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CONSTABLES PAY

With effect from 1st September 2015 and 1st September 2016 

RANK

PAY POINT

EFFECT 1ST SEP 15

EFFECT 1 SEP 16

NOTES

Constable

(appointed before

1 April 2013)

On commencing service

£23,964

£24,204

 

 

On completion of initial training

£26,748

£27,015

 

 

2

£28,302

£28,584

a

 

3

£30,030

£30,330

 

 

4

£30,975

£31,284

 

 

5

£31,971

£32,292

 

 

(point removed on 1 April 2015)

(£33,693)

 

 

 

6

£34,779

£35,127

 

 

(point removed on 1 April 2016)

(£36,882)

(£37,251)

 

 

7

£37,626

£38,001

 

 

Constable

(appointed on or

after 1 April 2013)

0

£19,578

£19,773

b,c

 

1

£22,668

£22,896

d

 

2

£23,694

£23,931

e

 

3

£24,729

£24,975

 

 

4

£25,758

£26,016

 

 

5

£27,819

£28,098

 

 

6

£31,971

£32,292

 

 

7

£37,626

£38,001

 

 Notes:

a. All officers move to this salary point on completion of two years’ service as a constable.

b. Entry point for an officer appointed in the rank of constable, however:

(i) The chief officer of police may, after consultation with the local policing body, assign

any officer to pay point 1 on the basis of local recruitment needs or the possession

of a policing qualification or relevant experience other than those specified in subparagraph

(ii) of this note; and

(ii) The chief officer of police shall assign to pay point 1 any officer who:

     1. Possesses a Policing Qualification as defined by the chief officer after

     consultation with the local policing body;

    2. Was, prior to appointment, serving as a special constable who has been

    assessed and has achieved ‘Safe and Lawful’ attainment to National Standards,

    or the equivalent as specified by the chief officer;

    3. Was, prior to appointment, serving as a police community support officer who

    has been signed off as competent to perform independent patrol and who has

    served a minimum of 18 months in the role.

c. The salary paid to an officer at pay point 0 shall be between £19,773 and £22,896 as

determined by the chief officer of police, after consultation with the local policing body,

based on local recruitment needs or the possession of a policing qualification or relevant

experience other than those specified in sub-paragraph (ii) of note (c) above.

d. On completion of initial training, an officer who entered at pay point 0 will move to pay

point 1.

e. All officers will move to pay point 2 after 12 months at pay point 1 and progression will 

continue to be at a rate of one pay point per 12 months of service thereafter.

 

SERGEANTS’ PAY

With effect from 1st September 2015 and 1st September 2016

Sergeant

PAY POINT

With effect from

1 September 2015

With effect from

1 September 2016

 

1

£38,910

£39,300

 

2

£40,218

£40,620

 

3

£41,076

£41,487

 

4

£42,285

£42,708

 

INSPECTORS’ PAY 

With effect from 1st September 2015 and 1st September 2016 

Insp

PAY POINT

With effect from

1 September 2015

With effect from

1 September 2016

 

0

£48,207

£48,690

 

1

£49,566

£50,061

 

2

£50,925

£51,435

 

3

£52,290

£52,812

 

CHIEF INSPECTORS’ PAY 

With effect from 1st September 2015 and 1st September 2016 

Chief Insp

Pay Point

With effect from

1 September 2015

With effect from

1 September 2016

 

1

£53,358

£53,892 f

 

2

£54,432

£54,975

 

3

£55,554

£56,109

 

In post 31 August 1994

£58,575

£59,160

 

 

 

 
 

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