The contracts with the Metropolitan Alliance of Police and Fraternal Order of Police cover five New Lenox sergeants and 31 officers.
The new, four-year MAP contract includes 2.5 percent pay raises for three years, which increases to 3 percent in the fourth year, Herald-News reports. Starting pay for sergeants will go from $90,949 in 2014, up to $98,420 in 2017.
Under the three-year contract with FOP, patrol officers will see a 2.5 percent raise for three years. Starting pay will increase from $52,855 in 2014, to $55,531 in 2016.
Contracts also include a $20,000 increase to cover funeral expenses for any officers killed in the line of duty. Officers will also receive the same short-term disability coverage as other village employees, receiving up to 70 percent of their pay for up to six months, if they suffered an off-duty injury or illness.