What is the starting salary for a secret service officer for 2011?
The United States Secret Service ( USSS ) is a federal lawenforcement agency under the U.S. Department ofHomeland Security . Until 2003, the Service was part of the U.S. Departmentof the Treasury . . The U.S. Secret Service has two distinct areas ofresponsibility: . Financial Crimes, covering… missions such as prevention andinvestigation of counterfeiting of U.S. currency and U.S. treasury securities , andinvestigation of major fraud . . Protection, which entails ensuring the safety of current andformer national leaders and their families, such as the President,past presidents, vice presidents, presidential candidates, visitingheads of state, and foreign embassies. . The Secret Service's initial responsibility was to investigatecounterfeiting of U.S. currency, which was rampant following the U.S. Civil War . The agency thenevolved into the United States' first domestic intelligence and counterintelligence agency. Manyof the agency's missions were later taken over by subsequentagencies such as the FBI , ATF , and IRS . (MORE)
It depends where you want to work. NYPD police officers top pay is around $30,000, but in the NJ suburbs, top pay is around $100,000. If you go into the Midwest or into the south, a police officer isn't maing much above minimum wage. Also factor in the cost of a government pension and benefits into …the mix, and these numbers go up a bit higher. (MORE)
The starting salary is the base amount of money that person startswith in their career. This amount usually goes up every year. Theamount it goes up is called an annual raise. It is figured outnormally through an annual review.
The yearly salary is reputed to be somewhere between $51,734.00 and $107,854.00, depending on years of service (time in title).
The United States Secret Service started shortly after President Lincoln was assassinated in 1865. Surprisingly, the duties of the Secret Service did not, at first, include protecting the president! The job of the Secret Service agent was to fight crimes of counterfeiting (the printing and spending …of phony money). It was not until President William McKinley was shot to death in 1901, that the Secret Service began to protect the President as well. Protection of the President is the duty of the agents assigned to the White House detail. They must be willing to risk their lives to save the President. A Secret Service White House policeman was shot to death while protecting President Harry Truman from gunmen in 1950. In 1981, an agent was seriously wounded while trying to shield President Ronald Reagan from gunfire. The President and his family may sometimes become annoyed by the constant presence of the Secret Service, but they understand how important the agents are in assuring their safety. More than anyone, the President appreciates how dedicated the Secret Service has been in performing its protection duties over the past 100 years. (MORE)
Life protection is no longer given to former presidents. Starting with President Bush, when leaves office in January, he will receive protection for ten years. The law was changed in 2008. . For the rest of his life....
If you go to the follow military website (set-up by the gov.), and put in the O3 grade, which is an officer's grade, you will see that the salary reaches well into the 80k region with only a few yrs. of experience.
I really depends on the state, city and country. Some start out aslow as $9.00 an hour to $60,000 a year (US). Other countries the salary can be as low as 300 - 400$ per month.
In the United States, officers for police officers vary from city to city and also vary from US State to another. I'll consider the term police officer to mean police in uniform. One example of a high paying US State is New York. New York State Troopers can easily earn $100,000 or more per year. Whe…n overtime is added in, well the salaries can get very high. (MORE)
It depends on your country and the speciality of the officer. The speciality could be: . Homicide . Arson . Traffic . Fraud . Child Protection . Local Enforcement . neighbourhood Enforcement . And so on The wage differs by speciality, rank, experience, qualificationsand country. Your bes…t bet is to visit the local police force openevening or recruitment drive for this information. With so manyforces over the world covering so many specialities, this questionis too broad for an accurate answer. (MORE)
Uniformed Division officers are generally hired at the LE-1 grade levels with a starting 2010 starting salary of $52,018.
The median salary of an Army Officer is a little over $100,000. Not even close - an officer does not make 100,000 until after 20+ years in service and attaining the rank of Colonel. A Major of 12 years service makes about $72,000. Granted, that is base pay, but they do get allowances only if there i…s no housing available, so that could increase your pay by 10 grand a year (tax free) and more if you live in a high cost of living area - pay scales are public knowledge and published by the Army. (MORE)
the average seems to be around 250k to 270k with up to 390k heres the most accurate report i've seen so far http://www.cbsalary.com/national-salary-chart.aspx?specialty=Chief+Legal+Officer&cty=&sid=&kw=Legal&jn=jn030&edu=&tid=44436
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Salary for dental office manager… (MORE)
That is the initial pay rate for a person who is not an hourly employee.
