James Dean Brown

Summary

James Dean Brown earned $23,933 in 2017 as a School Security Officer for Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins. Brown had worked in this position since October 06, 1997.

Brown earned more than 83.94% of employees in Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins.

Other School Security Officers at Chicago Public Schools City Wide Pension & Liab Ins

Name Position Salary Start Date
Juan Baez School Security Officer $25,201 08-28-2002
Arturo V Andrade School Security Officer $22,204 10-17-2001
Julio E Rodriguez School Security Officer $21,389 03-30-2004
Eugene Slaughter School Security Officer $20,155 03-30-2015
Joann Velazquez School Security Officer $19,994 09-11-2015
Terrance Parker School Security Officer $19,389 02-11-2016
Ingrid S Rivera School Security Officer $13,743 10-17-2013
Luz Ivette Camacho School Security Officer $8,297 10-01-1990
Vianess G. Santiago School Security Officer $4,069 10-14-2014
Kenneth Morris School Security Officer $1,569 12-02-1998
Ricardo Anthony Vargas School Security Officer $1,511 10-23-2005
John B Harrison School Security Officer $1,329 08-27-2008
Francisco Perez School Security Officer $1,301 12-16-2002
Rochon D Merriweather School Security Officer $1,040 02-25-2011
Antonio V Hudson School Security Officer $752 05-28-1991
Lupe Tina Perez School Security Officer $235 05-14-1979
Ranesha Woods School Security Officer $219 09-29-2014
Brian K Jackson School Security Officer $57 12-04-2002
Rose Elizabeth Topel School Security Officer $50 09-03-1997
Jacqueline Ortiz School Security Officer $31 11-01-1996
Susan M Kelly School Security Officer $21 09-02-2007

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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