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City's offer for 2021 Juneteenth Holiday

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your familys! Wishing you all a safe and happy holiday weekend! Thank you for all your hard work and dedication!

FSA Open Enrollment Ends Today

OPEN ENROLLMENT ENDS THIS WEEK! - and - NOTICE – HEALTHCARE FSA LIMIT UPDATE You can go online in Oracle to enroll for 2022 benefits through this Friday, November 19. If you don’t have any changes you want to make, you do not need to do anything. However – if you are enrolled in the healthcare or dependent care Flexible Spending Account, you must re-enroll for this now for 2022. NOTICE – the IRS has just increased the maximum amount that you can enroll in the healthcare FSA for in 2022 – it will now be $2,850 annually. You can enroll/re-enroll online, or you can fill out the updated form available on the HR Benefits SharePoint page or request a paper copy. If you have any questions about your benefits or about Open Enrollment, you can call the Benefits office or email them at: HumanResourcesBenefitsOffice@LasVegasNevada.GOV.

2021 LVPOA Holiday Party!

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Public Safety Labor News

School Did Not Improperly Bar Officer From School Grounds

Robert Morrison was employed by the Hartford, Connecticut School Board as a special police officer. Morrison was also the president of the Hartford Federation of Special School Police Officers, Local 1018D, AFT CT, AFT, AFL-CIO (the Union).On February 28, 2020, the School Board placed Morrison on pa

Firefighter’s Bladder Cancer Presumed To Be Caused By Job

Stephen Bradley was a firefighter with the City of Olympia, Washington. As a firefighter, Bradley was exposed to diesel exhaust during various firefighting activities. He also was exposed to mild to moderate smoke, fumes, and toxins as well as the exhaust from the fire equipment and emergency vehicl

Due Process And The Brady Rule

The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5 represents rank-and-file Philadelphia police employees. In March 2017 Philadelphia District Attorney, Seth Williams created a Police Misconduct Review Committee to identify Philadelphia police officers whose testimony should be avoided in criminal cases. As a re