Flashcards in Police Services Act and Arbitration Decisions Deck (8)
In the ARTICLE 15 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE; Step 1: An aggrieved member, accompanied and represented by an Association Steward or Director, may present his/her grievance, in writing, to his/her Unit Commander or designate and the grievance shall be discussed with a view to reaching a settlement.
How many days does the UC have to respond in writing?
within five WORKING days of the discussion
In the ARTICLE 15 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE; Failing satisfactory settlement at Step 1, the Association may, within ___________, submit the grievance to the ________ or his/her designate for further discussion with a view to reaching a settlement.
twenty WORKING days
Chief of Police
How many days does the grievor have to submit the grievance after the incident or knowing they have a grievance?
A grievance is to be commenced within twenty five (25) working days of the incident which gave rise to
the grievance, unless the grievor, Association or Board is unaware that grounds exist for a grievance, in
which case, the grievance is to be commenced within twenty five (25) working days of the time at which
the grievor, Association or Board became aware that grounds for a grievance existed.
Failing satisfactory settlement at Step 2 of the Grievance Procedure either party, within ten (10) working days, may refer the grievance to what?
Failing satisfactory settlement at conciliation, either party, within ninety (90) calendar days following the date of the letter from the Solicitor General under s. 123(4) of the Police Services Act, may refer the grievance to what?
Except for charges, complaints or other actions taken in respect of a member under the Police Services Act or any other legislation or regulation, a member shall be notified of any disciplinary action taken against the member by what method?
by way of documentation (currently TPS 930)
How many days and in what method does the member have to respond to the TPS930?
in writing within ten working days