THE BOROUGH OF FRANKLIN LAKES
THE NEW JERSEY STATE P.B.A. LOCAL #150
JANUARY 1, 2004 - DECEMBER 31, 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I COVERED PERSONNEL 1
II MANAGEMENT RIGHTS 1
III SALARIES 2
IV COMPENSATION FOR COLLEGE DEGREES 2
V VACATIONS 3
VI HOLIDAYS/PERSONAL DAY 4
VII LEGAL EXPENSES 4
VIII MEDICAL, DENTAL AND LIFE INSURANCE 5
IX CLOTHING ALLOWANCE 6
X SICK LEAVE 7
XI ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION 9
XII MILEAGE ALLOWANCE 10
XIII OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS 10
XIV GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE 10
XV OFF DUTY POLICE ACTION 13
XVI PERSONNEL FILES 13
XVII EFFECTIVE DATE AND COVERAGE 14
XVIII ATTENDANCE AND TRAINING COURSE 14
XIX RECOGNITION CLAUSE 14
XX SAVINGS CLAUSE 15
XXI WORK SCHEDULE 15
WITNESSES AND SIGNATURES 15
APPENDIX A 17
APPENDIX B - CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT LIST 18
SCHEDULE A - WAGES 20
SCHEDULE C - WAGES 23
THE BOROUGH OF FRANKLIN LAKES
THE FRANKLIN LAKES POLICEMEN’S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION,
This Agreement, made this Day of 2004, between the Borough of Franklin Lakes, a municipal corporation of the State of New Jersey, (hereinafter referred to as the Borough), and the Franklin Lakes Policemen’s Benevolent Association, Local #150, New Jersey (hereinafter referred to as the Department), shall be effective from January 1, 2004, through December 31, 2008, except as otherwise provided.
It is agreed and acknowledged, that it is the desire and intent of the Borough and the Department, to cooperate to maintain the mutually satisfactory conditions of employment, and harmonious relations heretofore experienced between the parties, and further, that every effort will be made to maintain this atmosphere. The Borough recognizes and the Department agrees, that the undersigned members of the Department, are the sole and exclusive representatives of covered personnel, as set forth in Article I hereto, and they legally represent and may bind the Department in all aspects of this Agreement.
COVERED PERSONNEL - This Agreement shall apply to all full time Officers and Patrolmen of the Department employed by the Borough, and the exception of the ranks of Chief, Captain, and Lieutenant.
MANAGEMENT RIGHTS - Nothing contained herein, shall be construed to deny or restrict the Borough of any of its rights, responsibilities and authority as provided by the Laws and Constitution of the United States and the State of New Jersey, and as provided by and set forth within the Code of the Borough of Franklin Lakes.
A. The salaries for employees covered by this Agreement shall be as set forth on Schedules A and B annexed. Patrolman shall become eligible for advancement to the
next higher patrolman’s grade at their anniversary date of employment as a police officer
with the Borough of Franklin Lakes. Upon attaining the rank of Patrolman Grade 8, an
officer shall be entitled to the appropriate negotiated salary for that grade, on the first
day of January of each succeeding year.
B. DETECTIVE: Upon assignment to the Detective Bureau/Juvenile Bureau, said
officer(s) base pay shall be increased by 1.5% per year.
C. TRAFFIC SAFETY BUREAU OFFICER - Upon assignment to the Traffic bureau, said officer(s) base pay shall be increased by 1.5% per year.
Note: The increased base pay for Detective assigned to the Detective/Juvenile and Traffic Bureaus reflect compensation for being on call.
COMPENSATION FOR COLLEGE DEGREES
A. Each employee who shall have previously attained, or who shall attain during the calendar year, an Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree in Police Science, from an accredited institution of higher education, shall receive a pro-rata share (as determined by the provisions of paragraph B) of an annual stipend on account of the highest such degree level attained, (which shall be noncumulative) as follows:
ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,360.00
BACHELOR’S DEGREE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,610.00
MASTER’S DEGREE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,110.00
Said stipend shall be in addition to, but not considered a part of, said employee’s base salary, and such, shall not be included in the calculation of any overtime which may be due said employee.
B. The annual stipends provided for in paragraph A, shall be prorated based upon the date on which the degree in question was conferred. The stipend shall be paid in a lump sum amount, on the first payment date of the month of December for other compensation.
C. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs A & B, no college degree compensation shall be due, payable or owed to any newly hired employee, until that employee shall be over his probationary period, at which time college degree compensation shall be paid pro-rata, based upon the date that the officer completes his probationary period.
D. The governing body shall have the sole right to determine whether a course of study leading to an Associate’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree was in a Police Science, and is primarily in the field of Police work, as required as a condition for the entitlement to the stipend set forth in paragraph A, which determination of the governing body shall be final and not subject to the grievance procedure. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the courses set forth in Appendix A, attached hereto shall be deemed acceptable for the purposes of this Agreement.
E. Employees hired after January 1, 1999 shall not be entitled to benefits under this Article.
VACATIONS - Employees shall be entitled to vacations, based on their length or employment with the Borough as follows:
During the first year of employment, but only after
the completion of six (6) months of employment . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 working days
Commencing with the second year
through the sixth year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 working days
Commencing with the seventh year
through the thirteenth year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 working days
Commencing with the fourteenth year
through the eighteenth year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 working days
Commencing with the nineteenth year
through the twentieth year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 working days
Commencing with the twenty-first year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 working days
Commencing with the twenty-second year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 working days
Commencing with the twenty-third year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 working days
Commencing with the twenty-fourth year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 working days
HOLIDAYS - Each employee shall be compensated with thirteen paid holidays per calendar year; said holidays are as follows:
New Year's Day Columbus Day
President's Day Veteran's Day
Good Friday Election Day
Memorial Day Thanksgiving Day
Independence Day Friday after Thanksgiving
Labor Day Christmas Day
Martin Luther King Day
A. In addition to the holidays set forth in paragraph A, all employees shall be entitled to such additional holidays as may be granted to other Borough employees by declaration of the Mayor and Council, and shall include emergency days off when the Municipal Building is not open for normal business due to weather conditions, which are the basis of such declared holidays.
B. If a holiday occurs during an employee's regularly scheduled day off, he shall maintain his entitlement to such paid holiday.
C. In addition to the holidays set forth in paragraph A, all employees shall be entitled to one (1) personal day per calendar year, to be taken at the employee's discretion.
D. Holidays shall be granted and taken at a time which is mutually agreeable to the employee and the Officer in charge of the squad with which the employee is assigned, provided that the operational needs of the Department and the safety of the Borough are not impaired thereby.
LEGAL EXPENSES - In the event that a Police Officer is charged with a violation of the law as a result of acts purportedly committed by him in the course of performing his duties, said officer may retain legal counsel to defend him, and in the event that he is found not guilty, the Borough agrees to pay the reasonable cost of the legal expenses incurred in such defense, subject to the prior approval of the governing body as to the rate of compensation.
MEDICAL, DENTAL AND LIFE INSURANCE
A. All existing medical and hospitalization shall be maintained during the term of this Agreement. Upon the resignation, dismissal or retirement before twenty-five (25) years of service, all life, health and hospitalization insurance provided by the Borough shall terminate with respect to such employee; provided, however, that such insurance may continue in full force and effect after an employee’s retirement before twenty-five (25) years of service, if said employee shall elect to pay the premiums therefore and the same is permitted by law.
B. For employees who retire after twenty-five (25) years of service, the Borough will provide full (100%) medical insurance, including family coverage. Insurance coverage for fully retired (25 years of service) employees, as authorized herein, is secondary to any coverage or benefits available or which may become available from Medicare or any other sources of insurance, governmental or otherwise. Additionally, such coverage as may be provided by the Borough, will be discontinued for any period when insurance coverage is obtained as a result of other employment, but will be reinstated upon the termination of such employment.
C. If, as a direct casual result of injuries suffered in the line of duty, any member of the Department is killed or permanently disabled and is awarded early disability retirement, the Borough shall maintain and continue all medical, life and hospitalization insurance for such member or his spouse, until the death of such member or remarriage of his/her spouse; provided, however, that in the event of early disability retirement, such coverage would be discontinued if the following exists:
(1) such disabled member procures full time employment having similar medical coverage and the waiting or qualifying period of such new coverage has expired; or
(2) such disabled member shall participate in any business venture wherein his earnings equal the amount of salary and wages he received in the last calendar year with the Borough.
