Bill Text: IL SB3487 | 2017-2018 | 100th General Assembly | Introduced


Bill Title: Amends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police pension funds into a single Downstate Police Pension Fund on January 1, 2020. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible for planning, overseeing, and administering the consolidation. Authorizes the Transition Board to undertake numerous activities necessary for the consolidation, including making arrangements for staff, investments, transfer of assets and liabilities, acquisition of property, establishment of municipality accounts, and adopting rules and procedures. Authorizes the Transition Board to enter into contracts and to obligate and expend the assets of the Fund. Creates a new Board of Trustees for the Fund, and provides for administration of the Fund by the Transition Board until the new Board assumes its duties on January 1, 2021. Provides for investment of the Fund's assets by a custodian chosen by the Board of Trustees. Makes conforming and other changes. Provides that beginning January 1, 2020, the employee contribution for Tier 1 participants is 35% (rather than 9.91%) of a Tier 1 participant's salary. Provides that notwithstanding any other provision of law, a Tier 1 participant may voluntarily make an irrevocable election to instead become a Tier 2 participant with respect to service performed or established on and after the effective date of the election. Defines "Tier 1 participant" and "Tier 2 participant" and makes corresponding changes. Amends the State Mandates Act to require implementation without reimbursement. Makes other changes. Effective immediately, except that certain changes to the Illinois Pension Code take effect January 1, 2020.

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)

Status: (Introduced) 2018-09-30 - Chief Sponsor Changed to Sen. William E. Brady [SB3487 Detail]

Download: Illinois-2017-SB3487-Introduced.html


100TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
State of Illinois
2017 and 2018
SB3487

Introduced 2/16/2018, by Sen. Pamela J. Althoff

SYNOPSIS AS INTRODUCED:
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Amends the Illinois Pension Code. Merges all Article 3 police pension funds into a single Downstate Police Pension Fund on January 1, 2020. Creates a Transition Board, which is responsible for planning, overseeing, and administering the consolidation. Authorizes the Transition Board to undertake numerous activities necessary for the consolidation, including making arrangements for staff, investments, transfer of assets and liabilities, acquisition of property, establishment of municipality accounts, and adopting rules and procedures. Authorizes the Transition Board to enter into contracts and to obligate and expend the assets of the Fund. Creates a new Board of Trustees for the Fund, and provides for administration of the Fund by the Transition Board until the new Board assumes its duties on January 1, 2021. Provides for investment of the Fund's assets by a custodian chosen by the Board of Trustees. Makes conforming and other changes. Provides that beginning January 1, 2020, the employee contribution for Tier 1 participants is 35% (rather than 9.91%) of a Tier 1 participant's salary. Provides that notwithstanding any other provision of law, a Tier 1 participant may voluntarily make an irrevocable election to instead become a Tier 2 participant with respect to service performed or established on and after the effective date of the election. Defines "Tier 1 participant" and "Tier 2 participant" and makes corresponding changes. Amends the State Mandates Act to require implementation without reimbursement. Makes other changes. Effective immediately, except that certain changes to the Illinois Pension Code take effect January 1, 2020.
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FISCAL NOTE ACT MAY APPLY
PENSION IMPACT NOTE ACT MAY APPLY
STATE MANDATES ACT MAY REQUIRE REIMBURSEMENT

A BILL FOR

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1 AN ACT concerning public employee benefits.
2 Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois,
3represented in the General Assembly:
4 Section 5. The Illinois Pension Code is amended by changing
5Section 3-101, 3-111, 3-111.1, and 3-112 and by adding Sections
63-101.1, 3-101.2, 3-108.2a, 3-109.5, and 7-199.5 as follows:
7 (40 ILCS 5/3-101) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-101)
8 Sec. 3-101. Creation of Fund fund.
9 (a) Until January 1, 2020, in In each municipality, as
10defined in Section 3-103, the city council or the board of
11trustees, as the case may be, shall establish and administer a
12police pension fund, as prescribed in this Article, for the
13benefit of its police officers and of their surviving spouses,
14children, and certain other dependents. The duty of the
15corporate authorities of a municipality to establish and
16administer a police pension fund shall be suspended during any
17period during which the fund is dissolved under Section 3-144.6
18of this Code.
19 (b) On January 1, 2020, all of the individual police
20pension funds then existing under this Article are merged and
21consolidated into a single pension fund, to be known as the
22Downstate Police Pension Fund, which shall be established and
23administered as prescribed in this Article.

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1 (c) Beginning January 1, 2020, each municipality, as
2defined in Section 3-103, shall participate in the Downstate
3Police Pension Fund for the benefit of its police officers and
4of their surviving spouses, children, and certain other
5dependents.
6 (d) It is the purpose of this consolidation to provide the
7advantages of (i) centralized custody and investment of pension
8fund assets, (ii) consistent interpretation and application of
9this Article in accordance with a single set of rules and
10procedures adopted by the consolidated pension fund, and (iii)
11securing the future funding of pension benefits through an
12independent determination of each municipality's required
13annual contribution rate.
14(Source: P.A. 97-99, eff. 1-1-12.)
15 (40 ILCS 5/3-101.1 new)
16 Sec. 3-101.1. Transition Board.
17 (a) There is hereby created a Downstate Police Pension Fund
18Transition Board, which may be referred to as the "Transition
19Board". The Transition Board shall consist of 11 members as
20follows:
21 (1) The Director of the Illinois Department of
22 Insurance, or his or her designee.
23 (2) Two persons with experience in managing or
24 administering an Illinois public employee pension fund or
25 retirement system, appointed by the Governor.

