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Sudbury Police Collective Agreement

The number of people working for Greater Sudbury Police earning $100,000 or more rose to 200 in 2017, according to a report verified this week by the police service. „Among the factors that contribute to exceeding the threshold of 100,000 $US are interventions that include overtime, taxes paid, retroactive payment and entitlement to statutory vacation pay,” the report to the police service reads. In the 22 years since the law was passed, the list has grown significantly, especially in recent years. For police, the list had 182 names in 2016, which increased by 18 last year. While a detailed breakdown will only be available when the list is officially published (which must be done annually by March 31), the Sudbury Police has 264 police officers of various ranks and 176 full-time and part-time civilians. The increase from 2016 is largely due to a contractual regime for senior civilian officials involving retroactive remuneration, the report said. There were also several constables who, last year, were just below the $100,000 threshold, exceeding the threshold with increases in their collective agreements. „Most police salaries are just over $100,000, as the first-class constable rate is in the US$6,000 or US$100,000,” the report said. „For most members, it takes very little legal leave, overtime, municipal police allowances and/or paid service allowances to reach the threshold. As a result, most first-class members are now aware of the opening of the public sector. „Most of the low-ranking constables are not at the border, nor are most non-managerial civilian employees,” the report says.

The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act – officially known as the Sun List – was first passed in 1996 by former Prime Minister Mike Harris and is an annual report that lists all people working for provincial and local governments who earn $100,000 or more. The list includes where the employee works and the amount they brought home in wages and related benefits. If you would like to have an agent, Mooseau inspector or GSPS at a community event, please email [email protected] describing the event, date, time and location of the event, as well as what you expect from our staff. You can also contact the Paid Duty Coordinator by phone at 705-675-9171, number 2523. . .

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