Any dependents of said disabled member, under the age of nineteen (19) years, shall also be covered under the Borough’s medical, life and hospitalization insurance plans at the expense of the Borough.
D. Commencing on January 1, 2004, the Borough agrees to fully fund the Dental Plan. The plan will include employees covered under this contract and their family. This plan is to be mutually agreed upon by the Borough and the P.B.A.
E. Should a member covered under this agreement become deceased, the Borough agrees to pay $3,000 (three thousand dollars) to the member’s family.
A. An initial issue of new clothing and serviceable equipment will be provided by the Borough to any new member of the Police Department. Such initial clothing and equipment issues will be in accordance with the items listed on Appendix B, attached hereto.
B. Each Police Officer shall receive an annual clothing allowance. The amount of the clothing allowance is $650.00. Said amount shall be paid in a lump sum amount on the first day in January, provided that a newly hired officer shall not be entitled to such allowance during the same year that he has been provided with an initial issue of clothing and equipment in accordance with paragraph A. above.
C. Each Police Officer shall receive an annual uniform maintenance allowance amount of the uniform allowance is $350.00.
Said amount shall be paid in a lump sum amount on the first day in January, provided, however, that a newly hired Police Officer shall not be entitled to such allowance during the same year that he has been provided with an initial issue of clothing and equipment in accordance with Paragraph A. above.
D. Any Police Officer assigned to investigative or plainclothes duties shall be provided with an appropriate duty handgun.
E. Any weapons issued to a Police Officer shall be returned to the Borough upon termination of the Officer's employment, subject to an accountability system as shall be determined and administered by the Chief of Police.
F. Clothing and equipment, if damaged in the line of duty, shall be replaced by the Borough, subject to the written approval of the Chief of Police, which shall set forth that such damage occurred in the line of duty and the facts in support thereof, together with presentation of proof by the officer, that he has expended the total amount of his annual clothing allowance.
G. The actual cost of repairing or replacing a Police Officer's regular eyeglasses or contact lenses, if lost or damaged in the line of duty, shall be paid by the Borough, subject to the written approval by the Chief of Police, which shall set forth that such damage occurred in the line of duty, and the facts in support thereof, together with the presentation of proof by the officer, as to the cost of replacing or repairing the eyeglasses or contact lenses.
H. The actual cost of repairing or replacing an Officer's watch or ring(s), up to a maximum of $150.00 for each item, if damaged or lost in the line of duty, shall be paid to the officer by the Borough, subject to the written approval of the Chief of Police, which shall set forth that such damage or loss occurred in the line of duty, and the facts in support thereof, together with the presentation of a paid bill for the cost thereof, by the officer.
A. If an officer is involved in an accident, becomes sick or is disabled, they will use all of their sick days. If required, they will then use up to twelve (12) vacation days. If the officer does not have sick or vacation time in the current year, the additional time required will be taken from the next year. If requested of the governing body, the officer may be granted nine (9) months of compensation at full pay in accordance with the applicable salary schedule provided that the examining physician appointed by the Borough shall certify to such injury or illness, and provided further that the term “accident”, as used herein, shall not include any accident or injury resulting from any employment other than employment by the Borough as a Police Officer, or any duty ordered by the Chief of Police. In the event any employee shall receive any temporary disability payments or worker’s compensation, whether from the Borough or any other employer, or disability payments or any amount payable under the Borough’s Sickness and Accident Plan, or any other similar type plan during the period set forth herein, the amount or amounts so received by said employee shall be deducted from any salary payments made by the Borough, or shall be repaid to the Borough if made directly to the employee, as the case may be. Any physician appointed by the Borough to examine a member of the Department shall be paid by the Borough, without cost to the member of the Department.
B. In the event of an accident or prolonged illness wherein any covered personnel shall qualify for the payments provided above, the Borough may continue to pay such employee at the Borough's regular pay periods during such time as Workman's Compensation, disability payment or payments under any Sickness and Accident Plan are being adjusted.
C. In the event of a dispute as to the causal connection between an injury or illness and the work effort, or a disagreement as to the period of disability beyond the period established by the examining physician appointed by the Borough or by it's insurance carrier, then in the event, the burden shall be upon the employed to establish the causal connection or additional period of disability, by obtaining a judgment in the Division of Worker's Compensation, or by the final decision of the last reviewing court, which shall be binding upon the parties.