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1 (3) One person with experience in providing actuarial
2 services to an Illinois public employee pension fund or
3 retirement system, appointed by the Governor.
4 (4) One person with experience in auditing Illinois
5 public employee pension funds or retirement systems,
6 appointed by the Auditor General.
7 (5) Two members of the labor organization representing
8 the largest number of police officers participating in
9 Article 3 pension funds, with one member being an active
10 participant and the other being a retired participant,
11 appointed by the Governor from recommendations of the
12 President of that organization.
13 (6) Two persons who are mayors or chief elected
14 officers of municipalities that maintain an Article 3
15 pension fund, appointed by the Governor from
16 recommendations of the Executive Director of the
17 organization representing the largest number of
18 municipalities in the State.
19 (7) One person familiar with the operation and
20 administration of the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund,
21 appointed by the Executive Director of that Fund.
22 (8) One person familiar with the investment authority
23 and practices of the Illinois State Board of Investment,
24 appointed by the Executive Director of the Illinois State
25 Board of Investment.
26 All such appointments and designations shall be made by

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1filing a written notice thereof with the Secretary of State no
2later than 30 days after the effective date of this amendatory
3Act of the 100th General Assembly.
4 (b) The Transition Board shall be responsible for planning,
5overseeing, and administering the consolidation and merger of
6all existing Article 3 pension funds into a single Downstate
7Police Pension Fund.
8 Members of the Transition Board shall act at all times in a
9manner appropriate for fiduciaries of the Fund and fiduciaries
10of the pension funds being consolidated.
11 The Transition Board's powers and duties include, but are
12not limited to, the following:
13 (1) Providing for the establishment of offices,
14 infrastructure, and personnel necessary for the operation
15 of the Downstate Police Pension Fund.
16 (2) Providing for the preservation and consolidation
17 of membership, beneficiary, financial, and other records
18 relating to the Article 3 pension funds to be merged.
19 (3) Obtaining all necessary Internal Revenue Service
20 and any other necessary approval or review.
21 (4) Providing for the final auditing of existing
22 Article 3 pension funds, including a final accounting of
23 their respective assets and liabilities, paid for by the
24 applicable pension fund.
25 (5) Providing for the custody and transfer of the
26 assets and liabilities of the existing Article 3 pension

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1 funds to the Downstate Police Pension Fund, on a schedule
2 to be determined by the Transition Board.
3 (6) Providing for the long-term investment of the
4 assets of the Downstate Police Pension Fund that are not
5 required for the short-term payment of benefits.
6 (7) Providing an appropriate system of accounting for
7 the assets and liabilities attributable to the existing
8 Article 3 pension funds and establishing separate reserves
9 and accounts for each municipality participating in the
10 Downstate Police Pension Fund in accordance with this
11 Article. In so doing, the Transition Board shall be guided
12 by the methods and experience of the Illinois Municipal
13 Retirement Fund.
14 (8) Providing an appropriate system of determining,
15 administering, receiving, and enforcing the required
16 municipal contributions to the Fund. In so doing, the
17 Transition Board shall be guided by the methods and
18 experience of the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund. The
19 municipal contribution rate shall be determined separately
20 for each municipality on an annual basis in accordance with
21 the requirements of this Article, based on the
22 municipality's separate reserves and accounts within the
23 Fund. The Transition Board shall endeavor to determine the
24 required municipal contributions to the Fund and to notify
25 and provide reasonable guidance to municipalities in a
26 manner that ensures uninterrupted contributions during the

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1 transition period.
2 (9) Ensuring the uninterrupted payment and
3 administration of benefits.
4 (10) Adopting any rules or procedures necessary for the
5 efficient consolidation of the existing Article 3 pension
6 funds and the efficient operation and administration of the
7 Downstate Police Pension Fund.
8 (11) Considering the consequences of the consolidation
9 on any QILDROs filed with the pension funds being
10 consolidated and giving appropriate notice and advice to
11 persons who may be affected by those QILDROs concerning the
12 possible effects of consolidation.
13 (12) Administering the Downstate Police Pension Fund
14 and exercising and performing all of the powers and duties
15 of its Board of Trustees from the time of the Fund's
16 inception until the Board of Trustees under subsection (d)
17 of Section 3-128 has been elected and assumes its duties.
18 (13) Making recommendations to the Governor and the
19 General Assembly with respect to legislation necessary or
20 useful for the implementation of this consolidation or for
21 the successful operation of the Downstate Police Pension
22 Fund.
23 (c) The Public Pension Division of the Department of
24Insurance shall provide all reasonably necessary and available
25temporary office space, technical and clerical support, and
26monetary or other assistance at the request of the Transition

