What is the salary of a Police Officer?

The average salary of a Police Officer in United States is $58,720. Salaries start from around $32,670 and go up to $90,700. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$90,700
Starting ($32.7k)
Junior ($41.9k)
Experienced ($56.1k)
Senior ($73.7k)
Highest ($90.7k)
Highest

The top 10% of Police Officers in United States earn:

$90,700
Senior

The top 25% of Police Officers in United States earn:

$73,710
Experienced

The middle 50% of Police Officers in United States earn:

$56,130
Junior

The bottom 25% of Police Officers in United States earn:

$41,910
Starting

The bottom 10% of Police Officers in United States earn:

$32,670

Historical salary

Police Officer salary by state

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State Salary Rank
New Jersey 88,220 1
California 86,040 2
Alaska 73,990 3
New York 70,670 4
Washington 70,640 5
District of Columbia 69,420 6
Illinois 68,570 7
Nevada 68,260 8
Delaware 64,580 9
Connecticut 64,020 10
Colorado 63,370 11
Oregon 62,000 12
Pennsylvania 60,130 13
Arizona 59,100 14
Maryland 58,980 15
United States 58,720 16
Minnesota 58,220 17
Massachusetts 58,000 18
Hawaii 57,470 19
Florida 57,280 20
Rhode Island 54,830 21
Wisconsin 54,140 22
Michigan 53,800 23
Ohio 53,700 24
Texas 53,030 25
Iowa 52,240 26
Nebraska 51,600 27
Wyoming 51,110 28
New Hampshire 51,000 29
Virginia 50,920 30
North Dakota 50,250 31
Idaho 47,210 32
Montana 47,180 33
Indiana 47,120 34
New Mexico 47,100 35
Utah 46,400 36
Kansas 44,060 37
Missouri 43,980 38
Vermont 42,950 39
Maine 42,800 40
South Dakota 42,030 41
Oklahoma 41,980 42
Tennessee 41,600 43
Kentucky 41,440 44
Alabama 41,040 45
North Carolina 40,940 46
Louisiana 38,970 47
Georgia 38,320 48
South Carolina 37,840 49
West Virginia 37,830 50
Arkansas 37,050 51
Mississippi 31,820 52
Puerto Rico 29,960 53

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