The members of the U.S. Park Police FOP have prevailed, again, in our fight for fair and lawful pay. The Agency will have squandered over $100K fighting to deprive you of your right to overtime. The Federal Labor Relations Board affirmed and then reaffirmed the Arbitrator’s award to you regarding the Agency’s unlawful overtime policies. Afterwards, the Arbitrator granted you interest on the nearly 4 million dollars in back pay. The Agency engaged in “procedural machinations” designed to delay the payment of this “reasonable award” and this, too, was unsuccessful.
The most disheartening part of this whole debacle is that the Department of Interior has utterly wasted hundreds of thousands of tax payers’ dollars when they could have resolved this matter, easily, years ago, with hardly a dollar spent. Instead, they fought. And fought. And fought. Needlessly throwing dollar after wasted dollar down a hole in which there was no coming out of. The amount of money squandered could have been spent hiring officers, buying much needed equipment or acquiring advanced training. But this was not to be.
So, here we are, once again, with taxpayers and officers paying for the poor decisions of the people entrusted with spending the tax payers’ money, responsibly. At this time, there is no information regarding when payment can be expected.
Be safe, out there!
U.S. Park Police FOP
TAXPAYER MONEY WASTED BY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AND U. S. PARK POLICE IN 8 YEAR EFFORT TO MAINTAIN UNLAWFUL OVERTIME POLICY ★★★ FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY UPHOLDS INTEREST PAYMENTS FOR OVERTIME UNLAWFULLY DENIED TO U. S. PARK POLICE OFFICERS ★★★ LEARN ABOUT 8 YEAR SAGA, READ BOARD’S DECISION ★★★
USPPFOP testified in front of the US House of Representatives regarding the aging equipment needed to fulfill our mission.
The Eagle Times is out! Read about the USPP officers involvement in the Navy Yard shooting and much more.
Last year Alexandria City Officer Laboy was shot in the head during a traffic stop. USPP Eagle 1 was in the air on a Presidential support mission when the call went out. Eagle 1 was instructed to stay on mission and not respond. Eagle 1 responded and transported the critically injured officer to Washington MedStar