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1Board.
2 For the purpose of implementing the consolidation, the
3Transition Board may direct the Public Pension Division to
4accelerate, expand, or enhance its examination under Section
51A-104 of all or specific Article 3 pension funds, or to
6conduct a particular study or investigation thereof. The
7expenses of such examinations and investigations, to the extent
8not paid by the Division, shall be charged to the applicable
9pension fund.
10 (d) The Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund is authorized to
11provide any reasonable managerial, professional, clerical, and
12other assistance to the Transition Board that is consistent
13with its fiduciary and other obligations.
14 The Transition Board is authorized to enter into reasonable
15contracts or other agreements with the Illinois Municipal
16Retirement Fund, without public bidding or procurement
17procedures but not exceeding 3 years in duration, to provide
18administrative, investment, professional, technical, or other
19services or facilities for the Downstate Police Pension Fund.
20 (e) In preparation for the inception of the Downstate
21Police Pension Fund on January 1, 2020 and during the period of
22its administration of that Fund, the Transition Board is
23authorized to expend or obligate the assets of the Fund for any
24of the reasonable expenses of the Fund, including the payment
25of benefits and reasonable administrative expenses. As used in
26this Section, "reasonable administrative expenses" includes,

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1but is not limited to, the cost of hiring personnel and
2obtaining professional services, the cost of leases or
3purchases of property or services for the Fund, the cost of
4insurance, and the cost of indemnifying members of the
5Transition Board and its employees, advisors, and agents.
6 (f) In preparation for the inception of the Downstate
7Police Pension Fund on January 1, 2020, the Transition Board is
8specifically authorized to retain for the Fund, during the
9period before its inception, an executive director and an
10actuary with the powers and duties described in Sections 3-141c
11and 3-141d.
12 (g) Members of the Transition Board, other than State
13officials and employees, may be compensated for their service,
14and all members may be reimbursed for their reasonable expenses
15out of any moneys available for that purpose.
16 (h) Sixty days after the Board of Trustees under subsection
17(d) of Section 3-128 assumes its duties, the Transition Board
18is abolished.
19 (40 ILCS 5/3-101.2 new)
20 Sec. 3-101.2. Consolidation of pension funds.
21 (a) On January 1, 2020, all of the individual police
22pension funds then established under this Article are merged
23and consolidated into a single pension fund, to be known as the
24Downstate Police Pension Fund, which shall be established and
25administered as prescribed in this Article.

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1 In preparation for that consolidation, all pension funds
2established under this Article, and the municipalities that
3established them, shall cooperate with the Transition Board.
4 (b) The Downstate Police Pension Fund shall be the legal
5successor to each of the pension funds that are consolidated
6within it, and it may exercise any of the rights and powers and
7perform any of the duties of those pension funds.
8 At the time of consolidation, or as otherwise directed by
9the Transition Board, all assets and liabilities belonging to
10or arising from the trust of an existing pension fund shall
11become the assets and liabilities of the Downstate Police
12Pension Fund.
13 As and when directed by the Transition Board, the trustees
14of the pension funds established under Article 3 of this Code
15shall transfer to the Downstate Police Pension Fund, for
16management and investment as assets of the Downstate Police
17Pension Fund, all of their securities and other investments not
18needed for immediate use.
19 (c) At the time of consolidation or as otherwise directed
20by the Transition Board, assets not belonging to or arising
21from the trust that are incidentally owned by a pension fund,
22and any incidental liabilities of a pension fund not relating
23to or arising from the trust, shall become the assets and
24liabilities of the municipality.
25 Assets not belonging to or arising from the trust that are
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1fund, and any associated liabilities, are not affected by the
2consolidation and shall continue to be managed as assets and
3liabilities of that municipality.
4 As necessary or useful to effectuate the consolidation, the
5board of trustees of a pension fund to be consolidated and the
6applicable municipality may each, in its discretion, continue
7or renegotiate any employment or service contract, lease, or
8other contract to which it is a party that relates to the
9operation of the consolidated pension fund, and it may take
10appropriate action to terminate any such contract as necessary
11to terminate or avoid unnecessary or duplicative personnel,
12facilities, or services.
13 (d) Beginning on January 1, 2020, all benefits payable
14under this Article shall be payable from the Downstate Police
15Pension Fund.
16 (e) The consolidation of pension funds under this Article
17shall not diminish or impair the benefits of any current or
18former police officer who participated in one of those pension
19funds, or of any such police officer's surviving spouse,
20children, or other dependents.
21 The consolidation of pension funds under this Article does
22not entitle any person to a recalculation or combination of any
23benefit or benefits previously granted or to a refund of any
24contribution previously paid.
25 The consolidation of pension funds under this Article is
26not intended to increase the benefits provided under this

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1Article, except insofar as the consolidation of pension funds
2into a single Fund will allow police officers in active service
3on or after the consolidation date to have their benefit
4calculations (and those of their qualifying survivors) include
5consideration of all of the police officer's service, salary,
6and credits in the Fund as though arising under that single
7Fund, rather than as arising under more than one participating
8municipality or more than one Article 3 pension fund.
9 (40 ILCS 5/3-108.2a new)
10 Sec. 3-108.2a. Tier 1 participant; Tier 2 participant.
11 "Tier 1 participant": A participant who first became a
12participant before January 1, 2011. In the case of a Tier 1
13participant who elects to become a Tier 2 participant under
14Section 3-109.5 of this Code, that participant shall be deemed
15a Tier 1 participant only with respect to service performed or
16established before the effective date of that election.
17 "Tier 2 participant": A participant who first became a
18participant on or after January 1, 2011 or a Tier 1 participant
19who elected to become a Tier 2 participant under Section
203-109.5 of this Code with respect to service performed or
21established on or after the effective date of that election.
22 (40 ILCS 5/3-109.5 new)
23 Sec. 3-109.5. Voluntary Tier 2 election. Notwithstanding
24any other provision of law, a Tier 1 participant may

