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100 5886 Sarge276 45 posts

OK is 20.

 
Svt FordSVT 60 posts

Manitoba is 25 years and out.
Or, the 75 rule. So the youngest age is 50. (50+25=75).
I didn’t know the Canadian Federal system was 80!

 
Northwest hounded police animated avatar 100x100 90714 prznboss 44 posts

20 years in Wyoming.

 
Buckeye flag Mudflap 293 posts

Retirement at age 52 sounds really good, fer sure fer sure. (Rule of 80 till sounds like a long time though.)

 
12517963451487469754us department of justice seal svg hi CHZBURGR 29 posts

rule of 80 is really not that bad. I started with IDOC at age 24 and will retire at 52. Thats not so bad.

 
Male user 125.25 16 posts

Sorry folks, but if i lived in ohio, my moto would be CRIME PAYS, who’s doing the time the cons or the officers? I’m confused

 
Male user cooler king 6 posts

Texas is the 80 rule, they changed it a couple of years ago. Some people are grandfathered on the old rule, but new hires, there age and years must equal 80.

 
Buckeye flag Mudflap 293 posts

Jeez, Idaho’s retirement plan made me shudder. 80 and out sounds like eternity. I agree with ComfortablyNumb about hoping something is left when I get there. And hope some judge doesn’t change the rules AFTER I get there.

 
Male user NorthYardDog 2 posts

NY is 25

 
12517963451487469754us department of justice seal svg hi CHZBURGR 29 posts

Idaho is Rule of 80. Your age and years of service add up to 80 and you get full benefits. For instance I started with my agency at 24 y.o. and can take early retirement at fifty but won’t get full retirement until I am 52. On the down side of that who can afford insurance til their 67 so I guess I will work a few more years.

 
Lion Comfortably ... 154 posts

At this point, I’ll just be happy if there are any funds left in the retirement fund when I get there, whenever it may be.

 
Buckeye flag Mudflap 293 posts

I agree with iceonfire that 30 years is a long time in this profession. Ohio’s eligibility plan, along with everyone else’s, will be different by the time a lot of people get to retirement age.

 
Flag shakey 191 posts

this is Ohio’s present, along with the recommended new one..

Age & Service Eligibility – Add two years to the current plan. **

  • Currently 30 years of service, at any age or age 65 with five years of service for an unreduced
    pension. For a reduced pension, retirement at age 55 with 25 years of service or age 60 with five
    years of service.
  • Recommended plan: 32 years of service, minimum age 55 or age 67 with five years of service for
    an unreduced pension. For a reduced pension, retirement at age 57 with 25 years of service or
    age 62 with five years of service
 
Male user James 2 posts

How about 35 years to full pension, canadian federal system….

 
Male user dlassy 4 posts

yea i live in CT now i did not know if VT or NH had 20 and out

 
Female user csfasano 1 post

CT is 20 and out.

 
Mvc 001s iceonfire 3 posts

Delaware is 30 and out also, 30 years is a long time in this profession.

 
Lion Comfortably ... 154 posts

Ohio is 30 and out. I wish it was 20, or at least 25.

 
Male user dlassy 4 posts

How many states if not all are 20 years and out like the military??

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