Well Medical billing isn't exactly popular among people in theallied healthcare field. And who could blame them? Most people havea natural aversion to numbers. But what not a lot of people don'tknow is that medical billing presents a lot of opportunities tothose who are willing to study it. This is …why a number ofcompanies offer medical billing certification training inconjunction with their basic medical training packages. Medicalbilling and coding is one of the fastest growing careers in themedical records and healthcare information management field,according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. And with salarieshovering around the $32,350 mark, being a medical biller and/orcoder is indeed a good career choice. Medical billers and codersare employed in organizations, such as Hospitals and Physicians' ordoctors' offices. (MORE)
Yes jimmy carter refused secret service protection upon his retirement. Said it was a waste of tax payer money.
Uniformed Division officers are generally hired at the LE-1 grade levels with a 2010 starting salary of $52,018.
The base salary of a police officer in Florida is $25,000. Variouscities and counties may have different pay scales. This salary willgo up the longer someone is with the police force.
The IPS officers pay scales, according to the Sixth Central Pay Commission, is spelled out in the Related Link below.
Which would be more pressure on the Secret Service - protecting a president-elect or protecting him once he is in office?
Tough question. On the one hand, a new subject has not usually had experience working with the Protective Detail, and as such may commit security SNAFU's accidentally. On the other hand, the President Elect's daily routine is less formalized and is undergoing change at the time of the transition, so… that randomness makes the president elect a more difficult target for a planned attack.. Overall I'd guess that, all other factors being equal, protecting a new subject not installed in a secure location would be more difficult, but the answer is clearly situational. (MORE)
The U.S. Secret Service hiring requirements are listed on USAJOBS. Generally one needs a bachelors degree. Experience in security work is generally not required as well as police experience. You DO NOT need someone with "influence" or "pull", that is ridiculous. NO ONE gets "recommended" for a "…spot" in a Federal Law Enforcement Agency. (MORE)
regular officer around $30,000 starting probation not familiar with im Another View: There is no 'blanket' answer to this question. (in the US) It depends completely on the area of the country and the pay scale of the agency for which you work. Salaries for police work vary GREATLY and can run from… the mid to high 20K per year up to close to the mid-30K range, or higher. (MORE)
No, like everyone else the officers of the Secret Service live at their homes or apartments. While on duty they live with the person they are guarding, wherever that person may be (home, traveling, hotel, etc.).
BLS Figures According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the 2010 median payfor medical office assistants averages for $28,860 annually. As faras hourly rates go, medical office assistants can earn $13.87 perhour. Indeed.com, on the other hand, forecasts a higher rate formedical assistants, ran…ging between $36,000 and $45,000. Theserates go higher depending on the job title, seniority level, placeof work and state. Rates are also bound to increase as the job outlook for medicaloffice assistants gets better. As of 2010, there are 527,600medical office assistants employed in the US. The profession isalso expected to grow by 31 percent in this decade, which is deemedby experts as much faster than the average. Factors that Influence Salary Rates The ability to maximize one's salary as a medical office assistantwill depend on cost of living of the state, one's spending habitsand number of dependents. At $28,000 or more though, a medicaloffice assistant would be capable of paying for their bills andsupporting a family of four. Not bad for a starting salary. Singleindividuals, of course, would not have a problem with this runningrate. (MORE)
It depends on the Police Officer's location. Many Officers starting salary in California is between $45,000 and 60,000. It may also depend on a persons education background.
basic: 7500 ta+ da+ hra= 1200 incentive= variable from 600 to 3500 additional funds= upto 700 total= rs. 9450/-
Certainly a question open for debate. Police officers earn a salary on the low to mid-level range of government employees pay scales. Whether that is sufficient to reimburse them for the hours they work and the risks they face (to both their life AND their health) is debatable.
What is the total salary drawn per year by an ies officer that is INDIAN ENGINEERING SERVICE including incentives?
The Indian Engineering Service does not release salary information or information regarding incentives. No information of this type could be found in an extensive search.
Of course it varies around the state, but around 30,000 for a low range and 38,000 for high range
as far as i know,the salary of IAS or any other civil services officer is congruent with those of the high level officers(e.g Research Officers) of the Indian parliament. So the salary of IAS officer with the same rank as that of a Deputy secretary will earn approximately 60,000 Rs. per month. inclu…sive. but it is generally believed that the salary of IFS officers are paid in dollars at international level...... its just a heresay. they'll probably earn as much as an IAS officer does. more citation is needed. (MORE)
So they could protect the president. They are supposed to keep the code names of the president and his family secret. This way, possible assassins are not given additional information.
(in the US) although some agencies MAY have this type of duty assigned to an investigator, there is no such specific title that I am aware of, and their salary range would be the same as any other investigator of equal time, grade, and service.
Don't know but what i do know is that they don't get that much if you are talking about a police.
