James L Foley

Summary

James L Foley earned $163,185 in 2018 as a Sergeant for Police. Foley had worked for this employer since January 03, 1996.

Foley earned more than 91.61% of employees in Police.

Foley earned more than 98.98% of employees across all Police Departments in the Municipal category.

Employment history for James L Foley

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Sergeant $129,564 $33,621 01-03-1996 2018
Police Sergeant $131,363 $28,547 01-03-1996 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$3,275

+ 2.05%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$1,799

-1.37%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

$5,074

+ 17.78%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Sergeant at Police in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Robert W Francois Sergeant $177,375 01-03-1996
Timothy D Heiser Sergeant $171,380 11-01-1996
Jeffrey J Ader Sergeant $165,806 04-01-1987
Jorge L Declet Sergeant $155,917 03-23-1998
Michael T Mazurkiewicz Sergeant $149,827 06-22-1998
John A Calvey III Sergeant $146,335 01-03-1989
Michael A McNece Sergeant $135,872 01-03-1983
Jennifer A Smith Sergeant $131,527 06-23-1997
Andrew J Kolek Sergeant $127,024 03-20-2001
James J Rocuskie Sergeant $118,256 12-26-1994
Patrick Sheehan Sergeant $89,983 03-20-2001

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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