A group of captains, lieutenants and sergeants have filed suit over the Chattanooga Police Department's job promotions plan.
The Chancery Court lawsuit says officers are able to gain promotions and pay increases in the program, but not the supervisors.
It says the program has, therefore, gotten out of balance with some officers making more than their supervisors.
The suit names the city of Chattanooga, Mayor Ron Littlefield and Chief Bobby Dodd.
It was filed by attorneys Bryan Hoss, Lee Davis and Stevie Phillips.
You can read the complaint here