Everett Police Officer’s Association Files Grievance on Behalf of Troy Meade

It looks like Troy Meade and the Everett Police Officer’s Association will be fighting his firing from the Everett Police Department. I don’t have a lot of details but did receive this from the EPOA after asking for comment on his dismissal…
Sir,

A grievance was filed today with the Everett Police Department reference Troy Meade. Once that process runs its course and the “grievance committee” reaches a decision we will be able to make a comment at that time.

The initial grievance goes to the Chief for consideration (15 Days to consider, not including holidays and weekends), if denied it comes back to us. The next step requires the EPOA to submit it to the Mayor for consideration (15 days again), if denied it comes back to us. The grievance committee then reviews all the information (15 days again). If they accept the grievance it goes to the EPOA board and we either accept or deny the decision. If accepted it goes to binding arbitration for a decision.

Thanks

James Collier

EPOA President 2011

I am checking with the City of Everett for their response and the next steps in the process. When I find out, I’ll pass it along.
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