Modifies salaries for certain police officers in Kansas City
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SECOND REGULAR SESSION
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84.510. 1. For the purpose of operation of the police department herein created, the chief of police, with the approval of the board, shall appoint such number of police department employees, including police officers and civilian employees as the chief of police from time to time deems necessary. the several ranks: (1) Lieutenant colonels, not to exceed five in number, at not less than seventy-one thousand nine hundred sixty-nine dollars, nor more than [one hundred thirty-three thousand eight hundred eighty-eight] one hundred forty- six thousand one hundred twenty four dollars per annum each; (2) Majors at not less than sixty-four thousand six hundred seventy-one dollars, nor more than [one hundred twenty-two thousand one hundred fifty-three] one hundred thirty-three thousand three hundred twenty dollars per annum each; (3) Captains at not less than fifty-nine thousand five hundred thirty-nine dollars, nor more than [one hundred eleven thousand four hundred thirty-four]
intended to be omitted in the law. EXPLANATION--Matter enclosed in bold-faced brackets [thus] in this bill is not enacted and is intended to be omitted in the law.
SENATE BILL NO. 973
99TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
INTRODUCED BY SENATORS RIZZO AND CURLS.
Read 2nd time February 1, 2018, and referred to the Committee on Local Government and Elections.Taken up for Perfection April 18, 2018. Bill declared Perfected and Ordered Printed. Read 1st time January 30, 2018, and ordered printed. Read 2nd time February 1, 2018, and referred to the Committee on Local Government and Elections. Reported from the Committee April 5, 2018, with recommendation that the bill do pass. Taken up for Perfection April 18, 2018. Bill declared Perfected and Ordered Printed.
ADRIANE D. CROUSE, Secretary.
To repeal section 84.510, RSMo, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating
to the base annual compensation of certain police officers.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Missouri, as follows:
Section A. Section 84.510, RSMo, is repealed and one new section enacted in lieu thereof, to be known as section 84.510, to read as follows:
SB 973 one hundred twenty-one thousand six hundred eight dollars per annum each; (4) Sergeants at not less than forty-eight thousand six hundred fifty-nine dollars, nor more than [ninety-seven thousand eighty-six] one hundred six thousand five hundred sixty dollars per annum each; (5) Master patrol officers at not less than fifty-six thousand three hundred four dollars, nor more than [eighty-seven thousand seven hundred one] ninety- four thousand three hundred thirty-two dollars per annum each; (6) Master detectives at not less than fifty-six thousand three hundred four dollars, nor more than [eighty-seven thousand seven hundred one] ninety- four thousand three hundred thirty-two dollars per annum each; (7) Detectives, investigators, and police officers at not less than twenty-six thousand six hundred forty-three dollars, nor more than [eighty-two thousand six hundred nineteen] eighty-seven thousand six hundred thirty-six dollars per annum each. 3. The board of police commissioners has the authority by resolution to effect a comprehensive pay schedule program to provide for step increases with separate pay rates within each rank, in the above-specified salary ranges from police officers through chief of police. 4. Officers assigned to wear civilian clothes in the performance of their regular duties may receive an additional one hundred fifty dollars per month clothing allowance. Uniformed officers may receive seventy-five dollars per month uniform maintenance allowance. 5. The chief of police, subject to the approval of the board, shall establish the total regular working hours for all police department employees, and the board has the power, upon recommendation of the chief, to pay additional compensation for all hours of service rendered in excess of the established regular working period, but the rate of overtime compensation shall not exceed one and one-half times the regular hourly rate of pay to which each member shall normally be entitled. No credit shall be given nor deductions made from payments for overtime for the purpose of retirement benefits. 6. The board of police commissioners, by majority affirmative vote, including the mayor, has the authority by resolution to authorize incentive pay in addition to the base compensation as provided for in subsection 2 of this section, to be paid police officers of any rank who they determine are assigned duties which require an extraordinary degree of skill, technical knowledge and
SB 973 ability, or which are highly demanding or unusual. No credit shall be given nor deductions made from these payments for the purpose of retirement benefits. 7. The board of police commissioners may effect programs to provide additional compensation for successful completion of academic work at an accredited college or university. No credit shall be given nor deductions made from these payments for the purpose of retirement benefits. 8. The additional pay increments provided in subsections 6 and 7 of this section shall not be considered a part of the base compensation of police officers of any rank and shall not exceed ten percent of what the officer would otherwise be entitled to pursuant to subsections 2 and 3 of this section. 9. Not more than twenty-five percent of the officers in any rank who are receiving the maximum rate of pay authorized by subsections 2 and 3 of this section may receive the additional pay increments authorized by subsections 6 and 7 of this section at any given time. However, any officer receiving a pay increment provided pursuant to the provisions of subsections 6 and 7 of this section shall not be deprived of such pay increment as a result of the limitations of this subsection.