Greenfield Police Associations

Police Officers' Associations


This Memorandum of Understanding is entered into by the City of Greenfield and the Greenfield Police Officers' Association and is subject to Section 3500-3510 of the Government Code of the State of California, otherwise known as the Meyer-Milas-Brown Act and Resolution Number 74-44 of the City of Greenfield as presently written or modified.

The City and the Association will cooperate in pursuing the policy of no discrimination pursuant to Federal and State Law. The parties further agree not to discriminate against any unit member for his or her membership or non-membership with the Association. Pursuant to Sections 3500-3510 of the Government Code and City Resolution Number 74-44, the City certifies the Association as the recognized employee organization for a unit consisting of the classifications of Police Officer I, II, III, and Detective I, II, III hereinafter referred to as Officers. Classifications excluded from the Association shall be temporary employees, part-time employees, and student help. Classifications in the bargaining unit are as follows: Police Officer and Detective. Effective with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by the City and the Association, the City will establish a new Merit Based Salary Step Plan for Police Officers

The implementation of this Merit Based Salary Step Plan will be effective November 15, 2015 subject to passage of City of Greenfield Measure X and Measure W on November 3, 2015 and the following provisions:
  1. Each employee will receive a one-time salary equity adjustment. Individual salary equity adjustments were developed in consultation with the Union and based on years of service.
  2. Employees will receive an annual step increase on their respective Anniversary employment date subject to a satisfactory performance evaluation review.
  3. 3New employees will generally start their employment at step 1 unless the Police Chief determines that a new employee's job experience and education justify beginning that employee at a higher step. This determination is based solely on the judgment of the Police Chief in consultation with the City Manager.

Police Supervisors' Association


This Memorandum of Understanding is entered into by the City of Greenfield and the Greenfield Police Officers' Association and is subject to Section 3500-3510 of the Government Code of the State of California, otherwise known as the Meyer-Milas-Brown Act and Resolution Number 74-44 of the City of Greenfield as presently written or modified.

The City and the Association will cooperate in pursuing the policy of no discrimination pursuant to Federal and State Law. The parties further agree not to discriminate against any unit member for his or her membership or non-membership with the Association. Pursuant to Sections 3500-3510 of the Government Code and City Resolution Number 74-44, the City certifies the Association as the recognized employee organization for a unit consisting of Police Supervisors. Effective with the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by the City and the Association, the City will establish a new Merit Based Salary Step Plan for Sergeants.

Merit Based Salary Step Plan: Sworn Employees


The implementation of this Merit Based Salary Step Plan will be effective November 15, 2015 subject to passage of City of Greenfield Measure V and Measure W on November 3, 2015 and the following provisions:
  1. Each sworn employee will receive a one-time salary equity adjustment. Individual salary equity adjustments were developed in consultation with the Union and based on years of service.
  2. Sworn employees will receive an annual step increase on their respective Anniversary employment date subject to a satisfactory performance evaluation review.
  3. New sworn employees will generally start their employment at step 1 unless the Police Chief determines that a new employee's job experience and education justify beginning that employee at a higher step. This determination is based solely on the judgment of the Police Chief in consultation with the City Manager.

Non-Sworn Employee Salary Adjustments


Non-sworn employees shall be provided the following salary adjustments:
  • For fiscal year 2015-16, all non-sworn employees shall receive a 2% increase to their base salary effective July 1, 2015
  • For fiscal year 2016-17, all non-sworn employees shall receive a 3% increase to their base salary effective July 1, 2016