Uniformed Division officers are generally hired at the LE-1 grade levels with a starting 2009 starting salary of $50,787. Fopr further information see the below link:
To offer legal services, you will need a license to practice law. (Be an attorney.)
Section officer (design, commerical, audit, workshop) are special class railway officer. They have a starting salary of about approx 50,000 Rs/month.
Yes for six months after leaving office and the President would get 10 years clinton is the last to get prtection for life.
Yes they do. They have whit shirts and uniform pants with a stripe down the leg
I do not know the exact amount that a service engineer's salary would start at. However, my dad was an engineer and he started at about ninety thousand dollars, and worked his way up to the six digits.
1865 The Secret Service Division was created on July 5, 1865 in Washington, D.C., to suppress counterfeit currency. Chief William P. Wood was sworn in by Secretary of the Treasury Hugh McCulloch. 1867 Secret Service responsibilities were broadened to include "detecting persons perpetrating frauds ag…ainst the government." This appropriation resulted in investigations into the Ku Klux Klan, non-conforming distillers, smugglers, mail robbers, land frauds, and a number of other infractions against the federal laws. 1870 Secret Service headquarters relocated to New York City. 1874 Secret Service headquarters returned to Washington, D.C. 1875 The first commission book and a new badge were issued to operatives. 1877 Congress passed an Act prohibiting the counterfeiting of any coin, gold or silver bar. 1883 Secret Service was officially acknowledged as a distinct organization within the Treasury Department. 1894 The Secret Service began informal part-time protection of President Cleveland. 1895 Congress passed corrective legislation for the counterfeiting or possession of counterfeit stamps. 1901 Congress informally requested Secret Service Presidential protection following the assassination of President William McKinley. 1902 The Secret Service assumed full-time responsibility for protection of the President. Two operatives were assigned full time to the White House Detail. 1906 Congress passed Sundry Civil Expenses Act for 1907 that provided funds for Presidential protection by the Secret Service. Secret Service operatives began to investigate the western land frauds. The Service's investigations returned millions of acres of land to the government. 1908 Secret Service began protecting the president-elect. Also, President Roosevelt transferred Secret Service agents to the Department of Justice. They formed the nucleus of what is now the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). EXPANSION 1913 Congress authorized permanent protection of the president and the statutory authorization for president-elect protection. 1915 President Wilson directed the Secretary of the Treasury to have the Secret Service investigate espionage in the United States. 1917 Congress authorized permanent protection of the president's immediate family and made "threats" directed toward the president a federal violation. 1922 White House Police Force created on October 1, 1922, at the request of President Harding. 1930 White House Police Force was placed under the supervision of the Secret Service. 1951 Congress enacted legislation that permanently authorized Secret Service protection of the president, his immediate family, the president-elect, and the vice president, if he wishes. (Public Law - 82-79). 1961 Congress authorized protection of former presidents for a reasonable period of time. 1962 Congress expanded coverage to include the vice president (or the next officer to succeed the president) and the vice president-elect. (Public Law 87-829). 1963 Congress passed legislation for protection of Mrs. John F. Kennedy and her minor children for two years. (Public Law 83-195). 1965 Congress authorized protection of former presidents and their spouses during their lifetime and minor children until age 16. 1968 As a result of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination, Congress authorized protection of major presidential and vice presidential candidates and nominees. (Public Law 90-331). Congress also authorized protection of widows of presidents until death, or remarriage, and their children until age 16. 1970 White House Police Force renamed the Executive Protective Service and increased its responsibilities to include the protection of diplomatic missions in the Washington, D.C., area. (Public Law 91-217). 1971 Congress authorized Secret Service protection for visiting heads of a foreign state or government, or other official guests, as directed. 1975 The duties of Executive Protective Service were expanded to include protection of foreign diplomatic missions located throughout the United States and its territories. 1977 The Executive Protective Service was officially renamed the Secret Service Uniformed Division on November 15, 1977. 1984 Congress enacted legislation making the fraudulent use of credit and debit cards a federal violation. The law also authorized the Secret Service to investigate violations relating to credit and debit card fraud, federal-interest computer fraud, and fraudulent identification documents. 1986 Treasury Police Force merged into the Secret Service Uniformed Division on October 5, 1986. A Presidential directive authorized protection of the accompanying spouse of the head of a foreign state or government. 1990 The Secret Service received concurrent jurisdiction with Department of Justice law enforcement personnel to conduct any kind of investigation, civil or criminal, related to federally insured financial institutions. 