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Topic - Police Labor Committee
After months of upheaval, the only thing impeding the president of a D.C. youth-corrections officers' union is a board member with a checkered past and an employee relations director who, despite city requirements, does not live in the District.
The District employee at the center of a union leadership dispute has a decadeslong court history -- including criminal charges — that possibly clouds his attempt to take over a 200-member youth-corrections officers' union, records show.