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Retirement. Should your state have a retirement program for LEO's no matter what department you served.

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Mirror_in_unifrm_max50

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Posted over 7 years ago

 

No matter what department you served with or how long you served with, should there be a program through your state to have a retirement program for LEO's? State funded or 50/50 with you contributing.
And what is the time of service you should serve? A minimun number of 10 years or more?

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I posted this type of thread a few days ago and there is a few responses in it.

Ltsh1_max50

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Your department does not have a retirement package?

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South Carolina has a Police Officers Retirement System which is highly successful and very solvent that all Officers in SC belong to. It is the source of my disability pension and I am quite happy with it. It is a program that is an example of a highly successful retirement system and one that should be emulated.

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Minnesota Has a state wide retirement system for cops. You get 3% per year of service and can retire at 55 with no penalty.


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