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June 29, 2010

CAL REMINGTON: WELL, THE PEACE OFFICERS HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS UNDER THE PEACE OFFICER BILL OF RIGHTS. ONE IS YOU CAN'T HAVE YOUR LOCKERS SEARCHED, AND SO WE HAD A MANAGER LAST WEEK WHO WANTED TO SEARCH SOME LOCKERS. HE COULDN'T. THAT WAS STRAIGHTENED OUT, BUT I THINK THAT RESULTED IN UNION MEMBERS BEING NERVOUS ABOUT WHAT ALL THIS MEANT. I TALKED TO, A FEW MINUTES AGO, A STEWARD -- CHIEF STEWARD OUT AT CHALLENGER. I SHOWED HIM THE QUESTIONS, AND HE HAS NO PROBLEMS. THOSE ARE WORK SITE QUESTIONS AND THEY'RE ALLOWABLE UNDER P.O.V.A.R., THE UNION AGREES, SO I THINK WE'RE FINE.

SUP. MOLINA, CHAIR: HAVE YOU ASKED THE UNION TO PULL BACK THIS STATEMENT AND ISSUE A NEW ONE TO ITS EMPLOYEES?

CAL REMINGTON: THE PRESIDENT IS IN BOSTON. I LEFT A MESSAGE ON HIS CELL PHONE. BUT AS I SAID, THE STEWARD FOR CHALLENGER, WHICH IS REALLY WHERE THIS AROSE, LOOKED AT THE QUESTIONS. THE UNION, I WAS TOLD, HAS NO PROBLEM, MADAME CHAIR, WITH THESE QUESTIONS.

SUP. MOLINA, CHAIR: I UNDERSTAND, BUT IF, IN FACT, THESE OFFICIAL LETTERS HAVE GONE OUT TO UNION MEMBERS, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO IF THEY REFUSE TO ANSWER THOSE QUESTIONS?

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