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Freddy's Steakburgers and Frozen Custard - Fundraiser for FOP 93 Foundation

On April 14, 2018, Freddy's Steakburgers and Frozen Custard restaurants will donate 15% of their proceeds to the FOP 93 Foundation.  The FOP 93 Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity, is using the funds to go toward the re-building of the Law Enforcement Memoral at the Orange County Courthouse.  

Please stop by a Freddy's Location in Orlando, FL, Saturday, April 14th to support his great cause.  

Freddy's Steakburgers Locations in Orlando:

11662 University Blvd.

8107 Vineland Ave.

3220 S. Orange Ave.

Thank you for your support!


University HS Boy's Basketball Team vs. Orange County Deputies

April 13, 2018 - 6:00 p.m.

Just $5.00 entry fee

University High School

2450 Cougar Way, Orlando, FL

*** 13 Year NBA Veteran, and Magic Fan Favorite, Nick Anderson, will be at the event ***

There will be games, food, fun, and prizes for all ages.  

Come watch the Deputies beat the University High School Cougars Boy's Basketball Team.  

The new Head Coach at University High School, Eddie L. Johnson, was hired and sought to change the culture of his new basketball team.  Coach Johnson took over the basketball program last year and is committed to helping students athletes achieve their goals to help them get into college.  He is working to motivate the players and instill in them a great deal of discipline and community involvement.  Coach Johnson has created a great sense of pride with the Cougar Athletics program.  He has communicated with the parents of the team and explained his vision for the team under his guidance: 

  • Players need to lead by example as students athletes.  He made it clear academics are first, wanting his players to carry a higher GPA than required checks their grades and attendance once a week.
  • The students must wear a shirt and tie to school at least once a week.
  • He is mandating that athletes serve in their community by volunteering
  • He has a vision for the program including nutrition and team events for all for the student athletes to work together to perform better in the classroom and on the court.

Coach Johnson is in the process of fundraising and searching for solutions to outdated equipment and uniforms that did not fit properly.  Coach Johnson has players wearing uniforms that do not match and have long passed their expected service to the team.  After hearing Coach Johnson talk to parents, and believing in the Coach’s vision, M/D Todd VonGraff reached out to the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Lodge 93 for partnership and assistance.

M/D VonGraff proposed the idea of a University Cougars vs. Orange County Sheriff’s Office Deputies basketball game.  The FOP voted unanimously to support the University High School Athletic Department by donating $500.00 to the program for the game.   The money raised and pledged by the FOP would go directly to the Athletic Program to help with their equipment and uniform needs. 

A Dual Purpose Event:

Shortly thereafter, ideas began to materialize and we quickly discovered that money could be raised for both the FOP #93 Foundation Charities and the University High School Athletic Program for Coach Johnson’s team.  The University High School Principal, Anne Carcara, and Coach Johnson approved the idea.  So much so, they wanted to make the event a large fundraising effort for both the University High School Athletic Department and the FOP #93 Foundation, a 501(C)(3) organization that funds such events as, the Michael Callin Golf Tournament, Cops and Kids Shopping event, Easter Seals, and the new upcoming Orange County Law Enforcement Memorial at the Orange County Courthouse.    

Contract Ratification Vote - New Collective Bargaining Agreement

UPDATE: The FOP and OCSO CBA was overwhelmingly approved by ratification vote and was signed by both parties.  We have a new contract from 2017-2019.  Thank you to all who voted and participated in the process.  The wage increases will be on the paycheck on October 13, 2017.

The Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #93 and the Orange County Sheriff's Office have reached an agreement on a new, two-year contract for 2017-19.  This new contract agreement includes the largest wage increases in the history of the Orange County Sheriff's Office.  

We will be voting on whether to ratify the contract on September 19th and 20th.  The voting locations are as follows:

  • Sector 1 from 1000-2000 hours
  • Sector 2 from 1000-2000 hours 
  • Sector 5 from 1000-2000 hours 
  • Courthouse from 0900-1700 hours
  • Central Operations Complex from 1000-2000 hours

If the contract is ratified, the wage increases would be effective on the first paycheck in October 2017.  Deputies and Court Security Deputies will vote on ratification on the contract as one bargaining unit.  Corporals and Sergeants will vote on ratification as one bargaining unit.  

We believe this contract is immensely better than the last contract.  We are hopeful that all bargaining unit members will vote YES and ratify this collective bargaining agreement.

Below are the highlights of the agreement, some articles were minor word changes and/or Present Contract Language only:  

Fraternal Order of Police / Orange County Sheriff's Office

2017-2019 Collective Bargaining Agreement Article Synopsis

Article 1          Recognition 

  • Added the Classification Court Security Deputy

Article 2          Gender Reference

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 3          Dues Check Off

  • Added Union Membership dues to the contract and increased dues to $20.00 Per Pay Period

Article 4          No Discrimination

  • Added language - Gender Identity

Article 5          Employee Representation and FOP Activities

  • Language clarifying the title FOP Representative
  • Increase 1/2 to 1 hour allocation for FOP presentation during BRC
  • Eliminated the restriction on how many bargaining unit members who can use Union Pool time

Article 6          Grievance Procedure

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 7          Internal Investigations

  • Language added that allows the subject of an investigation who asserts a conflict of interest with the Supervisor conducting the investigation a process for reassignment of the investigation.

