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2017 MPSO Special Election

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As announced earlier, nominations were accepted at the general membership meetings of Monday, November 13th, 2017 to fill the unexpired term of now retired, former MPSO Director Gregg Duran.  The following members of the MPSO were nominated (in the following order) to serve on the MPSO Board of Directors:  MATTHEW GADZALINSKI  Pursuant to Article 5.03(4) […]

2017 Annual Election Results

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On October 16th, 2017  ballots were counted for the 2017 MPSO Directors’ election.  The results are:   CARMELO J. PATTI – 109 NICHOLAS B. KERHIN – 97 JOSEPH T. HALL – 21   VALID BALLOTS COUNTED – 132 NO NAME/PSID- 2 LATE POSTMARK – 10 TOTAL NUMBER OF BALLOTS RECEIVED = 144   Accordingly, Carmelo Patti and […]

MPSO President Gregg Duran Retires

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MPSO Director and President Gregg Duran has retired from the Milwaukee Police Department effective October 1st, 2017 after more than 25 years of Service.  Gregg has been appointed Chief of Police of the Village of Eagle, WI Police Department. The MPSO Board congratulates Gregg on his well-earned and deserved retirement from the department and thanks […]

Blue Racism

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Our friends and partners at the New York City Sergeant’s Benevolent Association (SBA) have shared a video with us about the sad but true reality of what is now occurring around this country, including here in Milwaukee.    View it here:    https://vimeo.com/230376456

Deferred Comp Troubles

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The MPSO is receiving numerous reports and complaints from members regarding many, many problems with the City’s change-over of our deferred compensation to Voya.   Members are encouraged to closely review your bi-weekly pay stubs and your deferred comp account detail.   This is your money.   If you find any issues, contact the City’s Deferred […]

FLSA Adjustments coming March 9, 2017

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The City Comptroller’s office has identified a coding error in how they had been calculating overtime payments for some overtime worked.  These formulas have to do with the FLSA and the 40 hours worked threshold.   The City has advised the MPSO that they have corrected the coding and ran retro corrections.   Those members […]

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