Proposal Highlight


Do you agree to accept the New CBA which gives you:



1. A new wage increase of $1.10 for 10/1/20 ($32.86) on top of the 3/1/20 increase of 3.5% = a $2.17 Wage Increase for 2020


2. Yearly Increases thereafter:


$.75 on October 1, 2021 – New Rate $33.61 per hour

$.75 on October 1, 2022 – New Rate $34.36 per hour


3. A new HW increase for 10/1/20 on top of the 3/1/20 increase = $4.80 per hour.



2020 Yearly Wage Increase = $32.86 + H&W $4.80 + $1.15 Pension = $38.81

2021 Yearly Wage Increase = $33.61 + H&W $4.80 + $1.15 Pension = $39.56

2022 Yearly Wage Increase = $34.36 + H&W $4.80 + $1.15 Pension = $40.31


4. Article X- Hours of Work and Work Schedules


Employee shall be paid 15 minutes of gear up (guard mount) prior to shift and 8 minutes gear down after each shift for a total of 23 minutes gear up / gear down per shift worked.  That time includes roll-call.  Employee who is retained on the shift to complete guard mount activity for any reason shall be compensated for that time.


5. Remove the Uniforms & allowance section – wages have been increased to compensate for this removal


6. New sick leave provision Article XIV – Sick Leave


Effective 1/1/2020 Employees shall accrue one (1) hour of paid sick leave for every 30 “hours worked” on or in connection with a covered contract.


An employee is permitted to accrue up to 56 hours of paid sick leave in each accrual year.  Paid sick leave will carry over from one accrual year to the next, however, the maximum amount of paid sick leave an employee may have available at any point is 56 hours.  Once the 56 hour maximum is reached, no further paid sick leave will accrue until the amount falls below the maximum.


Sick leave may be used for any of the following reasons:


  • for an employee’s own physical or mental illness, injury, medical condition;

  • when an employee needs to obtain diagnosis, care, or preventative care;

  • to care for a child, parent, spouse, domestic partner, or “any other individual related by blood or affinity whose close association with the employee is the equivalent of a family relationship” who has an illness, injury, medical condition, or who needs to obtain diagnosis, care, or preventative care; or for domestic violence, assault, or stalking situations resulting in an illness, injury or medical condition or the need for obtaining diagnosis, care, or preventative care, or to obtain additional counseling, seek relocation, seek assistance from a victim services organization, take related legal action for the employee or one of the above-listed individuals in domestic violence, assault or stalking situations.


Employees will receive information about the amount of paid sick leave the employee has accrued but not used each pay date.


A leave request must be made at least 7 calendar days in advance where the need for the leave is foreseeable, and in other cases as soon as is practicable, so as not to unduly disrupt operations.


The employee will be required to provide certification for absences of three or more consecutive full days.


Where applicable, paid sick leave shall run concurrently with FMLA, and all other leaves.


Accrued but unused paid sick leave has no cash value and will not be paid out at termination.


Unused sick leave may be carried over from year to year, however is limited to fifty-six (56) hours at any point in time.


7. Appendix “A”


Health & Welfare:

Add the following sentence “Effective January 1, 2020, you will be able to defer your own monies into the BSNC 401k plan.  This is an opportunity to increase tax-deferred savings for retirement.  No other company match contributions apply.”

8. Pension

The company shall contribute $1.15 per hour for all hours worked up to 40 hours.

9. All other provisions within the document will remain the same.


Voting will start on 12/19/2019 and close on 11/22/2019 at 5:00 PM. Everyone is eligible to vote, However only Dues Paying Members are eligible to have their vote recorded and counted.

LEOSU Washington DC -The District of Columbia's Newest 9(b)3 Security Union for Law Enforcement & Special Police Officers serving Washington DC Capitol Region