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Federal Law Enforcement Retirement: Information on Enhanced Retirement Benefits for Law Enforcement Personnel
Eileen R. Larence (au)
From FY 2000 through 2008, the number of persons employed by federal agencies who perform various law enforcement functions and receive either special pay or enhanced retirement benefits, in the form of a faster-accruing pension, has increased by 55%. In addition, as of Sept. 2008, approx. 51,000 personnel were employed in law enforcement-related occupations that could seek enhanced retirement benefits in the future. This report reviewed the retirement benefits provided to law enforcement personnel. It addresses (1) the processes used to grant enhanced retirement benefits to federal law enforcement personnel, (2) the rationales and potential costs for extending benefits to additional occupations, and (3) the extent to which federal agencies used human capital tools to retain law enforcement and other related personnel. The report reviewed relevant laws, regulations, and other documentation, such as agency reports describing the processes used to grant enhanced benefits, and interviewed officials from the Office of Personnel Mgt. (OPM), Depts. of Homeland Security (DHS) and Justice (DOJ), and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) because these entities employed approx. 84% of all law enforcement and law enforcement-related personnel in FY 2008. Tables and graphs.
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