D. In addition to the holidays set forth in Article VI of this Agreement, all employees shall be entitled to twelve (12) sick days per calendar year. If an employee does not utilize all twelve (12) sick days as allotted per calendar year, running January 1st through December 31st, then the employee shall be entitled to either one-half day off or its equivalent in wage compensation at the officers' normal hourly rate, for every one (1) sick day not used in said calendar year. All unused sick time days or wage compensation accumulated by an employee because of unused sick days, shall be taken during the next calendar year, January 1st through December 31st, or the right to unused sick time days or wage compensation in this manner shall be forfeited and lost, it being the express agreement that unused sick time days or wage compensation accumulated in this manner are non-cumulative. Furthermore, an employee will only be entitled to use unused sick time days or wage compensation in this manner, while serving as a full-time employed member of the Department.
E. In the case of a non-prolonged illness (i.e. less than ten (10) consecutive days) an employee’s entitlement to sick leave shall be determined in accordance with the existing policy of the Borough, which shall remain in effect during the term of this Agreement.
F. Any Police Officer may utilize any, or all allotted sick days, if a member of that officers' immediate family is ill, and requires that the officer remains absent from duty in order to care for that ill member.
A. Overtime shall be paid to any Police Officer when he is required to work in excess of a complete eight (8) or twelve (12) hour tour of duty, or on a regularly scheduled day off, provided that overtime shall not be paid to an officer who voluntarily elects to work on his scheduled time off. Overtime shall be paid at the rate of one and one-half (1 1/2) times the normal hourly rate applicable to the officer working said hours. Compensation for working such overtime or additional duty as set forth in paragraph C of this Article, shall be paid only when given prior approval by the Chief of Police, or, in his absence, the designated officer in charge. The officer approving such overtime shall set forth in writing, the facts and circumstances supporting such decision, and present same to the Mayor and Council prior to or at the same time of the presentation of the voucher pertaining to such payment.
B. Whenever an officer is served a subpoena to testify while off-duty, in any related proceedings, municipal or otherwise, that officer shall be entitled to receive a minimum of three (3) hours overtime pay, at a rate of one and one-half (1 1/2) times the normal hourly rate applicable to the officer working said hours.
C. Employees who had utilized a Sick Day, will not be eligible for any
overtime duty for a twenty-four (24) hour period after the conclusion of the shift for which the employee called in sick..
D. Whenever an officer is called to perform overtime duty on a regularly scheduled tour off, he shall be paid a minimum of three (3) hours duty, provided that such minimum shall not apply to an extension of an officer's tour of duty.
E. Employees covered under this Agreement shall be given preferential consideration for any overtime duty that may arise.
F. When an officer attends mandated police training when off duty, said officer shall be compensated a minimum of three (3) hours at the officer’s straight time hourly rate.
MILEAGE ALLOWANCE - Compensation for the authorized use of personal cars in the performance of official Police Department business shall be paid to an officer at the rate of $0.365 per mile, whenever a Police Department or other Borough vehicle is not made available to the officer. Prior to the use of a personal vehicle, the officer shall obtain the authorization of the Chief of Police, that such transportation is required, and that no Police Department or other Borough vehicle is available for use at the time such transportation is required.
OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS - It is agreed and understood that all existing terms and conditions of employment, and all existing rules and regulations governing the Department and the Police Force, shall continue in full force and effect. Nothing in this Agreement shall be considered to alter or impair in any manner, the exclusive right of the Borough, to administer the Department and control the work of its personnel.
GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE - To provide for the expeditious and mutually satisfactory settlement of a grievance arising with respect to complaints occurring under this Agreement, the following procedure shall be used:
For the purpose of this Agreement, the term "Grievance" means any complaint, difference or dispute between the employer and employee with respect to the interpretation, application or violation of any of the provisions of this Agreement.
The procedures for settlement of grievances shall be as follows:
In the event that any employee covered by this Agreement has a grievance, within five (5) calendar days of the occurrence of the event being grieved, the employee shall discuss it informally with his immediate supervisor. The superior shall decide the grievance within five (5) calendar days after the grievance is first presented to him.
