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North Carolina Troopers Get a Long-Awaited Raise

August 5, 2014
After five years of stagnant pay, N.C. State Highway Patrol troopers will receive a 5% to 6% salary increase as part of a $21 billion budget passed by state legislators last week.

Baltimore Police May Get Raises, Fewer Officers

May 1, 2014
More pay and fewer police positions are being proposed in a new contract between Baltimore and its police union.

San Jose Officers Reject 3% Raise

October 10, 2013
San Jose's police union rejected a 3 percent raise and demanded the city double it to stem the exodus of personnel from the agency.

Disability Pay: Adding Insult to Injury

September 26, 2013

Our injured federal officers are humble, honorable Americans who sacrificed to serve our great nation. Yet certain members of the Senate opt to ignore the sacrifice of these men and women, and now attack their means to survive.

San Jose Hopes to Reverse Police Exodus

September 10, 2013
San Jose's elected leaders hope a plan to hire 200 officers over four years will stem the tide of a massive exodus of officers following a 10 percent pay cut two years ago.

Victimizing the VA Police

August 28, 2013

Earlier this year the VA announced its intention to "reclassify" 17 occupational series, including its police officers and special agents in the 080, 083, and 1811 grade series.

Wis. C.O. Lawsuit Seeks Pay for Pre-Duty Work

August 8, 2013
A group of 10 state prison guards has filed a lawsuit alleging the state owes them millions in back pay because of a 2012 work rule that defines when they are considered on duty.

Atlanta Police: Citation Revenue Will Fund Pay Raises

June 27, 2013
An internal Atlanta Police Department email made public by WSB informed officers that traffic ticket money would pay for future pay raises.

Ill. Cop Indicted for Payroll Fraud

February 8, 2013
An 18-year veteran of the East Chicago (Ill.) Police Department was indicted Wednesday on 12 fraud charges relating to an alleged ghost payroll scheme, federal court records state.

Video: Officer's Suspension for Hair Pulling Overturned

January 3, 2013
A civil service panel has overturned the 15-day suspension imposed on a Baton Rouge (La.) Police officer who pulled a woman out of a ditch by her hair at an accident scene in late 2011.

Survey: 46% of Campus Public Safety Departments Understaffed

November 28, 2012
Training, public safety department staffing and pay, as well as active shooter and active bomber response are the biggest areas of concern revealed by Campus Safety magazine's Opinion Survey.

S.F. Chief Nation's Highest Paid Cop

August 27, 2012
San Francisco isn't the nation's biggest city, and it's certainly not the most crime ridden. But that doesn't mean it can't have the country's highest-paid cop.

Okla. Captain Sues Department Over Mosque Assignment

August 16, 2012
A Tulsa police officer and devout Christian is suing his department after being punished for refusing to go to a mosque for a mandatory cultural event.

Pa. City Reverses Minimum Wage Pay for Police

August 1, 2012
Scranton, Pa., and its police, fire and public works unions have reached a settlement over Mayor Chris Doherty's decision to cut city employees' pay to minimum wage for one pay period earlier this month.

Detroit Cops Face 10% Pay Cut

July 16, 2012
Detroit Police officers face a 10% wage cut and increased medical expenses under a city proposal offered today that would supplant the department's existing union contract.

Pa. Mayor Cuts Police Pay To Minimum Wage

July 10, 2012
The police and fire unions in Scranton, Pa., promised a federal lawsuit challenging the mayor's decision to pay them the federal minimum wage as a budget-balancing tactic.

Mo. County Exec Vetoes Higher Pay Hikes for Deputies

December 29, 2011
St. Charles County's (Mo.) executive has vetoed extra pay raises for veteran sheriff's deputies, saying they shouldn't be treated differently from other county workers.

LAPD Officers To Pay Increased Health-Care Costs In Labor Deal

July 5, 2011
Los Angeles Police officers will pass up a cost-of-living raise and shoulder increased health-care costs under a new labor deal with the city that was announced today.

N.J. Senate Caps Police Raises at 2 Percent

December 13, 2010
The New Jersey state Senate has approved a bill that would limit police and firefighter raises to 2 percent, if no contract agreement can be reached.

NYPD Cuts Officer Holiday Work

December 6, 2010
Officers who have obtained approval for "working" vacation shifts won't be affected. The move is estimated to save $4.1 million annually.
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