Carlos Rosa

Summary

Carlos Rosa earned $56,464 in 2017 as an Employee for Dixmoor Police. Rosa had worked in this position since April 16, 2013.

Rosa earned more than 96.77% of employees in Dixmoor Police.

Other Employees at Dixmoor Police

Name Position Salary Start Date
Aaron Gibson Employee $62,886 04-01-2015
Anthony Harvey Employee $50,042 07-25-2003
Darryl Torry Employee $45,564 04-01-2015
Hashi Jaco Employee $43,349 06-06-2016
William F. Reed Employee $37,979 10-26-2016
Ronnie Burge Employee $36,923 12-17-2013
Cerita J Coleman Employee $31,939 04-01-1974
Marcus D. Pendleton Employee $29,510 06-06-2016
Asia Blackman Employee $26,338 02-08-2012
Leonard Weathers Employee $25,969 08-17-2015
Samiel P Griffin Employee $23,904 08-14-1975
Tomi Burtley Employee $17,694 12-04-2013
James J Mullen Employee $16,878 12-31-2016
Ronald L Burge Employee $15,735 06-09-2017
Billy J Moore Employee $15,388 06-12-2017
Jose R Villegas Employee $15,197 10-03-2013
Tracey Sherrod Employee $7,862 05-22-2015
Robert J Smith Employee $7,496 08-14-2017
Kevin A Tyler Employee $6,632 08-17-2017
Marquise D Day Employee $6,145 06-09-2017
Tory J Bridgeforth Employee $5,962 12-31-2016
Cortez M Maxwell Employee $5,446 12-31-2016
Joel H Marcano Employee $4,818 08-17-2017
Ronald Gordon Employee $2,728 07-03-1997
Theophilus A Tilles Employee $2,196 08-17-2017
Joel M Mcqueen Employee $1,437 06-22-2017
Michael A Mears Employee $884 04-01-2016
Rhonda Chapman Employee $737 11-01-2016
Latonya Standford Employee $208 12-07-2017
Eric Kellogg Employee $83 07-19-2007
Raymond W Preusser Jr Employee $52 08-17-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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