§ A8.606-15

FORFEITURE FOR CRIMES INVOLVING MORAL TURPITUDE

Any member convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude committed in connection with his or her duties as an officer or employee of the City and County shall forfeit all rights to any benefits under the Retirement System except refund of his or her accumulated contributions; provided, however, that if such member is qualified for service retirement by reason of service and age under the provisions of Section A8.606-2, he or she shall have the right to elect, without right of revocation and within 90 days after his or her removal from office or employment to receive as his or her sole benefit under the Retirement System an annuity which shall be the actuarial equivalent of his or her accumulated contributions at the time of such removal from office or employment.

Any member after retirement for service or disability or while receiving a vesting allowance, who is convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude in connection with his or her duties as an officer or employee of the City and County shall forfeit all rights to any further benefit from the Retirement System and the Retirement System shall immediately cease all future payments to such member; provided however, that if at the time of the conviction, said member has remaining accumulated contributions, then such member shall have the right to elect, without right of revocation and within 30 days after his or her conviction, to receive as his or her sole benefit under the Retirement System an annuity which shall be the actuarial equivalent of his or her accumulated contributions remaining at the time of the conviction.

History

(Added by Proposition C, Approved 11/8/2011)

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