Chad E Wamsley


Chad E Wamsley earned $123,459 in 2017 as a Police Sergeant for Police. Wamsley had worked for this employer since March 23, 2001.

Wamsley earned more than 85.99% of employees in Police.

Wamsley earned more than 89.70% of employees across all Police Departments in the Municipal category.

Employment history for Chad E Wamsley

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Police Sergeant $101,838 $21,621 03-23-2001 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Police Sergeant at Police in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Robert S Kosack Police Sergeant $132,847 09-07-2004
Edward E Shumaker Police Sergeant $129,229 09-20-1999
Todd A Keil Police Sergeant $128,112 09-21-1992
Robert A Raycraft Police Sergeant $125,023 03-06-2000
Richard W Beoletto Police Sergeant $122,659 05-12-2004
Jeffrey P Albee Police Sergeant $122,541 03-30-1998
Daniel A Donath Police Sergeant $122,005 03-07-1994
Clayton M Arnold Police Sergeant $121,433 06-17-2002
Bradley R Ficek Police Sergeant $118,061 06-20-1994
William S Jr Wright Police Sergeant $112,712 06-09-2003
Kiel S Nowers Police Sergeant $112,010 04-08-2002
Ivy A Thornton Police Sergeant $108,935 04-08-2002
Aaron A Veerman Police Sergeant $108,722 06-18-2007
Stephen A Sicinski Police Sergeant $19,246 07-20-1998

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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