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Charlotte Sergeants Sue Department for Overtime Pay

March 30, 2010
More than 30 current and former police sergeants have sued the city of Charlotte, claiming their employer violated federal labor law by not paying them overtime.

LAPD Chief Cuts OT, Moves Specialized Officers to Patrol

February 18, 2010
To achieve an 8 percent cut in the Los Angeles police workforce, Chief Charlie Beck moved 350 officers from specialized units to patrol duty around the city.

New Haven Violated Wage Law With Recruit OT Pay

November 10, 2009
The city violated a state law by paying recruits for a flat 40 hours per week regardless of how many hours they worked. The city will need to make it up with retroactive overtime pay.

Durham Officer Fired in Overtime Scandal

October 15, 2009
A Durham, N.C., officer who was fired Wednesday as a result of an overtime scandal is not going out without a fight.

Durham Police Officer Paid $60K in Overtime

September 18, 2009
Durham, N.C., city auditors are looking into why a desk officer in the Durham Police Department received $59,454 in overtime pay over the preceding 12 months.

LAPD Says Overtime for Michael Jackson Memorial Cost $1 Million

July 9, 2009
The Los Angeles Police Department said today it spent about $1 million on overtime for officers and civilian personnel handling the Michael Jackson memorial.

New Orleans Council Approves $1 Million for Police Overtime

July 2, 2009
The New Orleans City Council, on Thursday, approved a request from the New Orleans Police Department for an additional $1 million to pay for longer shifts the rest of the summer, the Times-Picayune reports.

Budget Cuts: Dallas Police Lose $7 Million In Overtime Pay

May 19, 2009
The Dallas Police Department would see its budget for overtime pay reduced by $7 million, under the current city budget proposed for the next fiscal year, the Dallas Morning News reports.

Omaha Police Want Overtime Pay

December 31, 2008
The new union contract reduces the amount of overtime time police can "bank" — and not immediately be paid for — from 360 hours to 108 hours. That time can be cashed out at any point or used as extra vacation time. Under the new contract, officers with more than 108 hours "banked" will have to cash out the extra hours.
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