Bargaining Unit 6- 2020-2022 Tentative MOU Agreement

Update for Board Of Directors

Dear Board Of Directors,

We are proud to inform the board that late Thursday night, our negotiation team reached a tentative agreement with the State on a successor Memorandum of Understanding under the most challenging of circumstances. Our team was working until midnight to close the deal and will be working through the weekend to prepare for the BOD video conference call that is scheduled to take place on Monday at 0800 hours. While you are all understandably anxious to learn the details of this two-year tentative agreement, please be patient and allow the team who are still bound by confidentiality to wrap up the final details so that it can be presented to you collectively on Monday.

Sincerely,

CCPOA

CCPOA Washable Barrier Masks

These masks are currently being distributed throughout the state complexes. Each member will receive three masks a piece. Please contact your local job steward if you have not received them as of yet. Thank you and as always, be safe and stay healthy!

CCPOA-PAAC Sacramento Meeting 2019

The Riverside Moreno Valley Parole Office Meet and Greet

Several CCPOA PAAC Chapter Board members (President Jorge Robles, Vice President Joshua Eustice and Board Member Maribel Hinojosa) were joined by the CCPOA Main Table negotiation team members (Moses Mix, Terry Hammon, Steve Durham and Suzanne Jimenez) in rolling out the new MOU and answering all questions that the membership had. The Town hall rollout […]

PAAC GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING February 25, 2017

                       

PAAC GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

 

DOUBLETREE HOTEL, MONROVIA

924 W. HUNTINGTON DR.

MONROVIA, CA 91016 

*FEBRUARY 25, 2017*

9 am – 2 pm

 Continental Breakfast and Lunch will be provided

Topics of Discussion:

–  Guest Speaker:  DAPO Director

–  2017 PAAC Budget / Budget Proposals

–  Committee Appointments

–  Job Steward List Updates

–  PART Issues

–  SB869 Lock Boxes for Law Enforcement

–  PAL Warrant Requests (301’s)

For more information about PAAC: www.paac.com

Meshal Kashifalghita, President

(916) 708-2262

 

Upcoming Union Negotiation Tables

The following reflects upcoming Union Negotiation Tables:

1.     Lifer peer re-entry navigation network program.

2.     DAPO intent to disseminate the protocol for adherence to language added to all minute orders issued by Superior Court of Los Angeles County

3.     Basic Parole Agent Academy curriculum

4.     Implementation of the DAPO, DOM supplement 54090.1, request for interview, item or service.

5.     Deactivation of the CDCR, DAPO Orange GPS monitoring Parole Unit 2/Activate the El Monte GPS Monitoring Parole Unit.

6.     Revision to the CD CR, DOM, chapter 8, article 34 by the Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) procedures for mentally disordered offender.

7.     Revisions to the CD CR, DAPO department operations manual chapter 8 article 16 through 25.

If any PAAC Agents are interested in assisting with the negotiation process, please contact Mesh Kash via email or by phone.  Click on “Contact” Tab above to contact Mesh Kash.

 

 

December 10, 2016 Meeting Minutes

Parole Agent Association of California Meeting

NORTHERN REGION, COURTYARD SACRAMENTO CAL EXPO

DECEMBER 10, 2016 (0900-1400)

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER/ROLL CALL: Meeting called to order at 0910 hours by President John Bostick.

Roll Call:

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT BOARD MEMBERS ABSENT

EXCUSED YES / NO

MEMBERS/

GUEST LIST

PRESIDENT:  JOHN BOSTICK (SEE ATTACHED)
VICE PRESIDENT:  DELIA REESE
SOUTHERN REGION: MESHAL KASHIFALGHITA (N)
SOUTHERN REGION:  MARK JOSEPH
SOUTHERN REGION:  JACK HOOD
SOUTHERN REGION: JORGE ROBLES (N)
NORTHERN REGION: JOHN BATTLE (Y)
NORTHERN REGION: FERNANDO CISNEROS
NORTHERN REGION: ANA ALEXANDER (Y)
TREASURER:  ROCHELLE PENDLETON
SECRETARY:  TIFANI LADUKE
CCPOA REPRESENTATIVE:  NICOLE CLAVO

