City, police union prepare for cop contract negotiations: FOP seeks 5 percent wage increase for IPD officers

Get ready for another round in local government's most rancorous ongoing scuffle. The Indianapolis Police Department's contract expires Dec. 31. The city and the police union are about to begin negotiations for a new agreement. Both sides sound optimistic about the chances for a smooth process. But that could quickly change when they get into the nitty-gritty of wage proposals and concessions. The parley over IPD's last contract took two years. At its nadir, the Fraternal Order of Police endorsed...

 

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