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Police Pension Board

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Meetings

  • Parkway Conference Room - No. 133 at City Hall - 625 Swift Blvd., Richland, WA 99352
  • Third Thursday of every month - 8:15 A.M.

The Police Pension Board's current and past agendas, agenda packets and minutes can be found on the City's Agendas & Minutes page.

Members

 Term Expiration Date

Ryan Lukson, Mayor - Board Chair 

For the term of Mayor 

Sandra Kent, Mayor Pro Tem - Member

For the term of Mayor Pro Tem

Jennifer Rogers, City Clerk - Member; Police Pension Board Secretary

None

Cathleen Koch, Administrative Services Director - Member                    

None
Bob Moore, Police Representative - Member

June 30, 2020

Jerry Thomas, Police Representative - Member

June 30, 2022

Larry Couch, Police Representative - Member June 30, 2021

Responsibilities

Per Chapter 41.26 RCW, the Richland Police Pension Board is a seven member, quasi-judicial board that provides certain active and retired Richland police officers and their beneficiaries with medical reimbursement and other benefits that are required by state law and/or allowable under established Richland Police Pension Board policies. The Board is responsible for policies, disability applications, approval of benefit claims, and general oversight of the Police Pension Fund.

Police officers eligible for these services are those who, as a result of being hired before October 1, 1977, are members of the Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Retirement System (LEOFF) Plan 1, and those who were hired before March 1, 1970, which was the effective date of the Washington Law Enforcement Officers' and Fire Fighters' Retirement System Act.

Contact

Additional Resources

Police Pension Board Policies

Claim Form

How to Submit Claims