 

2.  COMMUNICATIONS:

  •  PAAC election results were revealed.  Kashifalghita was elected PAAC President and Delia Reese Vice President.  President Bostick thanked the Board and previous PAAC Presidents Melinda Silva and Ondre Henry for their help and assistance over the past years.  Newly elected Northern Rep. Dalilia Stewart was present at the meeting.
  • Deputy Director Jeff Green was invited to the meeting but had a previous engagement.
  • Correctional Peace Officer’s Foundation (Charlie Bennett) was present and spoke during the meeting.
  1. REPORT FROM COMMITTEES: 
  •  Firearms Committee (Jack Hood):  No major policy changes over the last six months as current director is leaving.  Approval of the Glock and vest policy changes still on hold.  If new weapons are approved there will be a full transition class.  Agent should wait for new policy to come out before they buy personal weapons to use on duty.  There are ongoing discussions in regard to modifications to the firearm that will be allowed.  May have a better idea in January as to where the Division will move regarding approved weapon.  The current director was moving in a direction to eliminate .40 calibers and approve 9 mm. only.  PAAC has asked that no policies be changed/implemented due to anticipated change in director.
  •  Legal Defense Committee (Bostick, Reese, Hood):  No new cases presented since last meeting.  There are ongoing issues with misuse of state vehicle and 65-mile rule from home to office.

 

  1. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
  • Cell phones:  All agents will be assigned cell phones and radios will likely be phased out.  Phones will be part of mandatory equipment and must turned on and accessible while on duty.  Phones will be outfitted with emergency signals for safety purposes.  Otter cases will be provided and policy will dictate how stolen/damaged phones will be replaced/reimbursed.  Phones should not be used to take pictures.  Agents will not be able to disconnect or disable location services.  GPS will be first to be assigned phone with the entire division on schedule to have them by next Spring.  Mobile applications still be created and ability for remote access which takes time and money.  Face sheet and ROS capability is currently functional. 
  •  3 Years to Excellence:  DAPO will continue on current path of programming and rehabilitation.  The state has determined the utilizing programs is more cost efficient than custody.  Accreditation is also a priority and ongoing training and education will be recommended and provided to keep the division up to date and more viable with current supervision practices.
  •  Overtime/Waiver of Specs:  Agents working in remote areas, who are above the 53:1 case count or the GPS matrix, overtime and/or waiver and modification of specs should be discussed on an ongoing basis with the unit supervisor.  If agents are spending greater amounts of time transporting parolees to programs and coordinating program placements, overtime should be requested if appropriate.
  •  DAPO is undergoing leadership changes and there are many upper management vacancies. Vacancies and out of class assignments will continue to exist until new director is appointed and has time to acclimate to the position.  A nationwide search for director was conducted.
  • PART moves were done again but PAAC had to force management’s hand.  About 15 moves were made in the south and 10-15 in the north.  About half of the people who requested a move via PART received a move.  PART moves should be made before positions are offered to new hires.  Next academy is late February so PART should happen again in January.

 

  1. NEW BUSINESS:  NONE. 

 

  1. REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE REPORTS:

On a roster.  Los Angeles County was getting a lot of cases directly transferred to them for program participation.

 

  1. GOOD OF ASSOCIATION: 

 

  •  Melinda Silva brought the issue that agents that go out on Worker’s Compensation for “Stress,” are receiving a letter from the department stating they are not “mentally fit” to carry a firearm.  Even if they return to work, the letter is still on file. 

 

  •  Current PAAC Board members were thanked for their services as representative. 

 

 

  1. ADJOURNMENT: 

 Joseph made a motion to adjourn. The motion was 2nd by Hood.  The motion passed by a unanimous vote.  The meeting was concluded at 1232 hours.