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Salary and Benefits Information
|4.5% Above base for Intermediate POST (.5% increase July 2018)
9.5% Above base for Advanced POST (.5% increase July 2018)
|2% AA/AS degree
4% BA/BS degree
5% MA/MS degree
|7% Above base for Corporal pay
5% Above base for Motor pay
5% Above base for Detective pay, POP, SET Team
4% Above base for Admin, K-9, FTO, SRO, MET Team, Traffic & Whittwood Officer
|$200 Per month for Spanish language.
|$700 Per year
Lateral/Academy Trained: $5833-$7633 (2.5% increase July 2018)
Police Recruit: $4778-$6098 (2.5% increase July 2018)
Patrol: 3/12.5 hour shifts
6 patrol teams working 3/12.5 hour shifts with one additional 10 hour shift every 28 days (usually on a Thursday). The shifts are as follows:
1. Mon-Wed 6am-6:30pm
2. Mon-Wed 6pm-6:30am
3. Fri-Sun 6am-6:30pm
4. Fri-Sun 6pm-6:30am
5. Thurs-Sat 6am-6:30pm
6. Tue-Sat 2pm-2:30am (Tue/Wed) & 6pm-6:30am (Thurs)
Inside personnel: 4/10 shifts
Investigations, Traffic, Administration and other specialized units.
The Whittier PD Advantage
Summer uniforms, report dictation, X26P Tasers issued to all officers, full time jail staff, all specialized positions are rotational, tactical team, new MDCs, civilian CSO units handle cold reports, college tuition reimbursement, $50k home purchasing assistance program and much more
The City pays a substantial portion of the premiums for medical and dental insurance and provides term life insurance.
10 1/2 days per year.
10 days per year up to a maximum of 24 days per year after 20 years of service plus credit for prior law enforcement service.
96 hours per year plus credit for accrued non-compensated time for prior law enforcement service.
24 hours per year may be charged to accrued sick leave. Flexible Benefit Plan Allows employee payment of insurance premiums, medical and dependent care expenses with Pre-Tax dollars, increasing take-home pay.
Employees hired prior to 1/1/13 and those individuals identified as Classic Members under Public Employment Retirement Law (PERL) will be enrolled in the City’s 3% @ 50 formula for Safety Members (2.5% @ 55 for Miscellaneous Members), and may have a future CalPERS contribution as established by resolutions, labor agreements or Public Employee Retirement Law. New Members under Public Employment Retirement Law (PERL) hired as of 1/1/13 will have the new CalPERS 2.7% @ 57 Safety Plan (2% @ 62 for Miscellaneous Plan), and will have a mandatory CalPERS contribution as established by PERL. There is currently no deduction for Social Security, as the City does not participate in the Social Security program.
Deferred Compensation, Tuition Reimbursement, Employee Wellness and Employee Assistance Programs; Short Term Disability Plan; and Credit Union membership are available.
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