New Haven Police Union and city come to contract agreement

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New Haven Police Union talks about the future of the department

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — New Haven’s Police Union has voted to pass its first contract with the city in just over three years.

The contract includes raises, retro pay for four years, and a pension for all with sick time buy back.

The police union president said this contract is similar to police contracts in other Connecticut cities.

It will need to be approved by the Board of Alders before it takes effect.


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