Paul R Anderson

Summary

Paul R Anderson earned $112,452 in 2017 as a Patrolman for Belleville Police Department.

Anderson earned more than 100.00% of employees in Belleville Police Department.

Other Patrolmans at Belleville Police Department

Name Position Salary Start Date
Jason Davis Patrolman $91,337 N/A
Mark E. Eschman Patrolman $88,125 N/A
Jeffrey A Sheary Patrolman $86,158 N/A
Jamie Ray Nowak Patrolman $85,431 N/A
Nicholas N Weilbacher Patrolman $81,645 N/A
Gregory W Giedeman Patrolman $81,488 N/A
Norbert J Normansell Patrolman $80,656 N/A
David C Abernathy Patrolman $80,418 N/A
William A Lovell Patrolman $80,013 N/A
Robert T Wallace Patrolman $78,996 N/A
Charles R Steuer Patrolman $77,772 N/A
Dusty R Kallal Patrolman $77,690 N/A
Christopher Coulter Patrolman $77,565 N/A
Marvin J Henderson Jr Patrolman $76,763 N/A
Sean M Harris Patrolman $76,074 N/A
Michael Borkowsko Patrolman $76,058 N/A
Ronald W Funk Patrolman $74,061 N/A
Timothy J Lay Patrolman $72,258 N/A
Joel M Veres Patrolman $71,678 N/A
Kyle M Wilson Patrolman $71,252 N/A
David J Zotz Patrolman $71,070 N/A
Robert M Rust Patrolman $70,927 N/A
Geoffrey Wells Patrolman $69,746 N/A
Wayne J Keys Patrolman $69,724 N/A
Samuel R Parsons Patrolman $67,934 N/A
Beau Barfield Patrolman $66,548 N/A
Stephen K Snyder Patrolman $64,704 N/A
Aaron T Spargur Patrolman $63,706 N/A
Zachry Wood Patrolman $62,330 N/A
Charles A Smith Iii Patrolman $61,346 N/A
Ryan D Loy Patrolman $55,087 N/A
Hesekiah Webb Ii Patrolman $40,815 N/A
David P. Jordan Patrolman $40,423 N/A
Jesse Fulkerson Patrolman $38,363 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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