|signed by Governor (Acts, ch. 78)
|AN ACT relating to reemployment of retired police officers.
|Bill Request Number
|D. Carroll, W. Schroder
|Summary of Original Version
|Create a new section of KRS Chapter 95 to define "city" and "police officer"; provide that cities may employ retired police officers provided the officer participated in the Law Enforcement Foundation Program fund or retired as a commissioned state police officer, retired with at least 20 years of service credit with no administrative charges pending, and met the separation of employment requirements so that retirement benefits from Kentucky Retirement Systems were not voided; provide that retired police officers employed by a city shall continue to receive the benefits they were eligible to receive upon retirement, but shall not accrue any additional retirement or health benefits during reemployment; provide that retirement and any health contributions shall not be paid by the city to Kentucky Retirement Systems or the Kentucky Employees Health Plan on a retired officer who is reemployed under the section; provide that individuals employed under the section may be employed for a term not to exceed one year, which may be renewed at the discretion and need of the city; subject cities reemploying retired police officers to the number of retired police officers that may be hired depending on average number of police officers employed over the course of calendar year 2015; amend KRS 61.637 to conform.
|Index Headings of Original Version
Actuarial Analysis - Kentucky Retirement Systems, contributions paid on reemployed officers at cities
Police, City and County - CERS, reemployment of retired police officers by cities
Retirement and Pensions - Kentucky Retirement Systems, contributions paid on reemployed officers at cities
Cities - CERS, reemployment of retired police officers
Last updated: 1/16/2019 3:08 PM (EST)