I did. I put together a salary chart that shows basic salaries of all NYPD ranks, going back to the year 2000.
It is based on DCAS information and numbers published by the various Unions regarding the "Re-Openers" and pending contracts. It takes a few minutes to get used to looking at, but after a few minutes you can see how screwed up the salary structure now is in the NYPD. The date the payscale goes in to effect is across the top and bottom. There are splits within ranks to show people hired under different terms than prior hires to the ranks.
Just thought everyone should have a quick reference place for a look.
Longevity is noted, but not included in the numbers. Holiday and Night Shift are not here either.
You can see how "stretching" contracts have created problems with new promotees to certain ranks actually losing money due to the later effective dates of pay raises.
I am not sure how to put a "link" in, but here's the web address to view:
Let me know what you think.