San Diego Police Officers To Get 10% Pay Increase As Chief Says Attrition Remains High

SAN DIEGO — San Diego police officers are getting a pay raise. On June 21, city council approved giving officers a 10% pay increase. 

“A 10% pay raise over the next 13 months within a two year contract is a step in the right direction,” said Sgt. Jared Wilson, San Diego Police Officers Association president.

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