Administration and responsibility for the Police Pension Plan is vested with the Board of Trustees (“the Board”). The Board has a fiduciary responsibility to the plan and its participants and, as such, must exercise prudent judgment in its oversight and administration of the pension fund. Florida Statutes Chapter 185 requires the Board be comprised of five trustees serving concurrent two-year terms. The Board is made up of two city residents appointed by the City Council, two police officers elected by a majority of the actively employed plan participants and one member chosen by a majority of the other four members and ministerially appointed by the City Council. By majority vote, trustees elect from among themselves a chairman, vice-chairman and secretary.
Three individuals serve the Board in staff positions. Serving the Board is a primary function of their normal position with the city. Included in this group are the city treasurer (executive director), treasury manager (deputy executive director), and the pension coordinator.
Actuarial Information for the Police Pension Fund
Members of the Orlando Police Pension Board
Meeting schedule, agendas and minutes for the Police Pension Fund Board
Learn more about OPD's Pension Board budget for FY 2023-2024.
View retirement options for police.
Documents for the Police Pension Fund including plain information.
Forms for the Police Pension Fund
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