1994 The passage of the 1994 Crime Bill Public Law 103-322, in part, revised Title 18 USC Section 470, providing that any person manufacturing, trafficking in, or possessing counterfeit U.S. currency abroad may be prosecuted as if the act occurred within the United States. TODAY 1997 Congress passed legislation in 1994 stating that Presidents elected to office after January 1, 1997, will receive Secret Service protection for 10 years after leaving office. Individuals elected to office prior to January 1, 1997, will continue to receive lifetime protection. (Public Law 103-329) 1998 Telemarketing Fraud Prevention Act (Public Law105-184) allowed for criminal forfeiture of fraud proceeds for convictions of 18 USC sections 1028, 1029, 1341, or 1344, or of a conspiracy to commit such an offense, if the offense involved telemarketing. The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act (Public Law 105-318) amends 18 USC section 1028 to establish the offense of "Identity Theft." Penalties were established for anyone who knowingly transfers or uses, without authority, any means of identification of another person, with the intent to commit an unlawful activity that is a violation of the identity theft provisions of section 1028. 2000 Presidential Threat Protection Act (Public Law 106-544) was passed, which in part, authorized the Secret Service to participate in the planning, coordination, and implementation of security operations at special events of national significance ("National Special Security Event"), as determined by the President. 2001 The Patriot Act (Public Law 107-56) increased the Secret Service's role in investigating fraud and related activity in connections with computers. In addition it authorized the Director of the Secret Service to establish nationwide electronic crimes taskforces to assist the law enforcement, private sector and academia in detecting and suppressing computer-based crime; increased the statutory penalties for the manufacturing, possession, dealing and passing of counterfeit U.S. or foreign obligations; and allowed enforcement action to be taken to protect our financial payment systems while combating transnational financial crimes directed by terrorists or other criminals. 2002 The Department of Homeland Security was established with the passage of (Public Law 107-296) which in part, transfered the United States Secret Service from the Department of the Treasury, to the new department effective March 1, 2003. 2004 Barbara Riggs, a veteran agent of the Secret Service, became the first woman in the agency's history to be named Deputy Director. 2006 The network of Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Forces expanded from 15 to 24 nationwide task forces dedicated to fighting high-tech, computer-based crimes through successful public-private partnerships. 2007 Protection began for presidential candidate Illinois Senator Barack Obama in May, the earliest initiation of Secret Service protection for any candidate in history. Presidential candidate New York Senator Hillary Clinton already received protection before she entered the race due to her status as former first lady. 2008 The Secret Service marked five years under the Department of Homeland Security. Since 2003, the Secret Service made nearly 29,000 criminal arrests for counterfeiting, cyber investigations and other financial crimes, 98% of which resulted in convictions, and seized more than $295 million in counterfeit currency. The Secret Service investigated and closed financial crimes cases where actual loss amounted to $3.7 billion and prevented a potential loss of more than $12 billion. (MORE)
Applicants should have either a four-year college degree or a combination of education and criminal investigative experience, be in good physical condition, and have a record that is clear of criminal behavior. Lots of people apply to become Secret Service agents, so the process is very competitive.… If you are interested in becoming an agent, you should study hard and be a good student. (MORE)
It depends on where you are. In some small cities in the U.S. police officers start off at $25,000 per year or less. Some large citites, officers start at $50,000 per year or more.
Not sure how long this question has been up, but the salary for NYPD Axuliliary Police Officer is none. It a volunteer police forece and nothing more, however they do recieve a uniform allownace check at the end of each year. The check is only like $250.00 to $300.00.
Is President Obama trying to change the amount of years he will get secret service protection after he leaves office from 10 years to 20 years?
Actually, the person to benefit from the change is President George W. Bush. Until President Obama changed the rules in early January 2013, former presidents who served after 1997 lost secret service protection after only ten years. Mr. Obama, citing security concerns in our more dangerous world, an…d noting that former presidents regularly represent the United States by doing charitable work or giving speeches throughout the US and overseas, decided that all former presidents deserve lifetime protection. So, President Bush will now have secret service protection indefinitely, as will President Obama once he leaves office. (MORE)
Mr. Obama, and also former President George W. Bush, now have secret service protection for life. The bill to guarantee this protection easily passed congress and Mr. Obama signed it into law in January 2013. Previously, former presidents only received ten years of protection, but in a more dangerou…s world, congress decided it was important to guarantee the safety of former presidents, many of whom (like George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton) continue to represent the United States by doing charitable work all over the world. (MORE)
The Organized Secret Service was started in 1985, and was initially an organization responsible for the protection of American currency against counterfitting attempts. In 1883, the Secret Service was finally officially acknowledged by the U.S Treasury Department. From 1883, the Secret Service would… go on to expand into other areas of government, including being the personal bodyguards for the President of the United States. (MORE)
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