Starting Salary: Annual $51,480/$24.75 hr
Top Salary: Annual $85,514/$36.90 hr
Police Recruit (Salary During the 24 week academy)
Annual: $47,798/$22.98 hr
PHOENIX POLICE DEPARTMENT HIRING
Police Recruit applicants possessing a bachelor’s degree or
higher from an accredited academic institution are eligible for a $1,227.20
hiring incentive. The incentive will be paid out over the course of the 26-week
Upon graduating the academy, all Police Recruits
are promoted to a sworn Police Officer classification and enter a new pay
Public Safety Personnel Retirement System
Link to Public Safety Retirement Tier Chart HERE
Career Enhancement Pay (Exclusive to the Phoenix Police Department)
C.E.P. is a 4 tiered bonus pay program that is based on an accumulation of points derived from training, skills, experience, and education.
Level 1 (30 points) Per Year $1,903.20
Level 2 (50 points) Per Year $3,806.40
Level 3 (70 points) Per Year $5,709.60
Level 4 (90 points) Per Year $7,612.80
Bilingual Incentive Pay
Officers receive $10/hour in addition to regular hourly pay while engaged in translation activities. This includes all related paperwork, investigation time and court appearances.
Productivity Enhancement Pay
After 7 years of service, employees receive $80.00 for each year of service in excess of 6 years to a maximum of $2,080 per year at 20 years of service based on the qualifying date.
Employees with 20+ years of service receive $125 for each year of service up to a maximum of $4000 per year at 22 years.
Nightshift/Weekend Differential Pay
Officers receive $.60/hour in addition to hourly pay when working a shift which ends after 10:00pm; and $.25/hour in addition to hourly pay when working a weekend shift.
Compensatory Time Bank Option
Officers can continuously store up to 300 hours of overtime in their comp bank and have the option to cash out any hours in their comp bank at any time or may use any hours in their comp bank to take time off.
Paid Court Overtime
Court appearances at a time other than the regular scheduled duty time is compensated at a rate of one and one-half (1 ½) times the officer's regular hourly rate of pay with a minimum 3 hours court time paid for each court appearance.
Court standby at a time other than the regular scheduled duty time pay is compensated at a rate of one and one-half (1 ½) times the officer's regular hourly rate of pay with a minimum 2 hours per day while an officer is on standby.
4/10 Hour Work Schedule
Patrol officers work 4 days a week for 10 hours each shift. Officers are given a 30 minute paid lunch break and a 15 minute paid break, which may be combined to a 45 minute paid lunch break during each shift.
1 to 5 Years of Service - 8 Hours Per Month = 96 Hours Per Year
6 to 10 Years of Service - 10 Hours Per Month = 120 Hours Per Year
11 to 15 Years of Service - 11 Hours Per Month = 132 Hours Per Year
16 to 20 Years of Service - 13 Hours Per Month = 152 Hours Per Year
21 Years or More - 15 Hours Per Month = 180 Hours Per Year
20 hours of personal leave time each year.
11 paid holidays each year. If an officer's duty day is on a holiday, the officer will receive an additional 8 hours of pay for the day if it is worked.