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    Default Union Contract question

    I was wondering how many of you IAFF locals have your dispatchers covered by your union contract?

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    FWIW, this is the sort of thing you'd get better information on by asking your state IAFF affiliate or even the IAFF main office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeputyMarshal View Post
    FWIW, this is the sort of thing you'd get better information on by asking your state IAFF affiliate or even the IAFF main office.
    Agreed.

    However ours were IAFF members and covered under our contract.

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    Local 1014 for L.A. County Fire covers the dispatchers and nogoiates for there contacts with the department( they are not firemen or safty members)
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    Our Telecommunicator's contract is represented by the Illinois Federation of Police Labor Council.

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    The members of the Marlborough Public Safety Communications Center are represented by the Marlborough Clerical Employee's Union.
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