Upcoming FOP Events

Thu Dec 18 @05:00PM - 11:59PM
Lounge Steak Night
elcome to the official web site of the Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Lodge #3.  FOP Lodge #3 is the Union that represents the close to five thousand (5,000) active and retired police officers of the Baltimore Police Department.  Thank you for checking in and remember to support law enforcement here in Baltimore City and across this great nation of ours.
Fraternally,
Detective Robert Cherry, Jr.
President
Welcome to the official web site of the Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Lodge #3.  FOP Lodge #3 is the Union that represents the close to five thousand (5,000) active and retired police officers of the Baltimore Police Department.  Thank you for checking in and remember to support law enforcement here in Baltimore City and across this great nation of ours.
Fraternally,
Lt. Gene Ryan
President

Definition of Baltimore Police Officer

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Definition of a Baltimore Police Officer
A Police Officer  - whether active duty or retired, who, at one point in their
life, wrote a blank check made payable
to "The City of Baltimore", for an amount  "up to and including their life.
A Police Officer  - whether active duty or retired, who, at one point in their
life, wrote a blank check made payable
to "The City of Baltimore", for an amount  "up to and including their life."
Latino Night Print E-mail
Written by Edward Wagner   
Monday, 08 December 2014 20:28
Latino Night
at FOP3 
  Its going to be on the 19 December 2014 at 730 pm to midnight.
We will have DJ Jun who will rock the house with his Salsa ,bachata, Merengue,
and  American Dance music  .also we will have Carribean Spanish food .
$20.00 couples and singles 15.00 children under 12 free. lets have fun the latino way.
Best party of the holiday, lets share our culture.

Any questions, my phone
 443 643 5064.
M Martinez
I am in the bike unit, Inner Harbor.
 
Holiday Open House Print E-mail
Written by Edward Wagner   
Wednesday, 03 December 2014 23:46

FOP Lodge #3

Presents Our

Holiday Open House

Friday December 12th

From 11am – 6pm

3920 Buena Vista Ave.

 

We Will Be Serving:

Pit Beef, Pit Ham, Pit Turkey,

Oysters On-The-Half Shell

Hot and Cold Buffet

Assorted Desserts

 

Please bring an unwrapped new toy

for our Toy Drive to give to children at area hospitals

 
Cops, Children and Christmas Print E-mail
Written by Robert F. Cherry, Jr.   
Monday, 01 December 2014 19:06
In continuing the tradition we started in 2012, we are asking our members (active and retired) who attend the annual FOP Holiday Open House on Friday, December 12th from 11am-6pm, to bring with them a wrapped gift/toy for a child aged 10 years or younger. Please indicate on the gift whether it is for a boy or girl or both and the age.

We will be distributing the gifts to children in the Baltimore region who are sick with cancer and other life threatening diseases, as well as children who have been removed from their home due to physical and sexual abuse.

No child should wake up on Christmas morning to an empty tree. Please join us for good food and drink on Friday and let's remember what the spirit of Christmas is all about.  Thank you.
 
Bull & Shrimp Roast Fundraiser - Coats for Kids Print E-mail
Written by Edward Wagner   
Monday, 24 November 2014 12:52

BULL & SHRIMP FEAST

           Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge No. 3

           Baltimore Fire Fighters, IAFF Local 734
 

             Baltimore Fire Officers, IAFF Local 964

 

FUNDRAISER TO BENEFIT

OPERATION WARM - COATS FOR KIDS

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2014

7:00 PM -11:00 PM

 

 UAW HALL

1010 OLDHAM ST

BALTIMORE, MD  21224

DOOR PRIZES / 50-50 RAFFLES / RAFFLE BOARDS

SILENT AUCTION - WHEELS 

         Music by D.J.

 

  MENU: Steamed Shrimp, Pit Beef Turkey Ham and Italian Sausage, Maryland Crab

    Soup, Shrimp Creole, Potato Casserole, Barbecue Chicken, Seasoned Green Beans, Greek Salad with  Fresh Feta, Pasta Salad, Coleslaw, Assorted Cheese Platters, Chips, Pretzels, Assorted Breads and Rolls, Assorted Sheet Cakes, Coffee, Soda, Tea, Beer

 

DONATION: $40.00 PER PERSON

 

 To Purchase Tickets Contact:

 Dickie Altieri 410-365-4288 / Tom Nosek  410-499-5441 / Lisa Riha 443-800-2670


 
FOP NEWS UPDATE Print E-mail
Written by Gene Ryan   
Monday, 10 November 2014 23:42

Pension Litigation

 Since the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a ruling that, although it did not overrule United States District Court Judge Marvin Garbis’ earlier decision, did say the Unions have to pursue a state law breach of contract claim rather than a constitutional Contract Clause claim to address the City’s 2010 pension legislation, the Unions have reengaged the City of Baltimore in an attempt to settle the lawsuit. We are working with the City to settle the “20 and out” for our active members and Judge Garbis has sent a letter to both the Unions and City asking for an informal meeting to discuss a settlement pertaining to the post-retirement COLA for retired members. On October 31, 2014, a petition was filed requesting the Supreme Court to review our case.   

 Retro Pay – Members who Retired between July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014

  On Thursday, September 25, 2014, the FOP presented a Step 4 class grievance on behalf of members who retired between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014 (or after) arguing that these members are entitled to the retro pay raise of 2% effective July 1, 2013. Since our last up date, the Step 4 grievance has been approved.

 Fiscal Issues – Taking Pay While on Approve leave/ Recalculate Overtime Rate of Pay

  1.      It was also brought to our attention that Central Payroll was taking pay while working approved overtime/secondary on leave days. The FOP contacted the Labor Commissioner’s Office and advised that we would file an unfair labor practice as well filing suit in state court if COB did not agree to bargain this issue.  If any member has been affected by this issue, please contact the FOP.

  2.      On October 17, 2014 the FOP has filed a grievance on behalf of bargaining units, Unit I and Unit II who had their overtime rate of pay improperly calculated by the City of Baltimore (COB). The COB agreed they had been miscalculating the overtime rate of pay, in fact, on September 19, 2014; the COB corrected their error and began paying members the correct rate of overtime pay. The FOP is requesting the COB to recalculate all affected member’s overtime rate of pay for the last three years prior to the correcting their mistake.  The step 3 was heard on October 23, 2014 and denied on October 27, 2014. On October 31, 2014 the FOP filed for a step 4.

  

Fraternally,

Gene Ryan

 
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