Denver Sheriff Department deputies will receive raises over the next two years that will push the top of the pay scale to nearly $102,000 annually under the terms of a new labor contract that the City Council approved on Monday.

The raises start with a 3% increase backdated to Jan. 1 under a collective bargaining agreement that the city reached with the Fraternal Order of Police, Denver Sheriff Lodge 27. From there, deputies will receive a 4% raise on July 1, a 2% raise on Jan. 1, 2025, and a 3% on July 1, 2025, according to an outline of the new contract provided by the city.

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