Cleveland Police Pay Increase Comes With A Move To 12-Hour Shifts

Cleveland police will get pay raises after City Council approved changes to their union contracts Monday night. But there is still work left to be done on the deal.

The top pay of a patrol officer with five years of experience will increase from around $68,000 to more than $84,000 a year. The lowest-paid patrol officers will now make more than $62,600. Police supervisors will also see a bump in pay.

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