§ A8.543

MEMBERS OF THE POLICE DEPARTMENT – JANUARY 8, 1932 TO JULY 1, 1945

Persons who become members of the police department after the eighth day of January, 1932, and prior to July 1, 1945, shall become members of the Retirement System subject only to the following provision in addition to the provisions contained in Sections 3.670, 3.672, 8.500, 8.501, 8.502, 8.510, 8.511, 8.520, and 8.525 and 8.560 of this Charter: No such member of the Retirement System shall be retired, except in case of disability incapacitating him for the performance of his duties, unless he shall have attained the age of 62 years, and completed 25 years of continuous service, except that retirement shall be compulsory at the age of 70 years. It may be provided, however, under such Retirement System, that members may retire after 30 years of continuous service, the benefits of retirement in such cases to be determined, because of retirement at an age below 62, in accordance with the tables recommended by the actuary and approval by said retirement board.

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