Pay rates are provided to officers for each job specifically and are provided before acceptance of the job by the Law Enforcement Officer, hereinafter referred to as the “LEO.” This notification is to be verified through the LES/TSF Scheduler. The LEO is provided information when first registering with Law Enforcement Specialists, Inc., or Street Force LLC., hereinafter referred to as the “LES / TSF.”
The dates of this agreement are valid from the date signed and continue until either party provides notice stating that the agreement is no longer in effect. LES / TSF requests written notice from the LEO when he/she no longer wishes to be engaged in an off-duty capacity through LES / TSF.
Frequency of payment information is included in the original paperwork received by the LEO upon registration with the LES / TSF. Pay periods: the 11th thru the 25th are paid on the 5th. The 26th thru the 10th are paid on the 20th. If you are signed up for direct deposit, your check will be deposited into your account on the 5th and the 20th of each month. Paper checks are mailed on paydate. If the pay date falls on a weekend, your check will be deposited/mailed the following business day.
Competitive activity includes, but is not limited to, the LEO forming or making plans to form a business entity to directly compete with LES / TSF within five (5) years of contracted work with the LES / TSF. This provision does not prevent the LEO from seeking or obtaining employment, contract work, or other forms of business relationships with competitors.
LEO will provide traffic control services and or security services surrounding construction sites, special events, churches, sporting events, campuses, public and private events, equipment, etc. Traffic Control and or Security Services include, enforcing local and Federal law while performing duties within the scope of the LEO profession and within the rules and regulations set forth by the LEO’s respective angeny of employment. The LEO understands that the site foreman, code officer, construction crew, site manager, or supervisor may request specific tasks directly related to the contracted work detail and agrees to complete these tasks to the best of his/her ability, where applicable by law. These tasks are not assigned or monitored directly by the LES / TSF, but by the site foreman, code officer, construction crew, site manager, or supervisor.