2001 Special Rates for Law Enforcement Officers (excluding locality payments)*

Grade

Annual Rates for Steps

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Step 7

Step 8

Step 9

Step 10

GS-3

20,966

21,548

22,130

22,712

23,294

23,876

24,458

25,040

25,622

26,204

GS-4

23,540

24,194

24,848

25,502

26,156

26,810

27,464

28,118

28,772

29,426

GS-5

27,071

27,803

28,535

29,267

29,999

30,731

31,463

32,195

32,927

33,659

GS-6

28,538

29,353

30,168

30,983

31,798

32,613

33,428

34,243

35,058

35,873

GS-7

30,809

31,715

32,621

33,527

34,433

35,339

36,245

37,151

38,057

38,963

GS-8

32,115

33,119

34,123

35,127

36,131

37,135

38,139

39,143

40,147

41,151

GS-9

34,362

35,470

36,578

37,686

38,794

39,902

41,010

42,118

43,226

44,334

GS-10

37,842

39,063

40,284

41,505

42,726

43,947

45,168

46,389

47,610

48,831

*

Incorporating a 2.7% General Increase

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