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Old 01-28-2011, 07:56 AM
 
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:02 AM
 
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So where are we at with the true cost of Suffolk and Nassau PD's when all taxes are compiled..sales, property, etc.
 
Old 01-28-2011, 02:37 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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Top pay cops are making the 130 with arrest OT. Top pay teacher in the city make over 100 grand so why are you distorting facts. Are you a politician??
Go to the seethroughNY site and look it up the NCPD, if you can use Excel you can easily sort through the entire list and halfway through the 2500 employees the salary is $129K. They are at $108K after 8 years not including night differential, holiday pay, uniform allowance, stipends for special categories like administering breathalyzers, etc. They could easily go to $129K and not work an hour of O/T.

The current contract also indicates non-contributory 20 year retirement.
 
Old 01-28-2011, 03:08 PM
 
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Go to the seethroughNY site and look it up the NCPD, if you can use Excel you can easily sort through the entire list and halfway through the 2500 employees the salary is $129K. They are at $108K after 8 years not including night differential, holiday pay, uniform allowance, stipends for special categories like administering breathalyzers, etc. They could easily go to $129K and not work an hour of O/T.

The current contract also indicates non-contributory 20 year retirement.

Wow! Hey Where can I look up what you make? And where can I find out where half these buisness owner on LI not only make but the money they don't claim. Especially contracters. So a city cops make close to 100 G at twenty years and NCPD 129 after 20 yrs. One makes to little and everyone knows that, ( excepty may be you ) and the other makes a salary.
 
Old 01-28-2011, 03:29 PM
 
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Wow! Hey Where can I look up what you make? And where can I find out where half these buisness owner on LI not only make but the money they don't claim. Especially contracters. So a city cops make close to 100 G at twenty years and NCPD 129 after 20 yrs. One makes to little and everyone knows that, ( excepty may be you ) and the other makes a salary.
If you don't want your salary to be public record, don't be a cop or a teacher or a politician. Your comparing what you make to people who are breaking the law.

"Don't talk about what I make, what about the drug dealer makin' 4 bills a week? "

What the heck does that have to do with your salary, that comes directly from taxes?
 
Old 01-28-2011, 05:56 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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Wow! Hey Where can I look up what you make? And where can I find out where half these buisness owner on LI not only make but the money they don't claim. Especially contracters. So a city cops make close to 100 G at twenty years and NCPD 129 after 20 yrs. One makes to little and everyone knows that, ( excepty may be you ) and the other makes a salary.
Thanks for helping my case, a NY City PO makes 30% more than a NCPD and you take no issue with that other than that's the way it is? I seem to recall someone arguing NYPD was part of the arbitrators salary comparison when making a decision. Interesting that a 30% differential is not a consideration.

Anyway beating a dead horse as some would say, the facts are there come over to the link below so you can voice your displeasure with the teachers salaries.


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Old 01-28-2011, 07:41 PM
 
Location: Long Island (chief in S Farmingdale)
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Nearly half of Nassau Cops make over $150,000, Slightly more than half of Suffolk cops made over $150,000 last year (though that was in part due to a retroactive pay raise. Due to Mangano's removal of the compensation caps two retiring chiefs took home over $850,000 last year, another one just shy of $800,000.


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Nearly half of Nassau's 2,400-member police force collected more than $150,000 last year as high overtime costs and large retirement packages drove up earnings, according to county records.

Three retiring chiefs walked away with more than a quarter of a million dollars each in salary and severance while two still-active police officers earned more than $100,000 apiece in overtime last year and 44 officers collected more than $50,000 in overtime, records provided to Newsday by the county comptroller show.
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Old 01-28-2011, 08:44 PM
 
Location: On a Long Island in NY
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Nearly half of Nassau Cops make over $150,000, Slightly more than half of Suffolk cops made over $150,000 last year (though that was in part due to a retroactive pay raise. Due to Mangano's removal of the compensation caps two retiring chiefs took home over $850,000 last year, another one just shy of $800,000.




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Insanity, we need to disband both county police departments and transfer their officers to the sheriff's departments as deputy sheriffs on deputy sheriff salaries ASAP.

Police Officer = Deputy Sheriff
Sergeant = Sergeant
Lieutenant = Lieutenant
Captain = Captain
Deputy Inspector & Inspector = combined into one rank called Major

Majors would command precincts and Captains would serve as executive officers with Lieutenants serving as shift commanders. Captains would command specialized units elsewhere (ie: aviation, marine, etc).

Lay off everyone above Inspector. Im sure the sheriff's departments have more than enough chiefs, and wardens, and undersheriffs of their own ...
 
Old 01-28-2011, 10:24 PM
 
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Angry Hey!

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Wow! Hey Where can I look up what you make? And where can I find out where half these buisness owner on LI not only make but the money they don't claim. Especially contracters. So a city cops make close to 100 G at twenty years and NCPD 129 after 20 yrs. One makes to little and everyone knows that, ( excepty may be you ) and the other makes a salary.
Just because someone is a contractor, that doesn't mean they don't claim what they earn.

Just saying. Carry on.
 
Old 01-28-2011, 10:36 PM
 
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Insanity, we need to disband both county police departments and transfer their officers to the sheriff's departments as deputy sheriffs on deputy sheriff salaries ASAP.

Police Officer = Deputy Sheriff
Sergeant = Sergeant
Lieutenant = Lieutenant
Captain = Captain
Deputy Inspector & Inspector = combined into one rank called Major

Majors would command precincts and Captains would serve as executive officers with Lieutenants serving as shift commanders. Captains would command specialized units elsewhere (ie: aviation, marine, etc).

Lay off everyone above Inspector. Im sure the sheriff's departments have more than enough chiefs, and wardens, and undersheriffs of their own ...
just curious -- how many Nassau & Suffolk NON JAIL deputy sheriffs do both counties have? It sounds as if you know...
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