Even though the Sunshine List is weeks from being released, Toronto Police have revealed that nearly 3,000 employees made over $100,000 last year.
That figure includes cops and civilian employees, such as administrative assistants and parking ticket officers.
Of the 2,983 employees, it includes 860 people who normally make less than $100,000 a year. Their earnings increased from things like overtime, vacation payouts after leaving the job and premium pay given when officers attend court cases.
This doesn't include any money officers make when they take "duty" jobs.
A police constable's base salary in 2013 was between $87,922 to 95,839.
In 2012, 3,181 Toronto Police employees made the list.
As for the Chief, Bill Blair made $334,291, plus $3,360.47 in benefits.
There are around 7,700 workers on the force.