Pay Increase Salary Schedules

The following are salary schedules for the Law Enforcement and Public Safety Bargaining Units. These schedules show each classification’s salary grade and base compensation for the indicated pay period. To read these schedules and calculate what your pay level is or will be you should identify your classification (job title and five digit job code) on the schedule, matching the pay grade that is printed on your pay stub to the pay grade for your classification listed in the salary schedule (for verification).

Salary schedules will be posted based on the pay period that any salary changes occur within our bargaining units.

The following designators on your pay stub next to your job title are explained below:

A - Intermediate P.O.S.T. Certificate
B - Advanced P.O.S.T. Certificate
S - Senior Enhancement
OS - (calpers) Offset

The Offset salary schedule was created in 2012 to allow for the 4% offset that was negotiated for employees who were at that time not paying the full 9% CalPERS employee contribution. As of the imposition in October 2017, you may or may not still be on the OS salary schedule, regardless of if you were initially on the OS scale, as employees were shifted to the new scale by the County in an attempt to merge the scales during the Imposition which was unsuccessful.

WARNING! The links below will direct you to salary schedules that have been produced by the RSA. These schedules are for information purposes only and should not be construed to be an exact representation of each classification's salary grade. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the schedules, they have been created with limited information provided by the County's Human Resources Department. It is possible that your pay stub may reflect amounts that are different from those listed. If you encounter a difference between your pay stub and the amounts listed in the following schedules, please contact the RSA office to report the discrepancy. Members may also view the County’s salary schedules through the Human Resources’ Classification and Compensation website.

If you have any difficulty deciphering the salary schedule, give the RSA office a call and let us know. We will be happy to answer any of your questions.

Corrections Unit

OS and non-OS Salary Scales will converge in June 2023. The top of the salary range for each classification will be the highest pay rate, whether it is the OS or non-OS pay rate. Anniversary increases are 4% for the current 2019-2023 MOU

Law Enforcement Unit

OS and non-OS Salary Scales will converge in June 2023. The top of the salary range for each classification will be the highest pay rate, whether it is the OS or non-OS pay rate. Anniversary increases are 4% for the current 2019-2023 MOU

For salary schedules from previous years, please contact the RSA office

Public Safety Unit

For salary schedules from previous years, please contact the RSA office