After months of failed negotiations, Los Angeles city officials on Friday struck a tentative agreement with the union representing the city’s police officers, sources close to the deal said, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The agreement would grant raises in the last three years of a four-year contract, the sources said. In July 2016, officers would see a 4% pay increase, followed by 2% increases in 2017 and 2018. It would also increase officers’ healthcare subsidies.
The full details of the proposed contract were not available Friday morning.