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Source: Youngstown Vindicator
September 18, 2013
I'm going to take a wild guess that the Officer is not fighting for back pay due to the reasons he was terminated in the first place.
~Spent over 2 hours at an event while on duty.
~Failure to respond to a call for service.
Being in a position where I have a say whether someones given a 2nd chance, suspended or Terminated, I find (most) times giving someone a second chance will turn out to be a good investment.
Best of Luck to the SGT!
Very interesting.Nites is suspended one day without pay,then fired.Wonder if there is a Police Union in that city?He may have a legal leg to stand on.I was a union rep.If he was reinstated and given his full rand back and loses no seniority,I would imagine the city DOES owe him the back pay.Simply,the city can't have it both ways.If,on the other hand he was simply suspended from Dec. till now and it was without pay that would be legal.Also I cannot fathom how somebody could possibly be fired for these nine months and come back with the same rank and seniority.Something is very,very wrong here.
well there just going to have to fire him again
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