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- Tue Sep 03, 2019 9:32 pm
- Forum: Ask an Officer
- Topic: Retirement Age & Benefit
- Replies: 1
- Views: 123
In order to be eligible for PFRS pension you must be 35 years of age or younger, and yes there is a 30 year retirement for 65%. However, the state offers a 25 year special retirement at 60%. The benefits question is case by case, and depends on what department you work for. A lot of departments did ...
- Tue Sep 03, 2019 9:29 pm
- Forum: Retired Discussion
- Topic: Age Cutoffs for Benefits
- Replies: 1
- Views: 109
To be enrolled into PFRS you have to be 35 or younger. You can purchase your active-duty military time, however just be cautious it could get VERY expensive, sometimes $40,000.00. With the new Tier 3, you have to work 30 years to get 65%, however you can apply for a special retirement at 25 years an...
- Mon Aug 05, 2019 2:24 pm
- Forum: Police Officer Jobs
- Topic: Pennsville Township Police Department
- Replies: 0
- Views: 614
The Pennsville Township Police Department is announcing the opening for a position of a full time police officer. Applications will be available at the Police Station. All completed applications and associated documents must be returned before 3:00 pm FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL ...
You cannot technically retire at 20 years of service anymore. What you would be doing is quitting your job and placing your pension on a "deferred retirement". Per the PFRS guidebook; This type of retirement is available to members who have at least 10 years of service credit and are not yet 55 year...
In order to obtain a SLEO II you must be hired by an agency and they will send you through the academy. Sometimes these academies are extremely accelerated (shore town academies) or they're extremely lengthy (GCPD / CCPA). You cannot pay your own way though a SLEO academy, at least to my knowledge. ...
JOIN OUR TEAM.... The Township of Cherry Hill is currently accepting applications for the position of certified CLASS I and II SPECIAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER. Candidates MUST possess a current New Jersey Training Commission Certification as a Police Officer or a Class I or II Special Officer certif...
Yes this happens all the time. Lets say for example a P/O top pay is $80,000. If you were promoted and you were at top pay you would get lets say 5% over would be $84,000 (New Sgt Pay). However on the flip side, if you're a P/O and you're only at $75,000, w/ a 5% increase you would be at $78,750. Th...