(b) Step Two
If no satisfactory resolution of the grievance is reached at Step One, then within five (5) calendar days of the decision at Step One, the grievance shall be presented in writing to the Chief of Police. The Chief shall render a decision within five (5) calendar days after the grievance was first presented to him. In the absence of the Chief, the grievance shall be presented to the officer in charge of the Department for a determination.
(c) Step Three
If the grievant wishes to appeal the decision of the Chief of Police (or officer in charge if the Chief is absent) it shall be presented in writing to the employer's governing body or its selected representative within five (5) calendar days of the decision at Step Two. This presentation shall include copies of all correspondence relating to the matter in dispute. The employer's governing body, or its delegated representative, may give the grievant an opportunity to be heard, and will give its decision in writing within thirty-five (35) days of the receipt of the written a grievance.
(d) Court Action
If no satisfactory resolution of the grievance is reached at Step Three, then the grievant shall have the right to pursue a grievance in a plenary action before a court of competent jurisdiction. No court action shall be instituted less than thirty (30) days nor more than one hundred eighty (180) days from the date of the expiration of the time for the Mayor and Council to respond.
(e) General Rules
(1) An employee covered under this Agreement may have the right to process his own grievance without a representative.
(2) The time limits expressed herein shall be strictly adhered to. If any grievance has not been initiated within the time limits specified, then the grievance shall be deemed to have been abandoned. If any grievance is not processed to the next succeeding step in the grievance procedure within the time limits prescribed, then the disposition of the grievance at the last preceding step shall be deemed to be conclusive and shall be deemed to be an acceptance of the decision rendered at the level last resorted to and shall constitute a waiver of any further proceedings on the grievance in question. If there is no response to the grievance presented at steps one, two or three, then such a failure to respond shall be deemed a denial at that step. Nothing herein shall prevent the parties from mutually agreeing in writing to extend or contract the time limits provided for processing the grievance at any step of the grievance procedure.
OFF-DUTY POLICE ACTION - Since all Police Officers are presumed to be subject to duty twenty-four (24) hours per day, the parties agree that any action taken by a member of the force on his time off, while in the Borough of Franklin Lakes, or any other municipality, which would have been taken by an officer on active duty if present or available, shall be considered police action and the employee shall have all of the rights and benefits concerning such action as if he were then on active duty, and be subject to the rules and regulations of the Department governing such actions as if he were on active duty.
A. A separate personal history file shall be established and maintained for each employee covered by this Agreement. Personal history files are confidential records and shall be maintained and safeguarded, permanently, in the office of the Chief of Police. All awards, diplomas, certificates and commendations received by an officer shall become the personal property of the officer, and a photostatic copy of the same shall be entered into the officer's personal history file.
B. Any member of the Police Department may, by appointment, review his personal file, but his appointment for review must be made in writing to the Chief of Police, or his designated representative, and state the reason for his review. Any such review of a file shall be made only in the presence of the Chief of Police or his designated representative.
C. Whenever a written complaint concerning an officer or his actions is to be placed in his personal file, a copy of such written complaint shall be made available to him, and he shall be given the opportunity to rebut it if he so desires and he shall be permitted to place said rebuttal in his file.
EFFECTIVE DATE AND COVERAGE - This Agreement shall remain in full force and effect until December 31, 2008, except however, payments for annual increases for salaries as provided herein shall not commence until the approval of the 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 Salary Ordinances of the Borough, but shall be retroactive to January 1st of each year.
ATTENDANCE AT TRAINING COURSE - In the event the Chief of Police shall require any officer or patrolman to attend a specific in-service training course for the development of a skill not otherwise available to the Police Department through any of its members, such officer or patrolman shall receive compensation at a pro-rated hourly rate based upon the appropriate salary schedule or compensatory time off equal to the time spent in attendance at the training course, with a minimum of 3 hours. The method of compensation shall be determined by the Chief of Police. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as to permit payment to any officer or patrolman for attendance at an in-service course which is not specifically required to be taken as required above.
RECOGNITION CLAUSE - The Borough hereby recognizes the designation of PBA Local #150 as the exclusive collective negotiations agent for all officers covered by the terms of this Agreement for so long as it represents a majority of the members of the Police Department.
