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State Probation Officer Returned to Work by Arbitrator
Updated On: Jul 31, 2017

A State Parole & Probation Officer and member of the Nevada State Law Enforcement Officers Association (also a NAPSO member) was terminated for allegations of falsifying time sheets, neglect of duty, insubordination and untruthfulness.  Following a pre-disciplinary hearing attended by the member and his representative, NAPSO Executive Director Rick McCann, the pre-disciplinary hearing officer recommended a suspension as opposed to termination.  As usual, the State P&P administration and the Attorney General's office ignored that recommendation and fired the employee anyway.

Following an arbitration hearing also conducted by Rick McCann, in which 10 witnesses testified and more than 400 pages of exhibits were offered into evidence, the arbitrator concluded that there were no consistent policies in effect at P&P regarding the alleged misconduct; P&P essentially sat back and allowed the member to report his time a certain way without adequately instructing him and then using the months of inaccurate timekeeping to charge him with miscondict and fire him; and there was no proof of any intentional misconduct by the member that would warrant termination.

In the end, the arbitrator upheld the member's grievance and ordered him to be returned to work.  

Congratulations to our member for his courage to stand up and fight for his rights and for his wisdom in being a part of the Nevada State Law Enforcement Officers Association and NAPSO !!

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