Police officer earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Police officer salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $80,623
Alabama $41,473
Arkansas $35,441
Arizona $50,916
California $104,790
Colorado $74,550
Connecticut $71,350
District of Columbia $71,570
Delaware $68,460
Florida $57,320
Georgia $42,070
Hawaii $74,040
Iowa $53,783
Idaho $52,234
Illinois $75,720
Indiana $49,302
Kansas $43,888
Kentucky $41,711
Louisiana $40,480
Massachusetts $69,870
Maryland $67,030
Maine $49,860
Michigan $57,690
Minnesota $70,220
Missouri $48,920
Mississippi $34,530
Montana $55,710
North Carolina $48,420
North Dakota $56,760
Nebraska $58,100
New Hampshire $56,880
New Jersey $83,720
New Mexico $52,070
Nevada $68,460
New York $78,750
Ohio $60,980
Oklahoma $43,070
Oregon $71,670
Pennsylvania $63,274
Puerto Rico $33,010
Rhode Island $60,460
South Carolina $40,770
South Dakota $46,920
Tennessee $44,270
Texas $60,443
Utah $53,890
Virginia $53,570
Vermont $52,380
Washington $78,870
Wisconsin $62,970
West Virginia $43,420
Wyoming $54,290

How do police officer salaries compare to similar careers?

Police officers earn about the same as related careers in Ohio. On average, they make less than fire inspectors but more than executive assistants.

Career Median Salary
Fire inspector salary $60K
Fish and game warden salary $65K
Arbitrator salary $58K
Energy broker salary $51K
Insurance appraiser salary $62K
Police officer salary $61K
Sheriff salary $61K
Insurance sales agent salary $48K
Sign language interpreter salary $53K
Executive assistant salary $56K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)