Police Sergeant Promotional Source Material

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Police Sergeant Promotional Source Material
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  1. SICK LEAVE - ACCRUAL
    All full time employees shall accrue four jours of sick leave per pay period, or .05 hours for each hour of actual paid service in that pay period, excluding overtime.
  2. SICK LEAVE - PAY
    Employees shall be paid their current rate of pay for each hour of sick leave used. The rate of pay will be the same as what is received if the employee were to work his her regular shift.
  3. SICK LEAVE - REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
    1. Sick leave request: Employees are required to file and sign a sick leave request as evidence the reason for the employees absence was a legitimate use of sick leave within 24 hours of returning to work.
  4. SICK LEAVE - RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT
    Empoyees shall be at their place of residence, a medical facility, or their doctor's office, or shall notify their supervisor of their whereabouts when using sick leave. Any gainful employment, pursuit of personal business, recreation, travel for recreation, or non-sick leave purpose, or other such activity when an employee is on sick leave is considered evidence of abuse of sick leave unless approved in advance in writing by the Sheriff or designee.
  5. SICK LEAVE - BONUS TIME
    An employee hired after January 1, 1982, may only accumulate 240 hours of bonus time.
  6. SICK LEAVE - SICK BUYBACK
    Employees hired or rehired between July 1, 1994 are eligible for sick buy back. The Department shall buy back up to 50% of all sick leave hours accrued above the 1,250 hour maximum.
  7. SICK LEAVE - SICK BUY BACK CONT.
    Banked sick leave shall not be eligible for payoff at any time, including at separation.
  8. MILITARY LEAVE CONT.
    At he beginning of each calendar year or after a change in status or assignment, the employee will provide their immediate supervisor with documentation establishing reserve status and unit assignment. Such documentation shall include the name and phone number of the reservist's commanding officer or designee as a contact point. The employee will provide an annual training schedule, or orders in case of active duty, by the first scheduled work day after such documentation becomes available to the employee. These documents are to be maintained in the employee's bureau file.
  9. SPECIAL LEAVES - MILITARY LEAVE
    An employee having a reserve status in any of the regular branches of the Armed Forces of the United States or the Nevada National Guard, upon request to serve on active duty or inactive duty or training as outlined in the provisions of N.R.S. shall be granted a maximum of 30 shifts of paid leave per calendar year. The 30 shifts provided herein are meant to be used in conjunction with the statutory obligation. Any statutory time used will be deducted from the 30 shifts.
  10. MILITARY LEAVE CONT.
    If the employee was unable to provide the appropriate documentation prior to his her military leave, the paperwork must be submitted within 30 days after deployment.
  11. MILITARY LEAVE
    • If an employee has an approved scheduled vacation leave, that leave will not be canceled because another employee has been granted military leave.
    • For the purpose of this section, an "approved scheduled vacation" means any vacation request submitted to the immediate supervisor 2 weeks or more in advance and is approved.
  12. LEAVE WITHOUT PAY
    At the employee, he/she may be able to maintain a maximum of 40 hours of sick leave when granted leave without pay.

    Continuous leave without pay for periods in excess of 160 work hours, exclusive of FMLA and or ADA must be approved by the employee's Bureau Commander. Continuous leave without pay in excess of ninety 90 calendar days must also be approved by the Division Head and the Sheriff, or the Sheriff's designee in the Sheriff's absence.
  13. LEAVE WITHOUT PAY
    Continuous leave without pay for periods in excess of 160 work hours for reasons not related to a medical condition may only be approved by the Sheriff, or the Sheriff's designee in the Sheriff's absence.

    If extended leave without pay is not granted or the employee does not request extended leave as specified above, the employee may resign, and may request re employment within 3 years from the date of his/her resignation.

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