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    PLEA wins huge rights case.

    BREAKING NEWS - ‘WITNESS’ ENTITLED TO WEINGARTEN REPRESENTATIVE
    October 29, 2019


    This article appears in the November 2019 issue of our monthly newsletter Public Safety Labor News.

    This journal is published nation-wide to police officers, labor attorneys, and such…. PLEA has fought for Weingarten representation for witness police officers; police officers now, are entitled to this protection… A right for police officers that PLEA researched, and developed, and Florida’s Public Employment Relations Commission, PERC, agreed with us. PLEA fought this and won! Yet, we must wonder why, wouldn’t the PBA argue this right for all police officers, whether they are a subject or a witness?

    Please read the article, Dan

    https://lris.com/2019/10/28/witness-...eid=b340249625

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    Thank you PLEA

    Thank you for watching our backs. Your attorneys are truly second to none. Real bulldogs.

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    Keep up the good fight Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    BREAKING NEWS - ‘WITNESS’ ENTITLED TO WEINGARTEN REPRESENTATIVE
    October 29, 2019


    This article appears in the November 2019 issue of our monthly newsletter Public Safety Labor News.

    This journal is published nation-wide to police officers, labor attorneys, and such…. PLEA has fought for Weingarten representation for witness police officers; police officers now, are entitled to this protection… A right for police officers that PLEA researched, and developed, and Florida’s Public Employment Relations Commission, PERC, agreed with us. PLEA fought this and won! Yet, we must wonder why, wouldn’t the PBA argue this right for all police officers, whether they are a subject or a witness?

    Please read the article, Dan

    https://lris.com/2019/10/28/witness-...eid=b340249625
    Once again, reading into it. In this particular case, the Doral command staff told the employee that they did not know who the subject employee was. Our PCB has always and will always bring everyone in as a subject, first and foremost. Second, witness officers do not have the right to representation.

    As the article clear states, the officer was clearly the subject. “We credit Bardelas’ testimony that prior to her interview she REASONABLY believed that she was still the SUBJECT of the investigation... “ so, it was a ploy by the agency to bring her in as a witness rather than a subject. Hence, Weingarten applies because she was a SUBJECT and not a WITNESS and the Department incorrect characterized her.

    Weingarten rights guarantee an employee the right to Union representation during an investigatory interview. An investigatory interview is one in which supervisors questions an employee to obtain information which could be used as a basis for discipline or asks an employee to defend his/her conduct.

    So yes as it’s known to EVERYONE. Subject officers to have the right to representation.

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    I'm particularly impressed that the article was written by a neutral party. As such very impressive PLEA! Congratulations!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'm particularly impressed that the article was written by a neutral party. As such very impressive PLEA! Congratulations!!
    It’s clear that Doral PD knee she was the subject so In this particular case of course she was entitled to a rep. Witness officers to don’t have that choice. This was case specific that it was obvious that the department was trying to obtain a statement without a rep. Again, she was the subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    BREAKING NEWS - ‘WITNESS’ ENTITLED TO WEINGARTEN REPRESENTATIVE
    October 29, 2019


    This article appears in the November 2019 issue of our monthly newsletter Public Safety Labor News.

    This journal is published nation-wide to police officers, labor attorneys, and such…. PLEA has fought for Weingarten representation for witness police officers; police officers now, are entitled to this protection… A right for police officers that PLEA researched, and developed, and Florida’s Public Employment Relations Commission, PERC, agreed with us. PLEA fought this and won! Yet, we must wonder why, wouldn’t the PBA argue this right for all police officers, whether they are a subject or a witness?

    Please read the article, Dan

    https://lris.com/2019/10/28/witness-...eid=b340249625
    Thank you Dan. It’s obvious she was subject and that’s what they were referring to.

    Post here the case law or judgement that states that ALL witness officers can have representation.

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    Ok nice but what about the Eureka Gracia case? She got 20 days off and a MOU on a case that was a good shooting?????
    Had she been a PBA member this injustice would not have happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Ok nice but what about the Eureka Gracia case? She got 20 days off and a MOU on a case that was a good shooting?????
    Had she been a PBA member this injustice would not have happened.
    Wow!!!!! Thanks PLEA for blasting her name on here. True professionalism from you all. Could have just described the case but instead you blast her name on here. Amazing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Ok nice but what about the Eureka Gracia case? She got 20 days off and a MOU on a case that was a good shooting?????
    Had she been a PBA member this injustice would not have happened.
    What morons!

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