Stipulated Judgment- 5 Day Permanent Injunction
The CCSO office has noticed a recent pattern of investigative notices sent to members requesting a turnaround time of 24 hours. This is a violation of CCSO’s stipulated agreement with CDCR. We are currently working to best strategize our course of action. It is imperative you contact our office immediately to secure your representation. If you need additional time to secure representation, contact the agent and request to exercise your five day privilege. If you are denied, let us know right away. You have rights; don’t let them be violated! Continue reading
Happy New Year!!!
CCSO hopes everyone enjoyed a wonderful holiday season and wants to wish all of you a happy and prosperous new year! We are proud of the many accomplishments achieved this past year and look forward to an exciting year in 2019. Continue reading
Meet and Confer:
On December 12, 2018, CCSO met with CDCR’s Office of Labor Relations to discuss the implementation of the 48 hour off post training schedule. Since the initial notification of this process in September, the Department has provided latitude for each institution to schedule training to meet their operational needs. Training will consist of one of following methods; 1) four ten hour shifts and one eight hour shift in the same work week; 2) four ten hour shifts in the same work week and one eight hour shift to be a “floater”, scheduled some time during the same calendar year; or 3) five eight hour shifts in the same work week and one eight hour shift to be a “floater”, scheduled sometime in the same calendar year. Our initial concerns we brought forth were on behalf of the Correctional Counselor II Supervisors, who are Work Week Group E employees and are not eligible for compensation when exceeding a 40 hour work week, as well as the possible involuntary overtime mandates that may arise after a supervisor’s scheduled training. We are awaiting the outcome of our concerns and will provide additional information once we receive it.