Article 8          Layoffs and Recall

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 9          Promotions and Appointments

  • Elimination of the DFC rank/appointment for those who have not received the appointment prior to the effective date of this contract. Language allows for those who have received the appointment to maintain the appointment with no reduction in the current compensation.
  • Language will be governed by General Order allowing appointment to Master Deputy the month the member qualifies.
  • The Sergeant and Corporal promotional test cycle shall last no longer than sixty (60) days absent unforeseen circumstances.

Article 10        Grooming

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 11        Strike Prohibition and Work Requirements

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 12        Personnel Records

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 13        Compliance with General and Special Orders and Modifications

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 14        Performance Review

  • Written notice shall be given to an employee whose "Overall" performance is below standard at least 90 days prior to the end of the rating period.

Article 15        Seniority

  • Added Section Seniority and Classification Seniority. Language added that address when there is a tie in Section Seniority and Classification Seniority.

Article 16        Off Duty Employment

  • Off-Duty rate increase to $35.00.
  • Approved single off-duty jobs no more than four (4) hours (was two (2) hours) in length by be worked by bargaining unit members prior to the start time of their regularly assigned duties or during the middle of their shift, with prior approval from their supervisor.
  • Holiday pay will be at least ten dollars ($10.00) more than the minimum established rate for the job.

Article 17        Agency Issued Vehicles

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 18        Leave, Workers Compensation, Disability & Personnel Issues Grievance


  • Maintained all Holidays in current contract, with change of dates.
  • Language change for "well" baby - In the case where both parents are bargaining unit members, both may take sick leave to care for a "well" baby. If desired, each may share the responsibility, however they shall receive no more than six (6) weeks per member.

Article 19        Equipment, Uniform and Clothing Allowances Loss/Damage to personnel Property

  • Names of squads and units revised to their current titles and elimination of squads and units that no longer exist.

Article 20        Educational Assistance and Training

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 21        Acting Ranks

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 22        Transfer or Change in Assignment

  • Revised names of units and elimination of units that no longer exist.
  • Added language that was approved previously by bargaining unit members concerning the FTO and FTEP Programs (language that was previously included in an MOU regarding the FTEP/FTO Program).

Article 23        Workday, Workweek and Overtime

  • Present Contract Language

Article 24        Court Appearance, On-Call and Re-Call

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 25        Wages

  • Significant Wage Increases - See Charts

Article 26        Equipment and Service Awards

  • Present Contract language (PCL)

Article 27        Insurance Benefits

  • Significant Improvements - Union will have participation on all RFP (Bid) processes.
  • The Union will receive monthly up dates on the funding status of the insurance program.
  • The Union will have input on plan design and insurance coverage.

Article 28        Longevity Pay, Specialty Pay, Assignment Pay, and Shift Differential

  • Dive Team Specialty Pay Increase.
  • Included FTO Specialty Pay as previously agreed to by bargaining unit members.
  • Added Specialty Pay for TOPS unit.
  •  Increase to longevity pay for those reaching 10, 12, 14, and 16 years of service.

Article 29        Drug Testing

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 30        Management Rights

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 31        Entire Agreement

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 32        Savings Clause

  • Present Contract Language (PCL)

Article 33        Duration

  • Date Changes
Orange County Sheriff's Office - Memorial Page

NORMAN C. LEWIS - End of Watch January 9, 2017

JONATHAN SCOTT PINE - End of Watch February 11, 2014

MICHAEL ERICKSON - End of Watch March 16, 2011

SEBASTIAN DIANA - End of Watch March 12, 2011

BRANDON L. COATES - End of Watch December 8, 2010

CRAIG A. HEBER - End of Watch July 21, 2010

MARK LINDSEY PARKER - End of Watch March 19, 2009

MICHAEL ANTHONY CALLIN - End of Watch August 2, 2006

MARIANO LEMUS JR. - End of Watch May 6, 2005

JAMES MARCUS WEAVER - End of Watch November 24, 2003

JOHN HAROLD HOLLOMON - End of Watch December 15, 1998

GRADY TERRILL BRADDOCK - End of Watch May 27, 1998

JOHN JOSEPH CREEGAN - End of Watch May 29, 1996

HARRY JORDAN DALTON JR. - End of Watch March 25, 1991

THOMAS ALLEN INGRAM - End of Watch May 12, 1990

FRANK NELSON SETON - End of Watch January 4, 1989

ARNOLD WILLIAM WILKERSON - End of Watch January 10, 1984

SAMUEL PARKER JR. - End of Watch January 23, 1974

BOBBY L. CORLEY SR. - End of Watch August 8, 1965

SHERIFF DAVID W. L. MIZELL - End of Watch February 21, 1870

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