Shaun Kelly


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.

Kelly earned more than 90.78% of employees across all Police Departments in the Municipal category.

Employment history for Shaun Kelly

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Police Officer $101,693 $23,919 08-21-2006 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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)

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