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  • EnWhyPeeDee
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    Clarkstown in Rockland is the highest paid.

    "[...]Next on the state list was Clarkstown police Capt. Robert Mahon, with $332,265. The town police chief, Peter Noonan, was fourth with $315,583; Clarkstown Police Officers Craig Alemi and Peter Aiston were sixth and ninth on the list, making $283,096 and $249,874, respectively."

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  • ShantyIrish
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    Originally posted by GrayPatriot View Post
    The O is not allowing me to quote texts...

    I will shoot you a PM. I shouldn't have been discussing our wages on a public site, even though the public can check my salary through a number of sources...

    It is not that we are paid well it is some agencies don't pay their officers enough!
    I absolutely agree with you, especially the last comment!

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  • GrayPatriot
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    The O is not allowing me to quote texts...

    I will shoot you a PM. I shouldn't have been discussing our wages on a public site, even though the public can check my salary through a number of sources...

    It is not that we are paid well it is some agencies don't pay their officers enough!

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  • ShantyIrish
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    Originally posted by GrayPatriot View Post
    April 1st 2010 a Trooper with 5yrs on will be earning $93,391 base salary living in upstate NY. A Trooper living in Nass/Suff with 5yrs on will earn $103,509.

    IN 2010 A Trooper just out of the academy if they were to get Nass/Suff (Which they wouldn't) earns $85,675 <--- This is with less than a yr on!!!

    The median price of a home in my neighborhood was $60,000 in 2,000. In 2,009 it is $100,000.

    How much did you pay for your home?
    Way too much! And my taxes are out of control too....In 2009 median home price was like $380,000. (don't quote, may be off by some)In my particular case, where my primary home is considerably more though.


    But I'm still missing your point. As a person's total "worth" is not measured by real estate prices alone. You know that.

    Listen, I wasn't knocking the job or income. I believe I've made that clear. I'm not sure why you are taking the posture you are.

    I still stand by my original comment, even with NYSP 2010 figures you provided, it's still a tough stretch to match NC's salary/benefits/duty chart.

    More details can be provided if you care to pm me.

    Also...in regards to my post regarding salary at 3yrs...That was just over 8yrs ago. What was a 3yr vet of the NYSP making 8yrs ago? Certainly not the money they're making now or next years figures you provided. Right? I should've clarified my response.

    Another also....clarify please: a 5yr vet salary you posted...is this base pay or finalized pay with all additional income not including OT? Best I can find right now, for a current 5yr NC vet BASE PAY(no night diff, education pay, holiday pay or OT) is at $84,000 roughly. So, a current 5yr NC vet, working nights without OT is making just over 6 figures, like your guys...But his top pay step when he reaches it in 4 more yrs, will be higher.
    Last edited by ShantyIrish; 09-25-2009, 10:44 PM. Reason: content...should've done my research first!!!

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  • GrayPatriot
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    Originally posted by ShantyIrish View Post
    http://www.nytrooper.com/salary_benefits.cfm

    As per the link, a 5yr vet is just over $87k....I made more then that in my 3rd yr, and had more time off to enjoy it.
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    April 1st 2010 a Trooper with 5yrs on will be earning $93,391 base salary living in upstate NY. A Trooper living in Nass/Suff with 5yrs on will earn $103,509.

    IN 2010 A Trooper just out of the academy if they were to get Nass/Suff (Which they wouldn't) earns $85,675 <--- This is with less than a yr on!!!

    The median price of a home in my neighborhood was $60,000 in 2,000. In 2,009 it is $100,000.

    How much did you pay for your home?
    Last edited by GrayPatriot; 09-25-2009, 08:45 PM.

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  • soon2retire
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    Makes sense, just like everything else in state government, it moves VERRRYYYYY SLOWLY LOL
    Originally posted by UPNYPO View Post
    these figures from 2008

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  • ShantyIrish
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    Originally posted by PDJoe View Post
    80k for a rookie is not lower than both LI counties.
    http://www.nytrooper.com/salary_benefits.cfm

    Just to clarify, everyone STARTS higher then NCPD, that's not anything new....but noone can keep up with them! Hell, I think even Nass Comm college public safety starts higher then Nass cops! lol.

    As per the link, a 5yr vet is just over $87k....I made more then that in my 3rd yr, and had more time off to enjoy it.

    Noone beats the NCPD job as a whole: chart, benefits or pay as a complete package. Not even Suffolk in my opinion.

    I wasn't knocking the job or their salary, it's a great job and a very handsome salary....
    Last edited by ShantyIrish; 09-25-2009, 06:48 PM. Reason: content

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  • UPNYPO
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    Originally posted by PAPD 8-2 View Post
    Man there are guys on my job who do those numbers in their sleep, literally lol

    highest paid for the PAPD is a sergeant

    Hoey, Thomas H Port Authority of NY&NJ Annual $103,361 $265,628

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  • UPNYPO
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    Originally posted by soon2retire View Post
    A pretty good site, but not completely accurate. The raise we got 5 months ago is not reflected in the figures
    these figures from 2008

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  • PAPD 8-2
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    Originally posted by UPNYPO View Post
    Nassau Co. (Police and fire)
    Hennessy, Russell Nassau Annual $219,075

    Suffolk Co. (Police and Fire)
    Moore, Robert Suffolk $204,215

    NYSP
    Gourlay, William New York State Police Annual $178,281
    Man there are guys on my job who do those numbers in their sleep, literally lol

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  • soon2retire
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    A pretty good site, but not completely accurate. The raise we got 5 months ago is not reflected in the figures
    Originally posted by UPNYPO View Post
    http://seethroughny.net/StatePayroll...spx?BRANCHID=1

    Under "agency/area" scroll down to "New York State Police"
    Under "Subagency" scroll down to "New York State Police"

    You can find Suffolk county or nas county on the site too.

    Check this site out. This will tell you how much someone is making. If they are in a retirement system then their pay is on the website.

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  • PDJoe
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    Originally posted by ShantyIrish View Post
    Not knocking NYSP at all....$80k is a nice salary, but it's still lower then both LI counties.

    Good luck to you too, if that's where you're heading. Troopers are good guys where I work.
    80k for a rookie is not lower than both LI counties.

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  • Natsirt01
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    Nassau has a higher base but it takes 7 instead of 5 yrs to reach.

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  • LINY
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    Originally posted by nasa808 View Post
    Between Suffolk and Nassau, who has the highest base salary?After how many years?
    I THINK Suffolk has the higher base but Nassau makes more OT.

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  • nasa808
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    Between Suffolk and Nassau, who has the highest base salary?After how many years?

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