Justin O'Brien


Justin O'Brien earned $115,496 in 2018 as a Patrolman for Police. O'Brien had worked for this employer since February 20, 2006.

O'Brien earned more than 33.85% of employees in Police.

O'Brien earned more than 53.50% of employees across all Police Departments in the Municipal category.

Employment history for Justin O'Brien

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Patrolman $82,975 $32,521 02-20-2006 2018
Patrolman $82,975 $3,087 02-20-2006 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year


+ 34.20%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay


Overall Net Change in Base Salary


+ 953.38%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Patrolman at Police in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Ryan Dobczyk Patrolman $113,336 08-16-2004
Benjamin Miller Patrolman $112,340 04-15-1991
Jason Heiss Patrolman $111,713 11-08-2004
Henry Tough Patrolman $108,860 02-12-2007
Daniel Rogina Patrolman $108,328 03-27-2000
Heidi Outlaw Patrolman $108,172 06-18-2012
Dean Ivan Patrolman $106,743 09-25-2000
Terry Sielken Patrolman $104,919 03-26-2015
John McHale Patrolman $104,912 12-17-2012
Timothy Kaplar Patrolman $103,281 09-08-2009
Renee Maly Patrolman $103,250 03-21-2005
Terry Fenoglio Patrolman $102,303 09-07-2004
Nicholas Calderone Patrolman $95,355 12-17-2012
Patrick Shea Patrolman $93,982 09-19-2016
Brandon Urquidi Patrolman $92,626 09-19-2016
Felipe Flores Patrolman $88,529 01-03-2012
Conor Sweeney Patrolman $77,195 Not reported
Michael Brown Patrolman $72,388 06-20-2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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