LAPD Officers Ratify New Two-Year Contract, Union Says
October 22, 2009
Officers in the Los Angeles Police Department have voted to ratify a new two-year contract, the police union said today.
The agreement keeps the city from forcing officers to take furloughs in the middle of a severe budget crisis but also provides no raises, city officials said.
The contract received support from 87 percent of those who participated in the ratification process, according to a statement from the Police Protective League, which represents nearly 10,000 police officers.
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