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1voluntarily elect to instead become a Tier 2 participant with
2respect to service performed or established on and after the
3date of the election. An election made under this Section is
4irrevocable and must be made in writing with the Board. An
5election made under this Section does not affect a person's
6participation under any other Article of this Code.
7 (40 ILCS 5/3-111) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-111)
8 Sec. 3-111. Pension.
9 (a) A police officer age 50 or more with 20 or more years
10of creditable service, who is not a participant in the
11self-managed plan under Section 3-109.3 and who is no longer in
12service as a police officer, shall receive a pension of 1/2 of
13the salary attached to the rank held by the officer on the
14police force for one year immediately prior to retirement or,
15beginning July 1, 1987 for persons terminating service on or
16after that date, the salary attached to the rank held on the
17last day of service or for one year prior to the last day,
18whichever is greater. The pension shall be increased by 2.5% of
19such salary for each additional year of service over 20 years
20of service through 30 years of service, to a maximum of 75% of
21such salary.
22 The changes made to this subsection (a) by this amendatory
23Act of the 91st General Assembly apply to all pensions that
24become payable under this subsection on or after January 1,
251999. All pensions payable under this subsection that began on

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1or after January 1, 1999 and before the effective date of this
2amendatory Act shall be recalculated, and the amount of the
3increase accruing for that period shall be payable to the
4pensioner in a lump sum.
5 (a-5) No pension in effect on or granted after June 30,
61973 shall be less than $200 per month. Beginning July 1, 1987,
7the minimum retirement pension for a police officer having at
8least 20 years of creditable service shall be $400 per month,
9without regard to whether or not retirement occurred prior to
10that date. If the minimum pension established in Section
113-113.1 is greater than the minimum provided in this
12subsection, the Section 3-113.1 minimum controls.
13 (b) A police officer mandatorily retired from service due
14to age by operation of law, having at least 8 but less than 20
15years of creditable service, shall receive a pension equal to 2
161/2% of the salary attached to the rank he or she held on the
17police force for one year immediately prior to retirement or,
18beginning July 1, 1987 for persons terminating service on or
19after that date, the salary attached to the rank held on the
20last day of service or for one year prior to the last day,
21whichever is greater, for each year of creditable service.
22 A police officer who retires or is separated from service
23having at least 8 years but less than 20 years of creditable
24service, who is not mandatorily retired due to age by operation
25of law, and who does not apply for a refund of contributions at
26his or her last separation from police service, shall receive a

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1pension upon attaining age 60 equal to 2.5% of the salary
2attached to the rank held by the police officer on the police
3force for one year immediately prior to retirement or,
4beginning July 1, 1987 for persons terminating service on or
5after that date, the salary attached to the rank held on the
6last day of service or for one year prior to the last day,
7whichever is greater, for each year of creditable service.
8 (c) A police officer no longer in service who has at least
9one but less than 8 years of creditable service in a police
10pension fund but meets the requirements of this subsection (c)
11shall be eligible to receive a pension from that fund equal to
122.5% of the salary attached to the rank held on the last day of
13service under that fund or for one year prior to that last day,
14whichever is greater, for each year of creditable service in
15that fund. The pension shall begin no earlier than upon
16attainment of age 60 (or upon mandatory retirement from the
17fund by operation of law due to age, if that occurs before age
1860) and in no event before the effective date of this
19amendatory Act of 1997.
20 In order to be eligible for a pension under this subsection
21(c), the police officer must have at least 8 years of
22creditable service in a second police pension fund under this
23Article and be receiving a pension under subsection (a) or (b)
24of this Section from that second fund. The police officer need
25not be in service on or after the effective date of this
26amendatory Act of 1997.

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1 (d) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article,
2the provisions of this subsection (d) apply to a person who is
3not a participant in the self-managed plan under Section
43-109.3 and who is a Tier 2 participant first becomes a police
5officer under this Article on or after January 1, 2011.
6 A police officer age 55 or more who has 10 or more years of
7service in that capacity shall be entitled at his option to
8receive a monthly pension for his service as a police officer
9computed by multiplying 2.5% for each year of such service by
10his or her final average salary.
11 The pension of a police officer who is retiring after
12attaining age 50 with 10 or more years of creditable service
13shall be reduced by one-half of 1% for each month that the
14police officer's age is under age 55.
15 The maximum pension under this subsection (d) shall be 75%
16of final average salary.
17 For the purposes of this subsection (d), "final average
18salary" means the average monthly salary obtained by dividing
19the total salary of the police officer during the 96
20consecutive months of service within the last 120 months of
21service in which the total salary was the highest by the number
22of months of service in that period.
23 Beginning on January 1, 2011, for all purposes under this
24Code (including without limitation the calculation of benefits
25and employee contributions), the annual salary based on the
26plan year of a member or participant to whom this Section

