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Police Pension Board
Responsibilities
The City of West Melbourne's Police Officers Retirement Board of Trustees (Police Pension Board) was established in 1981 to administer the plan. The Board's duties include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Determine eligibility and membership
  • Determine amount of retirement allowances
  • Authorize payments from the fund
  • Direct the performance of actuarial studies and valuation
  • Establish uniform rules and procedures
  • Invest and reinvest the assets of the pension system

Composition
The Police Pension Board consists of five members. Two members are residents of the City and are appointed by Council. Two other members are police officers. The Board then appoints the fifth member, which is confirmed by the City Council. Members serve four-year terms.

Board vacancies will be posted in the News Flash section of the City's web site, on this web page, The Sun Newsletter, and within City Hall.  If you are interested in serving on the Police Pension Board, and you meet the foregoing criteria, please complete the Application for Board Vacancy form, attach your resume and submit the form and your resume to Sue Frank, City Clerk, City of West Melbourne, 2240 Minton Road, West Melbourne, Florida 32904.

Questions & Comments

Pension Board Administrator Karan Rounsavall is the contact person for the Police Pension Board and can be reached by email with additional questions.

Meetings

The Police Pension Board meets quarterly, on the first Wednesday of February, May, August and November at 9:00 a.m. in the second floor conference room of West Melbourne City Hall, 2240 Minton Road, West Melbourne, FL 32904-4917.