What areas of Law enforcement can you earn 100K?

I know there a Few PDs in California that pay 80-90K after 5 or so years but it's relay expensive to live there. and do you think there will be a shortage of people in that field as boomers retire that might bring up salary's?

Asked By: shortdude42004 - 5/8/2007
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CHP top step is 70K (after 5 years... More
Answered By: Marcus - 5/9/2007
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NYC Port Authority makes over $100,000 after years in. Some of the sheriff's depts. in northeast New Jersey pay upwards of that much.
Answered By: Driller Killer - 5/8/2007
Don't look for salaries to go up too high in CA. While there is a shortage of qualified officers, the cost of living in the more desirable places (like the S.F. Bay Area) has made it almost impossible to attract qualified recruits who can actually live in the communities they serve... More
Answered By: cdwjava - 5/8/2007
i would say that such a salary in a place where living is cheap either doesn't exist for law enforcement, or it only comes with a huge tenure of many many many years... More
Answered By: petrogralin - 5/8/2007
Go for a judgeship if intending to continue living in California. Better hurry though as that state is as corrupt as DC and you had best speak Spanish as well as English.
Answered By: houstonpackard - 5/8/2007
I get a police type magazine and I see a lot of departments who advertise in the 70k - 90k range both in California and out. You can also look into security, for instance nuclear security officers in California make around 75k a year.
Answered By: r_77_p - 5/8/2007
It could be done in almost any major city, if you like overtime.
Answered By: CGIV76 - 5/8/2007
Nope, many law enforcement officers in parts of the county make 20,000 a year, top pay in many states are 50,000 after many years on the job... More
Answered By: fr_chuck - 5/8/2007
Most cities won't pay too much but the suburbs mostly always pay about $50k-$80/$90k after 5 yrs. of service or more. Check out police dept. websites that you are interested in...they usually give their salaries on the sites.
Answered By: tnu2005 - 5/9/2007
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