(2) For eight (8) hours if the time applying to the assignment is greater than six (6) hours and up to eight (8) hours, he/she shall not work his/her regularly scheduled tour of duty.
(3) For the actual number of hours, computed to the nearest quarter (1/4) hour, if the time applying to the assignment exceeds eight (8) hours, he/she shall not work his/her regularly scheduled tour of duty. All hours in excess of eight (8) hours shall be paid at the rate of time and one-half.
c. A member attending an assignment on a regular day off or a vacation day shall be paid for the actual number of hours applying to the assignment. In the event this day off is a regularly scheduled vacation day, the employee shall be entitled to reschedule the vacation day regardless of the number of hours applying to the assignment.
d. The time is computed beginning with the time of departure from police headquarters and ends at the time of return to police headquarters.
Medical Surveillance While Assigned to the Shooting Range. In an effort to support safe workplace practices, the City of New London will institute a medical surveillance program for all Police Officers assigned to the shooting range as part of its comprehensive measures to prevent lead-related disease. This medical surveillance program shall identify potentially “at risk” employees, and provide them with medical examinations, consultations, and follow-up blood sampling in accordance with the OSHA Lead Standard for General Industry 29 CFR 1910.1025.
The “Baseline Medical Evaluation” of each participating employee shall include all components listed in the documentation provided by the Lawrence & Memorial Hospital. Currently such medical evaluation includes a Comprehensive Health History, a Complete Physical Exam, a Pulmonary Function Test, Blood Lead Level/ZPP, Hemoglobin & Hematocrit, Blood Urea Nitrogen, Serum Creatinine, and Routine Microscopic Urinalysis. This medical evaluation and any follow-up periodic monitoring does not and shall not include any form of drug or alcohol testing.
Police Department POST Certified Instructors planning to train or perform teaching functions in their certified topic area outside the Department are required to advise the Chief of Police in writing prior to such scheduling for acknowledgment and notification.
There shall be no self scheduling outside the department without notification to, and acknowledgment from the Chief of Police.
Police Department POST Certified Instructors who perform or assist with Department Training shall be those assigned and scheduled by Training Officer with approval of the Police Chief.
There shall be no self scheduling for teaching or training within the Department unless authorized and approved by the Training Office.
All Department POST Certified Instructors are required to submit and maintain lesson plans of respective area of certification to the Training officer and ensure the materials are updated and reflect advances in each area of specialization.