The federal government has spent a lot of money on eradicating illegal marijuana in the last year. The eradication efforts even went on in the states that have legalized marijuana for adults. Several lawmakers are asking the government to use … Read More
Is it possible to qualify for LEO pay and NOT LEO Retirement? The answer to the question unfortunately is YES. Because of a number of factors all Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) are not equal. Persons doing the same kind … Read More
Million Dollar LEO Question
We have dedicated our entire segment to a discussion of law enforcement officers (LEO) and LEO retirement. Many questions surrounding the retirement system for LEOs come from LEOs as well as non-LEOs. The topic is … Read More
In our posts highlighting Law Enforcement, we have talked a lot about QUALIFIED Law Enforcement Officers (LEO). What does that mean? Individuals are deemed qualified law enforcement officers (LEOs) as a result of, but not limited to, … Read More
What is LEO Retirement?
When it comes to has ‘earned’ their LEO retirement Federal Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) are at the top of the list. I believe it is more than fair to say that law enforcement is hazardous duty. … Read More
LEO: Cost of Living Adjustments (COLAs)
The federal LEO workforce is well acquainted with COLAs during their work careers. As we present information in a comprehensive-friendly environment, it is our goal in providing that information to assist in paving the … Read More
LEO: Annuity Component Computations
We are continuing our discussion on the annuity computation focused specifically on LEO (Law Enforcement Officers). We never want to present too much information at once as it is our objective to provide as much … Read More
Why Not an Integrated LEO Retirement System?
Why wouldn’t an integrated LEO retirement system exist? The changing dynamics in our nation and around the globe call for not only duty mission changes, but changes in the way human resources standards … Read More
LEO and FERCCA
A Law Enforcement Official (LEO) is defined under title 5 as an employee whose chief responsibilities are to investigate, apprehend, or detain individuals suspected of or convicted of an offense against the criminal laws of the … Read More