The salary of a state trooper is just one small piece of the puzzle of the state’s work force. A good understanding of the job itself, then, is a good first step to becoming a good state trooper. Once you get a handle on the job, you will learn more about your profession on the job and how you interact with other people. This is a very common misconception. The salary of a state trooper is not the salary of the actual trooper.

Most states have a different policy when it comes to salary. I like to think of it as a “job function.” The actual salary of a state trooper is paid by the state, but the actual salary of a state trooper is based on the actual job function. For example, a state trooper might have a higher salary for a career in patrol, but a career in patrol would be paid the same as a career in patrol for a state trooper.

I’m not saying that the salary of a state trooper is directly tied to the amount of state money that they receive. I’m saying that it’s tied to a job function.

So the basic job function of a state trooper is to patrol. In North Carolina its called patrol. North Carolina is a big state and it has a lot of different types of job functions.

That said, there are two types of patrol jobs. There is a police officer and there is a traffic patrol. Both will pay roughly the same and will have their own training and the same benefits. However, there is some disparity between their salaries. Police officers are paid more than traffic patrol officers. For example, a police officer in a blue uniform will make $45,000 more than a traffic patrol officer in a black uniform.

The disparity is due to a salary formula created in the 1980s that awards higher pay to higher ranking police officers, which means that police are paid more. This formula encourages police to work longer hours and to patrol longer routes, so they are paid more. This is why it’s harder for traffic patrol officers to get hired as police.

I know, I know, traffic officers are police officers too, but at least they work for the state. A state trooper never gets to be an officer in their own right. They are an officer of the state (not the state of North Carolina) and they have to be employed by a state agency, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. It is common practice for the state to employ state troopers as officers of the state (and not the state of North Carolina).

The pay is roughly $70,000 annually. That’s a lot of money. I think that is the highest salary that I can remember for traffic officers in North Carolina. I wonder how many of the other officers in the state patrol will be making $70,000 annually.

In a small county like Roanoke, it is common for a small town to have a state trooper as part of its police force. That may be a bit of an exaggeration of the fact that a lot of the state troopers in North Carolina are in charge of traffic. However, it shows that the state police (and the state highway patrol) are not an independent entity from North Carolina, but at least it seems that they are under the state of North Carolina.

That may not be a bad thing. The highway patrol does not have to worry about being under the control of the state of North Carolina. However, it seems that the state police and the state highway patrol have less autonomy and more accountability. For instance, North Carolina has to notify the Highway Patrol of any serious crashes, and the Horseshoe, where I live, has a traffic stop system.