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Old 11-03-2011, 12:06 PM
 
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Mannerz, 2011 $156,049
Mannerz, 2010 $116,635
Mannerz, 2009 $ 91,017

He's vested.

#sharedsacrifice
How does one get 30% raises a year, or do these figures include OT.

And $156K for your 5th year?
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Old 11-03-2011, 12:14 PM
 
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How does one get 30% raises a year, or do these figures include OT.

And $156K for your 5th year?

They figure OT, but look on NCPD employment website, see how much time off and paid holidays cops are given, and it's not hard to see how they easily increase their salaries by leaps and bounds. The OT is a big part of the scam.
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Old 11-03-2011, 12:21 PM
 
Location: Wallens Ridge
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Mannerz, 2011 $156,049
Mannerz, 2010 $116,635
Mannerz, 2009 $ 91,017

He's vested.

#sharedsacrifice
lol , How can you tell if someone is vested by the above It's based on time not money. FYI it's 5 years on the job.


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They figure OT, but look on NCPD employment website, see how much time off and paid holidays cops are given, and it's not hard to see how they easily increase their salaries by leaps and bounds. The OT is a big part of the scam.
Not sticking up for this guy but......He made over 100' DWI arrests that year alone, he earned the overtime. He didn't just scam it. Some call it blood money because you have no other life with all those extra hours you put in.

Maybe that was his problem..... all work and no time for the ladies
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Old 11-03-2011, 12:40 PM
 
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They figure OT, but look on NCPD employment website, see how much time off and paid holidays cops are given, and it's not hard to see how they easily increase their salaries by leaps and bounds. The OT is a big part of the scam.
The scam of what, exactly? Working full time? This is why threads get closed...
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Old 11-03-2011, 01:27 PM
 
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The scam of what, exactly? Working full time? This is why threads get closed...
The scam is that they are only scheduled to work around 190 days of the year..not much more than teachers. It doesn't take many extra hours to be up into the mid 100's, and even with that they aren't working more days than most people in private industry.
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:01 PM
 
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The scam of what, exactly? Working full time? This is why threads get closed...
Not to switch gears, but I have heard firemen complain that FDNY started moving guys from slow firehouses to busy houses so the slower houses can balance out the OT.

How dare the FDNY try to allocate resources and keep the average pay steady, instead of letting a slow house just work the salaried shifts and no OT and the busy house rack it in with all the OT.

sort of comes across as entitlement when I heard someone complaining about this to me.

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Old 11-03-2011, 02:32 PM
 
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The scam is that they are only scheduled to work around 190 days of the year..not much more than teachers. It doesn't take many extra hours to be up into the mid 100's, and even with that they aren't working more days than most people in private industry.
you seem to be stuck on this...what are the number of HOURS worked? if I work the equivalent of 40 hours a week, does it really matter whether it is over 3,4,*OR* 5 days? This sounds almost like an ad hominem response...
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Old 11-03-2011, 05:42 PM
 
Location: Long Island
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Sorry, Sparky, but despite what the lawyer and union president say, the fact that his conviction involves his official duties means that his pension is in jeopardy.
Sergeant William Kaul was involved in a hit and run in an unmarked police car while on duty last year, presumably drinking but no evidence, he received his pension. This guy is vested since he was hired in 2005, I'll go with the union president on this one.
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Old 11-03-2011, 10:27 PM
 
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Sergeant William Kaul was involved in a hit and run in an unmarked police car while on duty last year, presumably drinking but no evidence ...
No evidence. Imagine that !
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Old 11-03-2011, 11:43 PM
 
Location: Copiague, NY
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We begin to tear at each others pantlegs, quoting case after case about crap which never really did matter in the first place. India has a caste system,
you may be screwed on the day that you were born, but we Americans, need to learn that unless we can reach mutual accord on those issues of determining
whether our police are serving our best interests (or theirs), need to arrive at a common understanding. Yeah, Cops are a priveledged class, when you are the
enforcer of the rules, couldn't you just as easiy be the bender of those same rules? I believe that it was Rodney King who gave us a greater understanding of
our police. Hey, "Can't we all just get along"?
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