FPPA Fire and Police Pension Association Statewide Death & Disability Plan Modifications
Concerning modifications to the statewide death and disability plan administered by the fire and police pension association.
2016 Regular Session
If a member of the fire and police pension association (FPPA) has a temporary disability and returns to work or retires and receives contributions to the member's normal retirement plan for the member's time on temporary disability, the amount of the contribution to the member's normal retirement plan will be an amount that is equal to the employer and employee contribution rate to the member's normal retirement plan at the time of disability, rather than 16% of the member's monthly base salary. The amount of the contribution for the time the member was on temporary disability will not exceed 16% of the member's monthly base salary.
A newly hired FPPA member is required to complete a statewide standard health history form and submit it to the FPPA within 30 days of the newly hired member's first day of employment.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)