David M Pascua
David M Pascua earned $161,110 in 2017 as a Police Officer for Department Of Police. Pascua had worked for this employer since October 05, 1987.
Pascua earned more than 95.64% of employees in Department Of Police.
Other employees with the title Police Officer at Department Of Police in 2017
|Name||Position||Total Pay||Start Date|
|Timothy A Walter||Police Officer||$236,070||12-07-1987|
|David Eiland||Police Officer||$232,356||08-27-1990|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$231,302||06-19-1991|
|Chris J Haralampopoulos||Police Officer||$220,810||12-02-1991|
|Stanley S Figus||Police Officer||$214,728||12-07-1992|
|Craig H Swistowicz||Police Officer||$207,901||08-05-1996|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$205,160||11-29-2004|
|Raymond P Urbanski||Police Officer||$202,802||05-02-1994|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$202,416||01-02-1991|
|David W Shen||Police Officer||$202,181||09-05-1995|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$201,511||12-07-1987|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$201,475||06-19-1991|
|Debra L Spraggins||Police Officer||$199,915||10-13-1986|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$199,177||02-06-1995|
|Claudio E Salgado||Police Officer||$196,921||04-30-2007|
|Michael M Mitchell||Police Officer||$195,372||07-30-2007|
|Frank E Johnson||Police Officer||$194,408||12-02-1991|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$191,175||05-26-1998|
|Rudolph V Booth||Police Officer||$190,401||12-07-1992|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$190,322||12-14-1998|
|Mark W D Amato||Police Officer||$190,131||03-26-2001|
|Luis A Molina||Police Officer||$190,083||12-13-1993|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$189,614||06-05-1995|
|Phillip M Travis||Police Officer||$188,279||12-07-1992|
|Unnamed Police Officer||Police Officer||$186,954||10-10-2000|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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