e.No more than 3 Sergeants and 1 Lieutenant (4 supervisors) may be assigned to one shift as a result of such a temporary shift reassignment. At no time shall there be 2 Lieutenants on any given shift as a result of a temporary shift reassignment.
Detective Lieutenant, Detective Sergeant and Detectives shall work a forty, (40) hour workweek or shift, 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, with Saturday and Sunday off. There may also be a shift in operation from 4:00 p.m. through 12:00 midnight, Monday through Friday, with Saturday and Sunday off'.
The parties agree that one (1) detective may be on duty Saturday and Sunday for the twenty-eight (28) day work period. The Saturday and Sunday duty will be rotated between all detectives in the detective division on a twenty-eight- (28) day basis. The detective working Saturday and Sunday will have Wednesday and Thursday off.
The Chief or Deputy Chief may, for training purposes, assign employees from the detective eligibility list, in order of their ranking on that list, to the detective division for a period of up to twenty-eight (28) days.
The Traffic Service Officer and Liaison Officer shall work Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. forty (40) hours with Saturday and Sunday off.
The Chief or his/her designee may assign supervisors to supervise other shifts for a specified period of time, provided, that no such reassignment shall be for less than one (1) consecutive four (4) week period, except where lesser reassignment periods are sufficient due to coverage for vacation periods, leaves of absence, or extended sick leave among the supervisors. It is understood that this authority to occasionally reassign is also designed to achieve the objective of having individual supervisors supervise different squads rather than one single squad consisting of the same officers all the time.
Employees selected for overtime in the detective division will be at the discretion of the supervisor in command of the detective division. They will be selected from a list of employees who volunteer for overtime duty in the detective division. The Supervisor in command of the detective division shall endeavor to administer overtime in such a manner that every full-time employee will have an equal opportunity to work overtime, subject to the needs of the police department and the qualifications of the employee.
The corporals' working conditions shall be the same as the police officers. The exception shall be when the corporal is assigned to work in the classification of an acting desk or street sergeant.
When an employee changes shifts with another employee for one (1) or more days, each employee shall be assigned to the bottom of the vacancy and seniority list for the squad.
11.13 A change in squad assignments may be requested by an employee or the Chief or his/her designee. Such change may be requested for any reason. For a change to be effected, both the employee and the Chief or designee must agree to the change.