SAVINGS CLAUSE - It is understood and agreed that if any portion of this Agreement or the application of this Agreement to any person or circumstances shall be invalidated by such statutes or by an interpretation of a court of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of this Agreement or the application of such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not be affected thereby.
WORK SCHEDULE – All officers shall work two thousand forty (2,040) hours per year.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have set their hands and seals, or caused this Agreement to be signed by their duly authorized Officers or representatives on the day and year first above set forth.
BOROUGH OF FRANKLIN LAKES
ATTEST: BOROUGH REPRESENTATIVE:
FRANKLIN LAKES PBA LOCAL #150
BERGEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S. Degree)
WILLIAM PATERSON COLLEGE
Bachelor of Science (B.S. Degree)
Major Public Safety@
Major Urban Education/Urban Studies@
JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Majors Police Science@, Correction Administration@, Security@ B.S. or B.A.
Majors Police Science@, Criminal Justice@, Social Science@
Majors Police Administration@, Criminal Justice@, Social Relations@, Psychology@,
Major Criminal Justice@
B.S. or B.A. Degree
Major Police Science/Criminal Justice@
Major Criminal Justice@
Doctoral Program (PHD)
Major Criminal Justice@
Major Criminal Justice@
B.A. or B.S. Degree
Major Criminal Justice@
Major Social Science/Criminal Justice@
INITIAL CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT LIST
PANTS, dark blue with sewn in gray stripe 3 pair
SHOES, black with rubber composition heels and soles 1 pair
RAINCOAT, black outer, orange inner, reversible 1
HAT, dark blue trooper style with strap 1
DRESS BLOUSE 1
LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS, dark blue 3
SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS, dark blue 3
TIES, gray 2
BOOTS, Hi-Tech Black 1 pair
JACKET, Blauer@ nylon, navy blue 1
HAT COVER, transparent plastic 1
GLOVES, Black Leather 1 pair
JACKET, Leather 1
PANTS, gray khaki type 2 pair
LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS, gray khaki type 2
BELT, black plain garrison with silver buckle 1
TIE, black 1
SOCKS, black 2 pair
CAP, black, baseball type 1
SWEATSUIT TYPE, dark blue, long sleeved 1
HANDCUFF CASE, black, basketweave 1
HANDCUFFS 1 pair
MACE HOLDER, black, basketweave 1
NAMEPLATES, silver with dark blue lettering including rank 2
TIE CLASP, silver with state seal 1
COLLAR INSIGNIA, AFL & PD@, silver one-half inch tall 1 pair
WHISTLE, silver 1
WHISTLE CHAIN, silver 1
SAM BROWN BELT, black basketweave with silver buckle 1
DUTY HOLSTER, black basketweave to fit S&W 5906 1
DUAL MAGAZINE CASE, black basketweave 1
PORTABLE RADIO HOLDER 1
BELT KEEPER STRAPS, black basketweave 4
BATON RING, black basketweave 1
SWEATERS, black, crew or V neck 2
SHIRTS, Turtleneck, black 2
BADGES, Franklin Lakes Police Department 2
HAT BADGE 1
EMPLOYEES HIRED PRIOR TO 1999
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
SERGEANT 18+ $100,203 $104,211 $108,380 $112,444 $116,660
15-17 Years 98,381 102,316 106,409 110,399 114,539
12-14 Years 96,559 100,421 104,438 108,354 112,418
9-11 Years 95,648 99,474 103,453 107,332 111,357
6-8 Years 94,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
4-5 Years 93,827 97,580 101,483 105,289 109,237
Grade 18 95,168 98,975 102,934 106,794 110,799
Grade 17 93,438 97,175 101,062 104,852 108,784
Grade 16 93,438 97,175 101,062 104,852 108,784
Grade 15 93,438 97,175 101,062 104,852 108,784
Grade 14 91,707 95,375 99,191 102,910 106,769
Grade 13 91,707 95,375 99,191 102,910 106,769
Grade 12 91,707 95,375 99,191 102,910 106,769
