It is becoming clear that police officers are very well paid – and policing pays the most if you go for the OPP. The OPP requires that PATI, so you better bet started with your PATI preparation. (You will also need PATI math to keep track of those future wage hikes!) Finally when it comes to understanding the logic of police wage increases, you will need to improve on PATI syllogisms.
The Globe reported that:
“The 6,100 OPP officers received a 5-per-cent wage hike this year in advance of the freeze, and because of a clause in their contract guaranteeing they’ll be the highest paid cops in Ontario, they will get another 8.5 per cent in 2014.“
When you are finished with this article, check out the comments.
It’s hard to believe, but there are taxpayers who object to this.
Check it all out here:
TORONTO— The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, May. 17, 2011 8:30PM EDT
Last updated Wednesday, May. 18, 2011 9:44AM EDT
An 8.5-per-cent pay hike for the Ontario Provincial Police in 2014 is proof the Liberal government’s wage freeze for one million public sector workers is meaningless, the Opposition has charged.
The Liberals have been having a tough time getting arbitrators to freeze public sector wages for two years because they never passed legislation to enforce it. Continue reading