Bradley Wilson Kane

Summary

Bradley Wilson Kane earned $144,200 in 2017 as a Master Sergeant for Department Of State Police.

Kane earned more than 94.68% of employees in Department Of State Police.

Employment history for Bradley Wilson Kane

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Master Sergeant $144,200 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Master Sergeant at Department Of State Police in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Matthew J Gainer Master Sergeant $168,900 Not reported
Steven H Pryor Master Sergeant $168,500 Not reported
Peter M Dimopoulos Master Sergeant $166,800 Not reported
Darrin R Cummings Master Sergeant $163,600 Not reported
Jeanette K Beck Master Sergeant $162,200 Not reported
Brian K Ingram Master Sergeant $161,200 Not reported
Joseph R Beliveau Master Sergeant $160,800 Not reported
Michael R Atkinson Master Sergeant $160,400 Not reported
Brent A Beltz Master Sergeant $159,000 Not reported
Mark P Nytko Master Sergeant $158,900 Not reported
Joseph F Bickham Master Sergeant $156,200 Not reported
Matthew E Konie Master Sergeant $155,700 Not reported
John L Griffin Master Sergeant $155,300 Not reported
Mark W Doiron Master Sergeant $154,000 Not reported
Anthony M Ostrowski Master Sergeant $154,000 Not reported
Mark D Brzeczek Master Sergeant $152,900 Not reported
William A Backus Master Sergeant $152,600 Not reported
Alan E Ulcigrai Master Sergeant $151,900 Not reported
Bryan Robert Falat Master Sergeant $151,800 Not reported
James F Jackson Master Sergeant $151,700 Not reported
Todd Michael Shaver Master Sergeant $151,700 Not reported
Patrick J Callaghan Master Sergeant $151,400 Not reported
Henry C Spight Master Sergeant $150,600 Not reported
Anthony D Kestner Master Sergeant $150,100 Not reported
Paul M Carlos Master Sergeant $150,000 Not reported

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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