Update: As of November 2013, Natalie Ketcham is no longer Redding’s First Selectman and as of June 2, 2014 and retroactive to 2012, all police salaries have increased. See current police union contract.
Nine of Redding’s highest 10 paid public employees, who are not employed by the schools, work for the Redding Police Department, according to figures provided by Redding’s Town Controller, Steve Gniadek.
Six of the top 10 make over $100,000, and all of them make over $95,000, according to Gniadek.
The following are the names, job titles, salaries for the 2011 calendar year and the amount reimbursed to the town of Redding for outside services performed by police officers to offset those salaries:
|Name||Title||2011 Salary||Amount Reimbursed|
|1||Brian Jones||Police Officer||$126,349||$46,016|
|2||Douglas Fuchs||Police Chief||$116,013||$1,952|
|3||Jason Heibeck||Police Officer||$110,008||$28,865|
|4||Anthony Signore||Police Sergeant||$108,598||$13,172|
|5||Tim Succi||Police Officer||$105,422||$16,553|
|6||Chris Vadas||Police Officer||$101,428||$31,849|
|7||Pete Quinn||Police Sergeant||$99,390||$14,091|
|8||Marc DeLuca||Police Sergeant||$98,661||$14,628|
|9||Jerry Peterson||Police Sergeant||$97,710||$11,171|
|10||Natalie Ketcham||First Selectman||$95,455||—|