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Posted on: June 4, 2020

Are You Ready for Police & Fire Contract Negotiations?

Having the right data can help to negotiate agreements that better serve the interests of your local residents and businesses. Many questions on Police and Fire contracts can be answered through the League’s Police and Fire Labor Data Service.

Could different contract provisions increase efficiency in your fire services? Is there a way to provide more effective policing, while lowering costs? And how much do your neighbors pay for police and fire protection? The answers to these questions can help you to better serve the interests of your local residents and businesses, and many of those answers can be found through the League’s Police and Fire Labor Data Service.

Selected provisions and salary scales are provided in Microsoft Excel files, allowing you to easily search and sort through information as it best applies to your municipality. Included contract provisions include, but are not limited to educational provisions, travel reimbursement, vacation and longevity schedules, and health benefits. Visit the League’s website for the full list of provisions included.

This data was released in two editions, and this latest edition also includes the information that was released in the first edition. The Police and Fire Labor Data Service is part of the League’s Bureau of Municipal Information. 

To order visit the League’s website and complete the order form.

Contact: Suzanne Allen,, 609-695-3481 x129.

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