Eric W Esser

Summary

Eric W Esser earned $126,213 in 2017 as a Police Sergeant for Peoria Police.

Esser earned more than 77.25% of employees in Peoria Police.

Other Police Sergeants at Peoria Police

Name Position Salary Start Date
James M Chiola Police Sergeant $167,856 N/A
Erin G Barisch Police Sergeant $156,629 N/A
Michael J Patterson Police Sergeant $143,976 N/A
Matthew D Lane Police Sergeant $142,430 N/A
Douglas K Hopwood Police Sergeant $140,878 N/A
Ronald P Hartzell Police Sergeant $140,633 N/A
Justin K Sinks Police Sergeant $138,853 N/A
David L Cook Police Sergeant $136,885 N/A
Jerry L Bainter Police Sergeant $136,186 N/A
Paul V Deeb Police Sergeant $129,236 N/A
Robert L Wagner Police Sergeant $129,178 N/A
John M Briggs Police Sergeant $127,407 N/A
Ryan A Winkle Police Sergeant $127,132 N/A
David T Armstrong Police Sergeant $126,474 N/A
Randall B Schweigert Police Sergeant $124,058 N/A
Jerald W Mckean Police Sergeant $123,400 N/A
Jacob C Faw Police Sergeant $123,367 N/A
Michael S Johnston Police Sergeant $123,052 N/A
Steven M Cover Police Sergeant $122,439 N/A
Norma E Fejes Police Sergeant $120,722 N/A
Cory D Huff Police Sergeant $120,451 N/A
Chad K Oberle Police Sergeant $118,996 N/A
Ruth M Sandoval Police Sergeant $118,839 N/A
Paul R Segroves Police Sergeant $118,021 N/A
Bradford A Venzon Police Sergeant $116,677 N/A
Heath M Armentrout Police Sergeant $113,623 N/A
Bradley W Scott Police Sergeant $112,671 N/A
Robert L Mcmillen Police Sergeant $110,781 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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