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15.1 An employee who is required to appear in Court (to give testimony about events arising out of action taken as an on-duty Police Officer) during his/her scheduled off-duty time, on an off-duty day or while on vacation, shall be compensated at one and one-half (1-1/2) times the employee's regular base pay rate for the time spent in court or compensated for a minimum of four (4) hours worked at the employee's regular base pay rate, whichever is greater. An extension or early report to a regularly scheduled shift for Court appearance does not qualify the employee for the four (4) hour minimum.
15.2 An employee who is called to duty during his/her scheduled off-duty time shall receive a minimum of two (2) hours' pay at one and one-half (1-1/2) times the employee's base pay rate. An extension or early report to a regularly scheduled shift for duty does not qualify the employee for the two (2) hour minimum. If the call back work assignment and the employee's regular work shift overlap, the employee shall be compensated at the call back rate of time and one-half until his/her regular shift begins and the regular shift shall continue until the employee's normal quitting time.