Village of Dixmoor Delivers Check to Cover Unpaid Union Dues to the Illinois Council of Police

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Village of Dixmoor Delivers Check to Cover Unpaid Union Dues to the Illinois Council of Police (Dixmoor, IL) — Dixmoor Village President Fitzgerald Roberts says the Village has reviewed the issue of non-payment for law enforcement union dues the Illinois Council of Police and is sending a check to cover unpaid 2022 and 2023 dues.

The total 2022 deductions owed to ICOP is $2,470.50 and the total for 2023 amounts to $1,195.50 which brings the total owed to $3,666. A check has been issued and hand delivered to the Illinois Council of Police.

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“As I previously stated, the Village of Dixmoor strongly supports our law enforcement officers and we have been committed from the outset to making this situation right,” Fitzgerald said. “We reviewed our records and discovered due to a clerical error we did indeed owe money for dues. Today, the Village sent the money owed for union dues and we are taking steps to ensure future payments to ICOP are paid in full and on time. I hope that our swift response in setting up a meeting, cutting a check and hand delivering it demonstrates that our support for law enforcement is more than just a talking point. It is real. One of the first things I did as mayor was increase the pay for part-time officers. My support for the work our police do to keep our community safe is sincere.”

Village of Dixmoor Delivers Check to Cover Unpaid Union Dues to the Illinois Council of Police

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