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Police officers in South Bend to get raises

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Police officers in South Bend will be getting raises soon.

The city and the police union have agreed to a new deal to give officers an 8-percent raise this year.

That will be followed up by 4-percent increases in pay in each of the two years after that.

The increase over that three year span will be roughly 12-thousand dollars annually.

The city is also planning to hire 30 new police officers.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley October 11, 2022 at 8:06 pm

This sounds big, but realize it is actually going to be a lot less than inflation in Joe Biden’s economy. Sorry, the Democrat economy, these abysmal policies extend far beyond Senile Joe.

Regardless, even after the pay raise, it’s still not worth it to be a cop in the Democrat paradise that is South Bend.

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