An arbitrator will now decide how much of a pay increase Windsor police officers will get.
Representatives for the city, police board and police association made their cases in closed-door meetings on the weekend.
William Kaplan met separately with each side, discussing their positions and proposals.
The police have been without a contract since end of the 2010.
Jason DeJong is president of the association representing more than 600 officers and civilian employees. He won't say how much of an pay increase the union wants, but does mention they want to catch up to what officers in other cities are getting.
A first-class constable in Windsor makes $80,000 per year. The same position in Toronto, for example, pays $90,000.
The city argues it can't afford to pay a large increase during these economic times.
Another key issue is benefits. DeJong doesn't want his members to lose them after they retire.
"That's a very important benefit to our membership, so it's something that, obviously, we want to protect and maintain our benefits for members after their employment," he said.
DeJong said the association wants a four-year deal, which means it would run until the end of next year.
"It's been frustrating for the association and the membership to be constantly playing catch-up," DeJong said.
The arbitrator is expected to make a decision sometime this week.