Attorney Aaron Halstead recently won an arbitration case on behalf of the Ashwaubenon Public Safety Officers’ Association. The Association is comprised of officers who work 24-hour shifts performing police, fire and rescue activities. This arbitration case arose when the chief of police denied an officer’s request to perform part-time law enforcement work for another jurisdiction. The Association contended that this denial violated the collective bargaining agreement and the Department’s secondary employment policy. Arbitrator Raleigh Jones issued an arbitration award in favor of the Association with respect to its grievance and ordered the Village to permit the requested employment. The entire Award may be found here.

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