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Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay Gap data for City of London Police Staff only

The Gender Pay Gap Data for Police Staff can be found by clicking the link below which takes you the UK Gov.UK Gender Pay Gap Reporting site for the City of London Corporation. The webpage also has a link to the City of London Corporation website on Gender Pay Gap reporting. Both links can be found below.

Please note: Civilian support staff of the City of London Police are employees of the City of London Corporation. The data relates to all Corporation staff, of which Police staff only make up a proportion.

Gender Pay Gap data for City of London Police Officers only

Statutory part of template (data that must be provided under the Equalities Act)

Pay rates

Gender Pay Gap – the difference between men’s pay and womens men’s pay as a % of men's pay

Mean hourly rate

2.6%

Median hourly rate

0.4%

Pay quartiles                

Women

Men

Total

Proportion of women and men in the upper quartile (paid above the 75 th percentile point)                

19%

81%

100%

Proportion of women and men in the                    upper middle quartile (paid above the median and at or below the 75th percentile point)

23%

77%

100%

Proportion of women and men in                    thelower middle quartile (paid above the 25th percentile point and at or below the median)                

16%

84%

100%

Proportion of women and men in the lower quartile(paid above the 25 th percentile point)                

37%

63%

100%

Bonus pay

Bonus Gender Pay Gap – the difference men’s and women’s bonus as a % of men’s bonus                

Mean bonus

23%

Median bonus

0%

Bonus paid                

                    Women

Men

Who received bonus pay        

                  1%

2%

Police Officers’ pay is determined in accordance with rank, with no reference to gender.  Female and male officers who undertake the same role, have the same length of service and work the same hours receive the same pay.  Their terms and conditions are set nationally by the government based on recommendations from the independent Police Remuneration Review Body (PRRB) and are bound by police regulations. 

 
At the City of London Police, 77% of our officers are male and 23% are female, meaning every 1 in 4 Police Officers is female.  Factors such as sickness, part-time working, maternity pay, paternity pay, over-time payments, length of service and unsocial hour’s payment will impact an individual’s pay. Length of service also influences base pay rates in respect of the position on pay scales.



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