Law Enforcement salary in UK
Law Enforcement salary
The average salary for Law Enforcement related jobs is £37,240 per year or £19 per hour. This is around 1.3 times more than the median wage of the country. Entry-level positions start at £26,000 while most experienced workers earn up to £52,000. These results are based on 6 salaries extracted from job descriptions.
Business Analyst/ Consultant (Law enforcement/ Secure Systems)
IQ TECH South |
- 23d ago
£50k - £60k pa + Bonus, car, flex bens ... Fantastic opportunity for a Business Analyst/ Consultant to join a top consultancy and work on exciting government related assignments in central London. The main responsibilities of the role will be...
Sc Cleared Business Analyst Law Enforcement / Policing
- 39d ago
...n exposureto the technology and an... Financial Controller - Superb Role, Central London (to £70,000), McGinnis Loy Associates Ltd, 16 days McGinnis Loy Associates is proud to be working with a hi...
Law Enforcement Officer Civil & Criminal
London Borough of Newham |
Newham, United Kingdom
- 2 months ago
...e streets are made to pay for their actions. Law Enforcement Officer (Civil and Criminal) £30,861 pa - £33,111 pa (weekend and shift allowances apply but are presently under review) As a Law Enforceme...
Law Enforcement Coordinator, Cameroon
- 4 months ago
...outhern Africa, Ex-Mil Recruitment Ltd, 9 days Job TitleTrainer - Southern AfricaSalary/Rate£20,000 - £25,000/annum CommensurateLocationSouthern AfrikaPosted17/11/2016 (09:50)AgencyEx-Mil Recruitment...
Law Enforcement Officer
Plymouth City Council |
- 6 months ago
...driver with access to your own vehicle. Salary for this exciting opportunity is in the region of £11.27ph. The ideal Enforcement Officer will hold the following; Experience of Law Enforcement or th...
Law Enforcement Officer in Plymouth
Pertemps Network |
- 7 months ago
...river with access to your own vehicle. Salary for this exciting opportunity is in the region of £11.27ph. The ideal Enforcement Officer will hold the following; Experience of Law Enforcement or the...