Kansas City's police board has changed its rule on mandatory retirement for officers, Christine Vendel reports. For decades, officers had to retire after 30 years of service. Now, it'll be 32. Not a huge change, but it'll help the department's retirement plan, officials said. There had been talk of pushing the limit to 35 years, or until age 65, but there were concerns that it would limit younger officers' opportunities to get promoted.
Friday, April 29, 2011
KC police can now work two years longer until mandatory retirement
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