IBPO

AcronymDefinition
IBPOInternational Brotherhood of Police Officers
IBPOInternational Business Partnering Opportunities (Scotland)
IBPOInternational Brotherhood of Police Organizations
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Sullivan, for a law firm affiliated with the new union was a factor in the rank and file's concern about staying with the IBPO.
A potentially pivotal development in the contest occurred Monday when the local IBPO's executive board voted 4-0 to endorse the rival union.
A key issue for the executive board, Detective Daly said, was the recent departure of the IBPO's longtime lawyer, Richard K.
"They approached us with multiple questions about the lack of appropriate legal representation from the IBPO," Mr.
The endorsements are in addition to the Worcester Firefighter's Local 1009, IBPO Local 378, Worcester Police Officer's Union Local 504, the Educational Association of Worcester, and the AFL-CIO.
Cipro Jr., a member of the executive board of the IBPO and former president of the patrol union, said it is likely the patrol officers union will give the chief the stringent enhanced drug-testing powers he is looking for, though the wording may not be exactly the same to which the superior officers agreed.
Chief Gemme said he hopes the policy in the Local 504 contract also will be included in the next contract for IBPO Local 378, the patrolmen's union.
The shrunken staff caused many officers to work overtime and double shifts, leaving the town vulnerable, according to the IBPO.