James Goschey

Summary

James Goschey earned $25,474 in 2017 as a Police Officer for Naperville Park District Police. Goschey had worked in this position since May 01, 2006.

Goschey earned more than 95.35% of employees in Naperville Park District Police.

Other Police Officers at Naperville Park District Police

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michael A Maher Police Officer $17,834 10-18-2002
Arzania Williams Police Officer $15,893 04-29-2014
Daniel Shipanik Ii Police Officer $13,411 05-03-2013
Federico Cadena Police Officer $12,916 02-18-2015
Dylan Voitik Police Officer $12,822 05-14-2016
Patrick Knudtson Police Officer $11,362 05-16-2016
Jacob Hartman Police Officer $10,979 05-13-2011
Kristie Jones Police Officer $10,579 05-01-2006
Jeffery White Police Officer $10,038 05-07-2016
Roxanne Greifenkamp-Ellis Police Officer $10,034 04-17-2009
Gerard Oleskowicz Police Officer $8,875 05-14-2015
Maciej Kuklinski Police Officer $7,762 04-30-2016
Andrew E Armitage Police Officer $7,456 05-07-2001
Christopher Krzos Police Officer $7,398 05-01-2006
James Froehlich Police Officer $6,320 04-12-2017
Ravi Shah Police Officer $5,574 05-03-2012
Marc Molina Police Officer $5,375 05-14-2016
Benjamin Pepich Police Officer $5,287 05-01-2014
Thomas Wronski Police Officer $4,793 05-01-2014
Frederick Malayter Police Officer $4,633 03-23-2013
James Clendening Police Officer $4,622 04-12-2017
Tyler R Benjamin Police Officer $4,396 04-03-2005
Arthur G Pradel Police Officer $1,892 06-19-2001
Scott Armandi Police Officer $856 05-13-2016
Michael Kurinec Police Officer $485 04-27-2012

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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