How much does an enforcement officer make?
Enforcement Officers in the US make on average $74,646 annually or $35.89 hourly. There is a huge gap between the top 10 percent earners and the bottom 10 percent earners -- about 101,000. The top 10 percent earn over $140,000, while the bottom 10 percent make less than $39,000 annually. Construction companies and Finance companies have the most job opportunities for Enforcement Officers. The best states for high paying Enforcement Officer jobs are Alaska, District of Columbia, Connecticut, New York, and Minnesota. The typical employment in the position spans 3.7 years.