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curious, can anyone share some info: has anyone gotten promoted being a top pay detective to Sgt, are you at top pay sgt now or going through the steps?

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skelgel wrote:

curious, can anyone share some info: has anyone gotten promoted being a top pay detective to Sgt, are you at top pay sgt now or going through the steps?


 Top paid detective = top paid SGT

  N0t a top paid detective = step 5 Sgt.



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Lt Carra wrote:
skelgel wrote:

curious, can anyone share some info: has anyone gotten promoted being a top pay detective to Sgt, are you at top pay sgt now or going through the steps?


 Top paid detective = top paid SGT

  N0t a top paid detective = step 5 Sgt.


 thanks for confirming



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NOT top pay detective = Step 5 and from what we are being told we STAY at that step for the next 5 years before going to top pay.



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easiest way to understand it -

a 5+year in rank detective (third grade) goes to top pay
any other detective (third grade) goes to step 5, and you stay there until your promo class/BMOC hits top pay, in which you are then top pay. That means you stay at the same rate for 4 full years. Year 5 you all bump up to top pay.

2nd grade goes straight to top pay
1st grade is an idiot for taking a promo to sgt.

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thanks. easiest way to understand it for sure

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