The Baltimore police union voted overwhelmingly Thursday to reject a contract proposal from the city.
Under the proposal, officers would have received a 3% salary increase for part of this year and another 2% increase for next year.
Officers also would have received a one-time $500 bonus for not getting a salary increase in 2016.
The contract would not have added civilians to disciplinary boards.
After the vote, the Fraternal Order of Police tweeted that nearly 100% of the officers voted against the deal.
Results of the City’s final offer; Unit I 98% rejected 2% accepted, Unit II 96% rejected 4 % accepted.
— Baltimore City FOP (@FOP3) October 13, 2017