, 2011 
Lack of funding threatens police program November 28, 2011 
Pocono Mountain police union's choice: Pay freeze or layoffs November 23, 2011 
Groer withdraws motion to promote 4 part-time officers to full-time status November 22, 2011 
Plight of cities, including Scranton, largely ignored November 20, 2011 
Municipalities make changes to using local police service November 17, 2011 
Red Lion, York Twp. trim police coverage November 17, 2011 
Scranton police, fire unions file grievances over holiday pay November 15, 2011 
Oley supervisors plan to downsize police force November 14, 2011 
Township may turn to state police for help in tough times November 14, 2011 
Budget woes may bring deep cuts to Chambersburg Police Department November 12, 2011 
Commonwealth Court: Harrisburg does not have to honor police agreement November 7, 2011 
State's role, obligations debated in wake of Scranton union ruling October 27, 2011 
Scranton unions say they'll work with city on payment terms October 26, 2011 
Statewide police union open to Act 47 rewrite October 26, 2011 
Laying off cops part of Oley budget discussions October 23, 2011 
Hanover police laid off due to revenue shortfall October 4, 2011 
Council mulls future of police October 1, 2011 
Judge signs final order in lawsuit over Scranton public safety personnel layoffs September 29, 2011 
Palmyra looks to trim staff levels September 29, 2011 
East Mountain residents in Scranton give officials earful about public safety cuts September 22, 2011 
Teacher contract negotiations in deadlock September 21, 2011 
Fraternal Order of Police wants Philadelphia to make police facility repairs September 20, 2011 
City, police union at odds September 15, 2011 
Create reserve police force for Philly September 12, 2011 
New Deal for Montgomery Township Police Department September 12, 2011 
FOP wins ruling on police overtime September 10, 2011 
Dickson City police budget likely to increase in 2012 September 7, 2011 
Spring City Borough Council hires new police chief September 7, 2011 
Judge denies unions' motion for immediate judgment in layoffs lawsuit August 27, 2011 
Despite cutbacks, most city spending still on employees August 12, 2011 
Mayor’s cuts draw ire of public speakers August 7, 2011 
Scranton firefighters, police officers file lawsuit to try to prevent layoffs August 6, 2011 
Meeting on public safety cuts focuses on Doherty's role August 5, 2011 
W'boro authorizes 4-year police pact June 16, 2011 
Corbett Administration continues union negotiations June 10, 2011 
FOP files grievance over city police's fleet of aging vehicles May 21, 2011 
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett Highly Unpopular In The Wake Of His Slash And Burn Budget Cuts April 29, 2011 
Feuding Pequea Township at it again April 17, 2011 
Pennsylvania needs to put taxpayers first April 13, 2011 
State court affirms Scranton's ability to reduce number of engine companies responding to automated alarms April 5, 2011 
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