The sheriff and county staff are at the start of contract negotiations with the Las Vegas Police Protective Association.
What does LVPPA stand for?
LVPPA stands for Las Vegas Police Protective Association (est. 1947; Nevada)
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The Nevada Conference of Police and Sheriff's represents Law Enforcement Officers throughout the State of Nevada, including officers represented by the Las Vegas Police Protective Association Metro Inc.
SEIU made concessions Kallas, who retired last year as the Las Vegas Police Protective Association lobbyist, sees the increased scrutiny of public employees as an extension of a campaign that groups such as the Greater Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce began waging last session.
The following month the union that bargains for the city’s marshals — the Las Vegas Police Protective Association — agreed to a one-year contract with a reduced cost-of-living allowance of 0.
” David Kallas, lobbyist with the Las Vegas Police Protective Association, called the list “pretty selfish and shortsighted.
The Las Vegas Police Protective Association, which represents 2,500 police officers, agreed to forgo a 3 percent cost-of-living increase that would have taken effect July 1.
Foreseeing worsening budget problems because of withering tax collections, Clark County Commission Chairman Rory Reid and County Manager Virginia Valentine began talks in November with the Las Vegas Police Protective Association, which represents 2,500 cops; the Service Employees International Union, which represents 9,500 county employees; and the International Association of Firefighters, which represents about 770 firefighters.
The larger the organization, the more likely there will be separate associations, said Chris Collins, executive director of the Las Vegas Police Protective Association.