Shaun Kelly earned $125,612 in 2017 as a Police Officer for Police Department. Kelly had worked for this employer since August 21, 2006.
Kelly earned more than 98.55% of employees in Police Department.
Other employees with the title Police Officer at Police Department in 2017
|Name||Position||Total Pay||Start Date|
|Ronald M Brunzie||Police Officer||$122,481||03-15-1994|
|Richard Harang||Police Officer||$117,403||07-12-1999|
|Alan Nesbitt||Police Officer||$116,877||08-21-2006|
|Brian Phelan||Police Officer||$116,698||01-02-2001|
|Thomas Pakula||Police Officer||$112,872||09-01-1994|
|Jason Miller||Police Officer||$112,371||07-02-2001|
|Randal Szmergalski||Police Officer||$112,049||01-02-2001|
|Vincent Vitacco||Police Officer||$110,316||08-05-2002|
|John Arizzi||Police Officer||$109,546||03-13-2006|
|Debora Schenk||Police Officer||$108,876||09-10-2007|
|Ronald Smiles||Police Officer||$107,650||01-03-1995|
|Kevin Brauch||Police Officer||$106,848||06-30-2003|
|Andrew Ganger||Police Officer||$105,382||08-21-2006|
|Martin Hamilton||Police Officer||$105,095||10-15-2007|
|Preston Frye||Police Officer||$102,891||03-23-1998|
|John McDaniel||Police Officer||$102,612||09-10-2007|
|Kenneth Stevenson||Police Officer||$102,309||09-10-2001|
|Patrick Ellanson||Police Officer||$100,692||09-19-2008|
|Christopher Neyhart||Police Officer||$99,921||07-18-2005|
|Dennis Ivanich||Police Officer||$99,902||03-01-1996|
|Adam Schreiner||Police Officer||$99,678||04-20-2006|
|Jeren L Szmergalski||Police Officer||$98,534||07-01-2004|
|Jeffrey Dopke||Police Officer||$91,159||12-27-2010|
|Ross Potter||Police Officer||$87,173||08-08-2011|
|Jacob King||Police Officer||$82,244||04-10-2014|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
Need help or see any problems or errors?
This database is a living document and we want to make it more user-friendly and precise. If you think we are missing a government unit, please let us know.
While we make every reasonable effort to vet the accuracy of compensation included in the database, it is impossible to double-check all numbers in an undertaking of this magnitude. The basic building blocks of this database are reports provided by public agencies and it is possible errors in those initial reports or others made along the way will be reflected in the numbers we publish. That is why we welcome help from the public to identify problems.
If you spot something that isn’t right, or if information is missing for a government unit you care about, please contact our data coordinator.