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1applies shall not exceed $106,800; however, that amount shall
2annually thereafter be increased by the lesser of (i) 3% of
3that amount, including all previous adjustments, or (ii)
4one-half the annual unadjusted percentage increase (but not
5less than zero) in the consumer price index-u for the 12 months
6ending with the September preceding each November 1, including
7all previous adjustments.
8(Source: P.A. 96-1495, eff. 1-1-11.)
9 (40 ILCS 5/3-111.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-111.1)
10 Sec. 3-111.1. Increase in pension.
11 (a) Except as provided in subsection (e), the monthly
12pension of a police officer who retires after July 1, 1971, and
13prior to January 1, 1986, shall be increased, upon either the
14first of the month following the first anniversary of the date
15of retirement if the officer is 60 years of age or over at
16retirement date, or upon the first day of the month following
17attainment of age 60 if it occurs after the first anniversary
18of retirement, by 3% of the originally granted pension and by
19an additional 3% of the originally granted pension in January
20of each year thereafter.
21 (b) The monthly pension of a police officer who retired
22from service with 20 or more years of service, on or before
23July 1, 1971, shall be increased in January of the year
24following the year of attaining age 65 or in January of 1972,
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1for each year the police officer received pension payments. In
2each January thereafter, he or she shall receive an additional
3increase of 3% of the original pension.
4 (c) The monthly pension of a police officer who retires on
5disability or is retired for disability shall be increased in
6January of the year following the year of attaining age 60, by
73% of the original grant of pension for each year he or she
8received pension payments. In each January thereafter, the
9police officer shall receive an additional increase of 3% of
10the original pension.
11 (d) The monthly pension of a police officer who retires
12after January 1, 1986, shall be increased, upon either the
13first of the month following the first anniversary of the date
14of retirement if the officer is 55 years of age or over, or
15upon the first day of the month following attainment of age 55
16if it occurs after the first anniversary of retirement, by 1/12
17of 3% of the originally granted pension for each full month
18that has elapsed since the pension began, and by an additional
193% of the originally granted pension in January of each year
20thereafter.
21 The changes made to this subsection (d) by this amendatory
22Act of the 91st General Assembly apply to all initial increases
23that become payable under this subsection on or after January
241, 1999. All initial increases that became payable under this
25subsection on or after January 1, 1999 and before the effective
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1additional amount accruing for that period, if any, shall be
2payable to the pensioner in a lump sum.
3 (e) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a), upon
4the first day of the month following (1) the first anniversary
5of the date of retirement, or (2) the attainment of age 55, or
6(3) July 1, 1987, whichever occurs latest, the monthly pension
7of a police officer who retired on or after January 1, 1977 and
8on or before January 1, 1986, and did not receive an increase
9under subsection (a) before July 1, 1987, shall be increased by
103% of the originally granted monthly pension for each full year
11that has elapsed since the pension began, and by an additional
123% of the originally granted pension in each January
13thereafter. The increases provided under this subsection are in
14lieu of the increases provided in subsection (a).
15 (f) Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Section,
16beginning with increases granted on or after July 1, 1993, the
17second and all subsequent automatic annual increases granted
18under subsection (a), (b), (d), or (e) of this Section shall be
19calculated as 3% of the amount of pension payable at the time
20of the increase, including any increases previously granted
21under this Section, rather than 3% of the originally granted
22pension amount. Section 1-103.1 does not apply to this
23subsection (f).
24 (g) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article,
25the monthly pension of a Tier 2 participant person who first
26becomes a police officer under this Article on or after January

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11, 2011 shall be increased on the January 1 occurring either on
2or after the attainment of age 60 or the first anniversary of
3the pension start date, whichever is later. Each annual
4increase shall be calculated at 3% or one-half the annual
5unadjusted percentage increase (but not less than zero) in the
6consumer price index-u for the 12 months ending with the
7September preceding each November 1, whichever is less, of the
8originally granted pension. If the annual unadjusted
9percentage change in the consumer price index-u for a 12-month
10period ending in September is zero or, when compared with the
11preceding period, decreases, then the pension shall not be
12increased.
13 For the purposes of this subsection (g), "consumer price
14index-u" means the index published by the Bureau of Labor
15Statistics of the United States Department of Labor that
16measures the average change in prices of goods and services
17purchased by all urban consumers, United States city average,
18all items, 1982-84 = 100. The new amount resulting from each
19annual adjustment shall be determined by the Public Pension
20Division of the Department of Insurance and made available to
21the boards of the pension funds.
22(Source: P.A. 96-1495, eff. 1-1-11.)
23 (40 ILCS 5/3-112) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-112)
24 Sec. 3-112. Pension to survivors.
25 (a) Upon the death of a police officer entitled to a

