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How much money does a swat officer get paid


How Much Money Do SWAT Police Earn
Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams are comprised of specially trained police officers who are sent into high-risk situations. In most instances, the wages of SWAT team members are the same as salaries for regular police officers. However, police departments typically pay a monthly or annual pay differential to members of the SWAT team.

SWAT Officers SWAT team officers are skilled marksmen trained to shoot long range targets with pinpoint accuracy. Trained snipers are also tasked with detecting and neutralizing threats posed to political figures at conventions and special events. These professionals often accompany regular patrol officers during confrontations involving organized crime figures or suspected terrorists. Most SWAT police are taught crowd control techniques to be used during riots or civil unrest. SWAT teams usually include negotiators who are tasked with resolving situations.
Base Salary According to a 2011 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, police officers, including SWAT team members, have an average base salary of $56,260 a year. Police officers in New Jersey are the highest paid in the nation with average salaries of $81,970. Among metropolitan areas, the highest wages are paid to police officers in the Los Angeles, Glendale and Long Beach area of California. These officers earn an average annual salary of $85,620.

Police Departments Most police officers work for state and local law enforcement agencies. The budgets and pay structures of police departments vary, as do the payments made to SWAT team members. In Brownsville, Texas, SWAT team members receive a flat annual fee of $650 in addition to their base salaries. In Albuquerque, N.M., SWAT officers receive a $50 monthly payment that amounts to $600 a year in additional pay. In Riverside, Calif., full-time SWAT officers receive an additional payment that is equal to 3 percent of their base salaries.
Additional Pay Members of the SWAT team can potentially generate extra income by taking on additional responsibilities. In Round Rock, Texas and in Albuquerque, negotiators receive an annual payment of $600. Many SWAT team members provide firearms training to other officers, and a police officer in Round Rock can earn an additional $2,400, per year for working as a trainer. SWAT officers can further boost their pay if they are bilingual, are trained to defuse, or agree to work night shifts or special assignments.

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What is the difference between independent and dependent variable


Independent means that it does not depend on, does not rely on, is not affected by anything. A dependent variable is a variable is affected by some other variable. If. the independent variable happens to change its value, the dependent variable must comply and change also according to the rule that connects the two variables.
An example of independent variable is time. It runs its course, not affected by anything else.
Maybe a money example will be more transparent.
Suppose you have a part-time job to support you in your studies. In a part-time job, the number of weekly work hours is not fixed in advance. Some weeks you are relatively free and can work more hours. Other weeks you have exams and can't do as much.

Let us consider the situation: your weekly salary. You understand that your weekly salary will vary in relation to the total number of hours you work during a given week. The more you work, the more you earn. The less you work, the less you earn.
Clearly there is a link between the number of work hours, and the weekly salary. You have two quantities that vary from week to week. They vary: so they are called variables (variable= capable of varying/changing its value).
The two variables are x= number of hours worked in a given week, and y= weekly salary earned in the same given week.
You and only you can decide of your own free will on the number of hours you will work that week. However, once you choose/decide how many hours you will work, your salary is calculated according to a set rule your boss and yourself had agreed to.
Of the two variables in the situation describing you weekly salary, the number x of hours worked is the independent variable. The weekly salary y is the dependent variable: the amount of money you get depends on/ is decided by the number of hours you worked.

Please use a dictionary to see the meaning of the verb to depend on, and the adjectives dependent, independent.

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Need to get rid of my loan.


How bad it is? If you have a good salary to back you on paying the whole debt, then try consolidating your debts. With such a overview on this subject, no one can respond to your situation. Try contacting a financial adviser.

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Create a program that will the salary, no of hours work, the deduction, total deduction and net pay.


The easiest way to do this is to use Excel spreadsheet.
This is what you need to do.
Create a label at the top of each column as detailed.
Add a employee to each row under Name of employee
Then against each employee add the data and the formula in the relevant cell under each column.

The first column - Name of the employee
2nd column - salary rate per hour
3rd column - hours worked
4th column - gross pay (formula = salary rate X hours worked)
5th column - tax deduction
6th column - other deductions
7th column - total deductions (formula = tax deduction + other deduction)
8th column - net pay (formula = gross pay - tax - total deductions)

At the last row you can include a total for Gross salary paid, total Tax collected etc.

Once you have setup this spread sheet make a copy of it and save it as a template.
You can then copy this template for each new financial year so you do not have to create a new one each year, you only need to make minor changes for new employees, rates of pay etc.

Another way to make a salary program is to use Access Database. You need more skills to do this, but it can provide greater reporting capabilities.

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What does f(x) means?


This is a mathematical notation for a function of a variable x.
Let there be two quantities say the number of hours worked per week (x) and the salary you get paid (y).
The number of hours you work is the independant variable. The salary paid is the dependant variable.
For each amount of hours you work, your boss calculates the salary that is owed you at the end of the week. The method your boss uses to calculate your salaray is the function.
Symbolically, this can be represented as
Salary ($)=f(hours vorked) or
y=f(x)

For example: if the hourly rate is 8$/h and you work 35h then what is owed you is
35h*8$/h=280$
If you work more hours you will get more pay and if less hours, less pay
The rule is y=8*x

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Inflation & business maths!


The formula that would have been used to increase his salary each year probably was: Original Salary * (100% + inflation) = New Salary

Rearranging this, we get: Original Salary = New Salary / (100% + inflation)

So...

Last Year: 42000 / 102% = 41176.47 = 41176 (rounded)
2 Years Ago: 41176.47 / 103% = 39977.16 = 39977 (rounded)

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Else if statement on turbo c, # hour worked: bonus: hour<40 & >=45 P500 hour <40 &>=35 P300 hour >20 & <=30 P150 display bonus,salary and...


Hi, First of all please check the conditions but as far as i understand the conditions the program would be like this-
#include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> void main() { int salary,bonus,totalsalary,hours; printf("enter salary"); scanf("%d",&salary); printf("enter hours"); scanf("%d",&hours); if(hours<45 && hours>=40) { bonus=500; } else { if(hours<40 && hours>=35) { bonus=300; } else { if(hours<=30 && hours>20) { bonus=150; } else { bonus=0; } } } totalsalary=salary+bonus; printf("Salary=%d",salary); printf("Bonus=%d",bonus); printf("Total Salary=%d",totalsalary); getch(); }
But the conditiosn given by you are not seems to be correct.Just correct the conditions value if wrong and run the program Thanks! mannu_rakesh

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