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1. Berwyn Police Department/Supervisors Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $3 million
Number of positions: 22

Data year: 2018
2. Itasca Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $3 million
Number of positions: 24

Data year: 2018
3. Joliet Neighborhood Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $3 million
Number of positions: 23

Data year: 2018
4. Bloomington Police Patrol Sft1 Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 25

Data year: 2018
5. Country Club Hills Patrol Officers Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 24

Data year: 2018
6. Channahon Police Protection Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 25

Data year: 2018
7. North Riverside Police Officers Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 23

Data year: 2018
8. Berwyn Police Department/Detectives Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 18

Data year: 2018
9. Barrington Hills Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 23

Data year: 2018
10. Prospect Heights Public Safety - Sworn officers Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 23

Data year: 2018
11. Richton Park Police-Labor Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 22

Data year: 2018
12. Naperville Police Administration Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 25

Data year: 2018
13. McCook Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 23

Data year: 2018
14. Bloomington Police Patrol Sft 2 Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 21

Data year: 2018
15. Olympia Fields Police-Full Time Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 21

Data year: 2018
16. Sauk Village Police FT Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 22

Data year: 2018
17. Steger Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 25

Data year: 2018
18. Bloomington Police - CID Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 18

Data year: 2018
19. Cary Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 18

Data year: 2018
20. Minooka Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 22

Data year: 2018
21. Des Plaines Police/Criminal Investigation Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 21

Data year: 2018
22. Bloomington Police Patrol Sft 3 Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 18

Data year: 2018
23. LaSalle Police Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 24

Data year: 2018
24. Clarendon Hills Police Department Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 15

Data year: 2018
25. Lansing Police Sgts & Lts Department Police Department

Salary expenditure: $2 million
Number of positions: 14

Data year: 2018

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