Joseph G Martin

Summary

Joseph G Martin earned $143 in 2017 as an Auxiliary Officer for Elmwood Park Policeau - Policeau. Martin had worked in this position since January 01, 2017.

Martin earned more than 0.00% of employees in Elmwood Park Policeau - Policeau.

Other Auxiliary Officers at Elmwood Park Policeau - Policeau

Name Position Salary Start Date
Joseph John Shaw Auxiliary Officer $12,674 06-01-2011
James M Gennett Auxiliary Officer $12,077 05-01-2004
David P. Butera Auxiliary Officer $11,321 11-01-2007
Anthony Sciaccotta Auxiliary Officer $7,150 01-01-2001
Gumersindo Rivera Auxiliary Officer $6,576 01-01-2008
Elias J Galvan Auxiliary Officer $5,627 06-27-2017
John L Robinson Auxiliary Officer $4,683 05-21-2014
Angel L. Robles Auxiliary Officer $3,889 01-15-2000
Michael D Exner Auxiliary Officer $3,722 07-06-2017
Joseph Rouse Auxiliary Officer $3,492 08-31-2015
Marcin Owad Auxiliary Officer $3,324 02-03-2006
Krzysztof M Cieplinski Auxiliary Officer $3,137 03-08-2016
Michael P Raymond Auxiliary Officer $2,383 06-27-2017
Christopher Joseph Mincy Auxiliary Officer $2,157 07-01-2014
Anthony Thomas Benigno Auxiliary Officer $1,917 09-05-2011
Adam S. Clare Auxiliary Officer $1,782 04-01-2013
Thomas G Hagerty Auxiliary Officer $1,166 07-01-2017
Edmund A Nowak Auxiliary Officer $751 01-01-2015
Ronald Marasso Auxiliary Officer $527 07-01-2014
Michael C Quaid Auxiliary Officer $413 04-15-2004
Paul G Villanueva Auxiliary Officer $259 09-29-2017
Philip Vincent Lapuma Auxiliary Officer $145 06-15-2006

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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