Ask the Mayor: Why do Ewing police officers earn six-figure salaries?
Why are the Ewing police among the better paid police officers in the state? [According to a 2010 analysis of police salaries by the Star-Ledger, Ewing Township police officers earned a median salary of $101,000, making them the 87th-highest paid police in the state out of 466 municipal police forces.
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#1 Jun 19, 2011
As a former Ewing Police Officer I know they earn their money. When I started in 1972 we were paid $6240.OO. I now live in Colorado, for the past 30 years. Look at the tax rate there, housing cost and the cost of living. And also look how the area has changed. The increased crime rate. Yes they earn their money and need it to live.
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