Report Of The National Advisory Commission On Law Enforcement
A study of the pay, benefits, and other issues related to the recruitment, retention, and morale of federal law enforcement officers. Includes recommendations to cover the critical issues that must be addressed. Over 50 charts and tables.
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Page 69 - Sunday and holiday work) under sections 5542, 5545(a)-(c), and 5546(a) and (b) of that title may be paid only to the extent that it does not cause an employee's aggregate pay for any pay period to exceed the maximum rate for GS-15 (currently, $50,112.50 per annum or $1,927.40 per biweekly pay period).
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Page 15 - AUO, and a few law enforcement officers do not receive any type of overtime compensation. The same type of activity may receive one treatment in a certain agency and different treatment in another. AUO payments to federal officers cannot exceed 25 percent of their actual grade starting in October 1990. But scheduled overtime is limited to the grade 10 step 1 time-and-a-half calculation.
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Page 13 - Pay disparity diminishes somewhat as experience increases, but is still significant at full performance levels in certain geographic areas In the uniformed officer and correctional officer categories, the full performance salaries of federal officers are lower, on average, than comparable positions in state and local organizations. In the non-uniformed officer category, federal full performance salaries slightly exceed state and local salaries. The probation officer category showed a higher federal...
Page 123 - ... on the compensation of federal law enforcement as compared with state and local law enforcement. The Bureau of Labor Statistics should be instructed and funded to collect these data to provide a mechanism for implementing the recommendations. Differences in Law Enforcement Authority Could Be Studied 13. Congress and the Executive Branch may wish to consider reviewing the issue of differences in grants of law enforcement authorities among agencies in the federal law enforcement community.
Page 4 - August 28, 1990 The Honorable Nicholas F. Brady /Secretary of the Treasury / Department of the Treasury 1500 Pennsylvania Ave., NW ' Washington, DC 20220 Dear Mr. Secretary: \ As the month...
Page 9 - ... Unfortunately, our work and studies by other groups, such as the Law Enforcement Commission and the National Commission on the Public Service, have shown that recruiting and retention problems are occurring and can only get worse if corrective action is not taken. Some examples illustrate these problems: According to federal law enforcement personnel, lack of competitive pay deters qualified people from applying. More than half of all managers and employees the Law Enforcement Commission surveyed...