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Capitol Police: Retirement Benefits, Pay, Duties, and Attrition Compared to Other Federal Police forces
Eileen R. Larence (au); Charles A. Jeszeck (au)
The Wash., D.C. metropolitan area is home to many federal police forces, including the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP), which maintain the safety of federal property, employees, and the public. Officials are concerned that disparities in pay and retirement benefits have caused federal police forces to experience difficulties in recruiting and retaining officers. In 2010, the USCP Labor Comm. proposed six changes to enhance the USCP benefit structure. This report (1) compares USCP to other forces with respect to retirement benefits, minimum entry-level salary, duties, and employment requirements; (2) compares attrition at USCP to other forces, and determines how, if at all, USCP and other forces used human capital flexibilities (e.g., retention bonus); and (3) determines what level of retirement income USCP benefits provide and the costs associated with the proposed benefit enhancements. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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