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1pension under Section 3-111, the surviving spouse shall be
2entitled to the pension to which the police officer was then
3entitled. Upon the death of the surviving spouse, or upon the
4remarriage of the surviving spouse if that remarriage
5terminates the surviving spouse's eligibility under Section
63-121, the police officer's unmarried children who are under
7age 18 or who are dependent because of physical or mental
8disability shall be entitled to equal shares of such pension.
9If there is no eligible surviving spouse and no eligible child,
10the dependent parent or parents of the officer shall be
11entitled to receive or share such pension until their death or
12marriage or remarriage after the death of the police officer.
13 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article, for a
14Tier 2 participant person who first becomes a police officer
15under this Article on or after January 1, 2011, the pension to
16which the surviving spouse, children, or parents are entitled
17under this subsection (a) shall be in the amount of 66 2/3% of
18the police officer's earned pension at the date of death.
19Nothing in this subsection (a) shall act to diminish the
20survivor's benefits described in subsection (e) of this
21Section.
22 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Article, the
23monthly pension of a survivor of a Tier 2 participant person
24who first becomes a police officer under this Article on or
25after January 1, 2011 shall be increased on the January 1 after
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1and each January 1 thereafter by 3% or one-half the annual
2unadjusted percentage increase (but not less than zero) in the
3consumer price index-u for the 12 months ending with the
4September preceding each November 1, whichever is less, of the
5originally granted survivor's pension. If the annual
6unadjusted percentage change in the consumer price index-u for
7a 12-month period ending in September is zero or, when compared
8with the preceding period, decreases, then the survivor's
9pension shall not be increased.
10 For the purposes of this subsection (a), "consumer price
11index-u" means the index published by the Bureau of Labor
12Statistics of the United States Department of Labor that
13measures the average change in prices of goods and services
14purchased by all urban consumers, United States city average,
15all items, 1982-84 = 100. The new amount resulting from each
16annual adjustment shall be determined by the Public Pension
17Division of the Department of Insurance and made available to
18the boards of the pension funds.
19 (b) Upon the death of a police officer while in service,
20having at least 20 years of creditable service, or upon the
21death of a police officer who retired from service with at
22least 20 years of creditable service, whether death occurs
23before or after attainment of age 50, the pension earned by the
24police officer as of the date of death as provided in Section
253-111 shall be paid to the survivors in the sequence provided
26in subsection (a) of this Section.

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1 (c) Upon the death of a police officer while in service,
2having at least 10 but less than 20 years of service, a pension
3of 1/2 of the salary attached to the rank or ranks held by the
4officer for one year immediately prior to death shall be
5payable to the survivors in the sequence provided in subsection
6(a) of this Section. If death occurs as a result of the
7performance of duty, the 10 year requirement shall not apply
8and the pension to survivors shall be payable after any period
9of service.
10 (d) Beginning July 1, 1987, a minimum pension of $400 per
11month shall be paid to all surviving spouses, without regard to
12the fact that the death of the police officer occurred prior to
13that date. If the minimum pension established in Section
143-113.1 is greater than the minimum provided in this
15subsection, the Section 3-113.1 minimum controls.
16 (e) The pension of the surviving spouse of a police officer
17who dies (i) on or after January 1, 2001, (ii) without having
18begun to receive either a retirement pension payable under
19Section 3-111 or a disability pension payable under Section
203-114.1, 3-114.2, 3-114.3, or 3-114.6, and (iii) as a result of
21sickness, accident, or injury incurred in or resulting from the
22performance of an act of duty shall not be less than 100% of
23the salary attached to the rank held by the deceased police
24officer on the last day of service, notwithstanding any
25provision in this Article to the contrary.
26(Source: P.A. 96-1495, eff. 1-1-11.)

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1 (40 ILCS 5/7-199.5 new)
2 Sec. 7-199.5. To assist in the creation and administration
3of the Downstate Police Pension Fund. To assist in the
4creation and administration of the Downstate Police Pension
5Fund under Article 3 of this Code, including assisting the
6Downstate Police Pension Fund Transition Board, created under
7Section 3-101.1 of this Code; and pursuant to any contract or
8other agreement it may enter into with the Transition Board or
9the Board of Trustees of the Downstate Police Pension Fund, to
10provide for the administrative staff of one Fund to provide
11assistance to or consolidate particular services or operations
12with that of the other Fund, to the extent consistent with
13their respective fiduciary and other responsibilities.
14 Section 10. The Illinois Pension Code is amended by
15changing Sections 3-101, 3-103, 3-105, 3-108.2, 3-108.3,
163-110, 3-110.7, 3-125, 3-125.1, 3-128, 3-134, 3-135, and 3-141
17and by adding Sections 3-102.1, 3-103.9, 3-104, 3-128.1,
183-128.2, 3-140.5, 3-141a, 3-141b, 3-141c, and 3-141d as
19follows:
20 (40 ILCS 5/3-102.1 new)
21 Sec. 3-102.1. Fund. "Fund" or "pension fund": Until January
221, 2020, a police pension fund established by a municipality
23under this Article.

