Some Capitol Police Officers On Forced Leave After Hitting Pay Cap

Capitol Police officers who have worked substantial overtime, resulting in them hitting an annual pay cap of $212,100, are being put on leave without pay — and the union that represents them is not happy about it.

Department leadership asked for, and received, approval for an approximately $10,000 increase to the pay limit regarding Protective Services Bureau officers, which includes the agents that travel with leadership and work high volumes of overtime.

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