Royal Marine Police (Pay).

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy. – in the House of Commons on 4th March 1936.

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Photo of Captain Leonard Plugge Captain Leonard Plugge , Rochester Chatham

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty the starting pay of the Royal Marine Police and what maximum they are able to reach?

Photo of Mr Kenneth Lindsay Mr Kenneth Lindsay , Kilmarnock

The starting pay of constables on enlistment in the Royal Marine Police is 5s. 10d. a day. Quarters are provided in addition or, if they are not available, a lodging allowance of 1s. 6d. a day at outports or 2s. a day in London is paid. After two and a half years service constables who have passed the proficiency test receive 6s. 4d. a day —the maximum pay of this rank. Constables are eligible for promotion to sergeant and inspector. The maximum pay of an inspector is 13s. 6d. a day.