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1 Beginning January 1, 2020, "Fund" or "pension fund" means
2the Downstate Police Pension Fund created under this Article to
3consolidate all of the individual pension funds previously
4established under this Article; depending on the context, the
5terms may include one or more of those previously established
6pension funds.
7 (40 ILCS 5/3-103) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-103)
8 Sec. 3-103. Municipality; participating municipality;
9governing body.
10 (a) "Municipality": (1) Any city, village or incorporated
11town of 5,000 or more but less than 500,000 inhabitants, as
12determined from the United States Government statistics or a
13census taken at any time by the city, village or incorporated
14town and (2) any city, village or incorporated town of less
15than 5,000 inhabitants which, by referendum held under Section
163-145 adopts this Article.
17 (b) "Participating municipality" means a municipality, as
18defined in subsection (a), that both is required (or has
19elected) to and does in fact participate in the Downstate
20Police Pension Fund under this Article.
21 (c) "Governing body" includes the board of town trustees or
22other persons empowered to draft the tentative budget and
23appropriation ordinance and the electors of such a township
24acting at the annual or special meeting of town electors.
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1 (40 ILCS 5/3-103.9 new)
2 Sec. 3-103.9. Authorized agent of a participating
3municipality.
4 (a) Each participating municipality shall appoint an
5authorized agent who shall have the powers and duties set forth
6in this Section. In the absence of such an appointment, the
7duties of the authorized agent shall devolve upon the clerk or
8secretary of the municipality.
9 (b) The authorized agent of the municipality shall have the
10following powers and duties:
11 (1) To certify to the Fund whether or not a given
12 person is authorized to participate in the Fund.
13 (2) To certify to the Fund when a participating
14 employee is on a leave of absence authorized by the
15 municipality.
16 (3) To request the proper officer to cause employee
17 contributions to be withheld from salary and promptly
18 transmitted to the Fund.
19 (4) To request the proper officer to cause municipality
20 contributions to be promptly forwarded to the Fund.
21 (5) To forward promptly to all participating employees
22 any communications for such employees from the Fund or the
23 municipality.
24 (6) To forward promptly to the Board of the Fund all
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1 delivered to the agent by participating employees.
2 (7) To perform all duties related to the administration
3 of the Fund as requested by the Fund or the governing body
4 of the municipality.
5 (c) The governing body of each participating municipality
6may delegate either or both of the following powers to its
7authorized agent:
8 (1) To file a petition for nomination of an executive
9 trustee of the Fund.
10 (2) To cast the ballot for election of an executive
11 trustee of the Fund.
12 If a governing body does not authorize its agent to perform
13the powers set forth in this Section, they shall be performed
14by the governing body itself, unless the governing body by
15resolution duly certified to the Fund delegates them to some
16other officer or employee.
17 (d) The delivery of any communication or document by an
18employee or a municipality to the authorized agent of the
19municipality does not constitute delivery to the Fund.
20 (40 ILCS 5/3-104 new)
21 Sec. 3-104. Prescribed rate of interest. "Prescribed rate
22of interest": The rate of interest to be used for calculation
23of the rates of municipality contributions and amounts of
24annuities and benefits as determined by the Board on the basis
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1basis.
2 (40 ILCS 5/3-105) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-105)
3 Sec. 3-105. Board. "Board": Until January 1, 2020, the The
4board of trustees of the police pension fund of a municipality
5as established in subsection (a) of Section 3-128.
6 Beginning January 1, 2020, the Board of Trustees of the
7Downstate Police Pension Fund created under this Article to
8consolidate all of the individual pension funds previously
9established under this Article, as established in subsection
10(d) of Section 3-128, or until that board is established and
11has assumed its duties, the Transition Board created under
12Section 3-101.1; depending on the context, the term may include
13the former board of trustees of one or more of those previously
14established pension funds.
15(Source: P.A. 83-1440.)
16 (40 ILCS 5/3-108.2)
17 Sec. 3-108.2. Participant. "Participant": A police officer
18or deferred pensioner of the Fund a pension fund, or a
19beneficiary of the Fund pension fund.
20(Source: P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)
21 (40 ILCS 5/3-108.3)
22 Sec. 3-108.3. Beneficiary. "Beneficiary": A person
23receiving benefits from the Fund a pension fund, including, but

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1not limited to, retired pensioners, disabled pensioners, their
2surviving spouses, minor children, disabled children, and
3dependent parents. If a special needs trust as described in
4Section 1396p(d)(4) of Title 42 of the United States Code, as
5amended from time to time, has been established for a disabled
6adult child, then the special needs trust may stand in lieu of
7the disabled adult child as a beneficiary for the purposes of
8this Article.
9(Source: P.A. 96-1143, eff. 7-21-10.)
10 (40 ILCS 5/3-110) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-110)
11 Sec. 3-110. Creditable service.
12 (a) "Creditable service" is the time served by a police
13officer as a member of a regularly constituted police force of
14a municipality. In computing creditable service furloughs
15without pay exceeding 30 days shall not be counted, but all
16leaves of absence for illness or accident, regardless of
17length, and all periods of disability retirement for which a
18police officer has received no disability pension payments
19under this Article shall be counted.
20 (a-3) Upon the consolidation of the police pension funds
21under this Article into the Downstate Police Pension Fund on
22January 1, 2020, creditable service under any such pension fund
23shall be deemed to be creditable service in the Downstate
24Police Pension Fund, subject to the following provisions:
25 (1) The consolidation of police pension funds into the