Grade 11 90,842 94,476 98,255 101,939 105,762
Grade 10 90,842 94,476 98,255 101,939 105,762
Grade 9 90,842 94,476 98,255 101,939 105,762
Grade 8 89,977 93,576 97,319 100,968 104,754
Grade 7 75,624 78,649 81,794 84,862 88,044
PATROLMAN 3: 0 0 0 0 0
Grade 6 64,696 67,284 69,976 72,600 75,322
PATROLMAN 4: 0 0 0 0 0
Grade 5 59,272 61,643 64,108 66,512 69,007
PATROLMAN 5: 0 0 0 0 0
Grade 4 54,467 56,646 58,911 61,121 63,413
PATROLMAN 6: 0 0 0 0 0
Grade 3 48,687 50,634 52,659 54,634 56,683
PATROLMAN 7: 0 0 0 0 0
Grade 2 44,486 46,265 48,116 49,920 51,792
PATROLMAN 8: 0 0 0 0 0
Grade 1 40,270 41,881 43,556 45,189 46,884
Wages for employees hired after 1/1/99
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
SERGEANT:Year 25 $100,203 $104,211 $108,380 $112,444 $116,660
Year 20 98,381 102,316 106,409 110,399 114,539
Year 19 97,470 101,369 105,423 109,377 113,478
Year 18 96,559 100,421 104,438 108,354 112,418
Year 17 96,559 100,421 104,438 108,354 112,418
Year 16 96,559 100,421 104,438 108,354 112,418
Year 15 95,648 99,474 103,453 107,332 111,357
Year 14 94,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
Year 13 94,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
Year 12 94,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
Year 11 93,827 97,580 101,483 105,289 109,237
Year 10 92,916 96,632 100,498 104,266 108,176
Year 9 92,916 96,632 100,498 104,266 108,176
Year 8 92,916 96,632 100,498 104,266 108,176
Year 7 92,916 96,632 100,498 104,266 108,176
Year 6 92,005 95,685 99,512 103,244 107,116
Year 5 91,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
Year 4 91,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
Year 3 91,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
Year 2 91,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
Year 1 91,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
PATROLMAN 1: 0 0 0 0 0
Year 20 93,438 97,175 101,062 104,852 108,784
Year 25 95,168 98,975 102,934 106,794 110,799
Year 19 92,572 96,275 100,126 103,881 107,777
Year 18 91,707 95,375 99,191 102,910 106,769
Year 17 91,707 95,375 99,191 102,910 106,769
Year 16 91,707 95,375 99,191 102,910 106,769
Year 15 90,842 94,476 98,255 101,939 105,762
Year 14 89,977 93,576 97,319 100,968 104,754
Year 13 89,977 93,576 97,319 100,968 104,754
Year 12 89,977 93,576 97,319 100,968 104,754
Year 11 89,111 92,676 96,383 99,997 103,747
Year 10 88,247 91,777 95,448 99,027 102,741
Year 9 88,247 91,777 95,448 99,027 102,741
Year 8 88,247 91,777 95,448 99,027 102,741
Year 7 74,170 77,136 80,222 83,230 86,351
Year 6 62,830 65,343 67,956 70,505 73,149
PATROLMAN 4: 0 0 0 0 0
Year 5 57,545 59,847 62,241 64,575 66,997
PATROLMAN 5: 0 0 0 0 0
Year 4 52,881 54,996 57,196 59,341 61,566
PATROLMAN 6: 0 0 0 0 0
Year 3 48,687 50,634 52,659 54,634 56,683
PATROLMAN 7: 0 0 0 0 0
Year 2 44,486 46,265 48,116 49,920 51,792
PATROLMAN 8: 0 0 0 0 0
(Probationary)Year 1 40,270 41,881 43,556 45,189 46,884
BASIC TRAINING 32,456 33,755 35,105 36,421 37,787
WAGES FOR EMPLOYEES HIRED AFTER 1/1/99
Years of 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Sergeant Year 18 $100,203$104,211$108,380$112,444$116,660
Year 15-17 98,381 102,316 106,409 110,399 114,539
Year 12-14 96,559 100,421 104,438 108,354 112,418
Year 9-11 95,648 99,474 103,453 107,332 111,357
Year 8 94,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
Year 7 94,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
Year 694,738 98,527 102,468 106,311 110,298
Year 593,827 97,580 101,483 105,298 109,237
Year 493,827 97,580 101,483 105,298 109,237
Year 391,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
Year 291,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055
Year 191,094 94,737 98,527 102,222 106,055