Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer Salary Information

Police or Sheriff's Patrol Officer salary information, income percentile, mortgage affordability and more.


How much does a police or sheriff's patrol officer earn?

Annual salaries range from £20,664 to £42,276. Below is the full range of pay both before and after tax:

Pre-tax £20,664
(£1,722 p/mth)
(£2,465 p/mth)
(£3,523 p/mth)
Pre-tax Income Percentile 40th 64th 82nd
Post-tax £17,592
(£1,466 p/mth)
(£1,971 p/mth)
(£2,691 p/mth)
Post-tax Income Percentile 34th 57th 76th
Percentage Tax Deduction 15% 20% 24%

Police patrol personnel must complete a training program known as the "Police Academy" before they begin their work. Diplomas are often preferred, but not compulsory. In addition, requirements tend to vary by state or department.

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Below are the range of mortgages typically affordable for a single applicant police or sheriff's patrol officer:

average gross salary£20,667£29,574£42,281
max mortgage£93,002£133,083£190,265
deposit paid£10,334£14,787£21,141
max purchase price£103,336£147,870£211,406
mortgage repayment p.mth (2.5%|25yr)£422£604£863

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