§ A8.451

POLICE DEPARTMENT

a.

The word “member” or “members” as used in this section shall mean the members in the police department set forth in Section 3.531 of this Charter.

b.

The basic week of service for each member shall be 40 hours and the annual compensation set forth in Section 3.531 of this Charter shall be based upon said basic week of service.

c.

Each member shall be entitled to at least two days off during each week, except as hereinafter provided.

d.

Whenever in the judgment of the chief of police public interest or necessity requires the services of any member to serve in excess of the basic week of service during any week, the chief of police may permit said service, and said member shall be compensated therefor or shall receive equivalent time credited to him in lieu thereof in accordance with this subsection. For service performed in excess of the basic week, member shall, as requested by the member, be compensated on the basis of time and one-half in accordance with the ratio which said excess service bears to the basic week of service and the annual compensation provided therefor in Section 3.531 or in lieu thereof equivalent time off duty with pay at the rate of time and one-half.

e.

Nothing contained in this section shall be deemed to interfere with a vacation, as provided for in Section 8.440 of this Charter, or the normal days off per week; provided, however, that when in the judgment of the chief of police public interest or necessity requires the services of any member to serve on his vacation, or part thereof, or normal days off, the chief of police may permit said member to serve during said vacation, or part thereof, or normal days off and he shall receive additional compensation for the period so served. Said additional compensation shall be computed on the basis of time and one-half in accordance with the ratio which said extra service performed bears to the basic week of service and the annual compensation provided therefor in Section 3.351.

f.

Nothing in this section shall abridge or limit in any way the provisions of Section 301, Part 1, of the San Francisco Municipal Code, approving Rule 32 of the civil service commission, insofar as sick leave and disability leaves for members are concerned.

g.

Whenever in the judgment of the police commission the efficient performance of police duty requires that one or more members of the police department should report for roll call, orders, and assignment, prior to going on duty, the said commission may designate a period not to exceed 15 minutes in any one day for said reporting, and the said periods of 15 minutes need not be compensated for in money or in time off with pay.

h.

Notwithstanding the provisions of any of the foregoing subsections, the members of the police department shall be entitled to the days declared to be holidays for employees whose compensations are fixed on a monthly basis in the schedules of compensations adopted by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the provisions of Section 8.401 of the Charter as additional days off with pay. Members shall be compensated on the basis of time and one-half as herein computed or shall be granted equivalent time off duty with pay at the rate of time and one-half as requested by the member.

i.

The provisions of this section changing compensation for service in excess of the basic week of service from straight time compensation and equivalent time off duty with pay to time and one-half for compensation and for time off duty with pay shall be effective on and after July 1, 1983.

j.

Any member who actually performs services between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. shall be entitled to an additional 6.25 percent of the compensation otherwise payable for base pay therefor for all such hours worked; provided, however, that such additional compensation shall not be included for purposes of retirement benefit calculation or contributions provided elsewhere in this Charter.

The provisions of this subsection shall become effective in the manner provided by law, but in no event prior to July 1, 1984.

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