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1. Michael G Long Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $24,303

Data year: 2017
2. Jasmine J Martin Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $23,014

Data year: 2017
3. Kimberlee Ann Turner Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $19,539

Data year: 2017
4. Cody T Proctor Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $14,556

Data year: 2017
5. Nicholas Q Beckett Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $12,718

Data year: 2017
6. Kristopher Ray Martinez Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $11,420

Data year: 2017
7. Branden C Fox Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $5,088

Data year: 2017
8. Jerid Tyler Smith Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $5,088

Data year: 2017
9. Kisha L Rangel Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $4,588

Data year: 2017
10. Cody Jt Frahm Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $3,939

Data year: 2017
11. Patricia Lynn Perez Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $3,438

Data year: 2017
12. Hannah B Ritter Person

Position: Corrections Officer at Vermilion County Psb
Salary: $3,426

Data year: 2017

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