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1 Downstate Police Pension Fund shall not result in the
2 duplication of any service credit based on the same period
3 of service in this or any other pension fund or retirement
4 system subject to this Code.
5 (2) If this Section or any other provision of this
6 Article imposes a limit on the amount of creditable service
7 that may be established for a particular activity or
8 purpose and prior to consolidation a police officer has
9 established periods of creditable service for that
10 activity or purpose in more than one former police pension
11 fund under this Article, which periods are within that
12 limitation for each such fund but together exceed that
13 limitation, then upon consolidation all such credit
14 previously established by the police officer shall be
15 preserved under the Fund, but no additional creditable
16 service for that activity or purpose may be established by
17 that police officer in the Fund.
18 (3) The consolidation of police pension funds into the
19 Downstate Police Pension Fund shall not entitle any person
20 or pension fund to a refund of any contribution or payment
21 previously paid or transferred in order to establish or
22 transfer creditable service under this Article.
23 (a-5) Up to 3 years of time during which the police officer
24receives a disability pension under Section 3-114.1, 3-114.2,
253-114.3, or 3-114.6 shall be counted as creditable service,
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1after the disability for a period at least equal to the period
2for which credit is to be established and (ii) the police
3officer makes contributions to the Fund fund based on the rates
4specified in Section 3-125.1 and the salary upon which the
5disability pension is based. These contributions may be paid at
6any time prior to the commencement of a retirement pension. The
7police officer may, but need not, elect to have the
8contributions deducted from the disability pension or to pay
9them in installments on a schedule approved by the board. If
10not deducted from the disability pension, the contributions
11shall include interest at the rate of 6% per year, compounded
12annually, from the date for which service credit is being
13established to the date of payment. If contributions are paid
14under this subsection (a-5) in excess of those needed to
15establish the credit, the excess shall be refunded. This
16subsection (a-5) applies to persons receiving a disability
17pension under Section 3-114.1, 3-114.2, 3-114.3, or 3-114.6 on
18the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 91st General
19Assembly, as well as persons who begin to receive such a
20disability pension after that date.
21 (b) Creditable service includes all periods of service in
22the military, naval or air forces of the United States entered
23upon while an active police officer of a municipality, provided
24that upon applying for a permanent pension, and in accordance
25with the rules of the board, the police officer pays into the
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1or she had been a regular contributor during such period, to
2the extent that the municipality which the police officer
3served has not made such contributions in the officer's behalf.
4The total amount of such creditable service shall not exceed 5
5years, except that any police officer who on July 1, 1973 had
6more than 5 years of such creditable service shall receive the
7total amount thereof.
8 (b-5) Creditable service includes all periods of service in
9the military, naval, or air forces of the United States entered
10upon before beginning service as an active police officer of a
11municipality, provided that, in accordance with the rules of
12the board, the police officer pays into the Fund fund the
13amount the police officer would have contributed if he or she
14had been a regular contributor during such period, plus an
15amount determined by the Board to be equal to the
16municipality's normal cost of the benefit, plus interest at the
17actuarially assumed rate calculated from the date the employee
18last became a police officer under this Article. The total
19amount of such creditable service shall not exceed 2 years.
20 (c) Creditable service also includes service rendered by a
21police officer while on leave of absence from a police
22department to serve as an executive of an organization whose
23membership consists of members of a police department, subject
24to the following conditions: (i) the police officer is a
25participant of the Fund a fund established under this Article
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1police officer received no credit for such service under any
2other retirement system, pension fund, or annuity and benefit
3fund included in this Code; (iii) pursuant to the rules of the
4board the police officer pays to the Fund fund the amount he or
5she would have contributed had the officer been an active
6member of the police department; (iv) the organization pays a
7contribution equal to the municipality's normal cost for that
8period of service; and (v) for all leaves of absence under this
9subsection (c), including those beginning before the effective
10date of this amendatory Act of the 97th General Assembly, the
11police officer continues to remain in sworn status, subject to
12the professional standards of the public employer or those
13terms established in statute.
14 (d)(1) Creditable service also includes periods of
15 service originally established in another police pension
16 fund under this Article or in the Fund established under
17 Article 7 of this Code for which (i) the contributions have
18 been transferred under Section 3-110.7 or Section 7-139.9
19 and (ii) any additional contribution required under
20 paragraph (2) of this subsection has been paid in full in
21 accordance with the requirements of this subsection (d).
22 (2) If the board of the pension fund to which
23 creditable service and related contributions are
24 transferred under Section 7-139.9 determines that the
25 amount transferred is less than the true cost to the
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1 established, then in order to establish that creditable
2 service the police officer must pay to the pension fund,
3 within the payment period specified in paragraph (3) of
4 this subsection, an additional contribution equal to the
5 difference, as determined by the board in accordance with
6 the rules and procedures adopted under paragraph (6) of
7 this subsection. If the board of the pension fund to which
8 creditable service and related contributions are
9 transferred under Section 3-110.7 determines that the
10 amount transferred is less than the true cost to the
11 pension fund of allowing that creditable service to be
12 established, then the police officer may elect (A) to
13 establish that creditable service by paying to the pension
14 fund, within the payment period specified in paragraph (3)
15 of this subsection (d), an additional contribution equal to
16 the difference, as determined by the board in accordance
17 with the rules and procedures adopted under paragraph (6)
18 of this subsection (d) or (B) to have his or her creditable
19 service reduced by an amount equal to the difference
20 between the amount transferred under Section 3-110.7 and
21 the true cost to the pension fund of allowing that
22 creditable service to be established, as determined by the
23 board in accordance with the rules and procedures adopted
24 under paragraph (6) of this subsection (d).
25 (3) Except as provided in paragraph (4), the additional
26 contribution that is required or elected under paragraph

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1 (2) of this subsection (d) must be paid to the board (i)
2 within 5 years from the date of the transfer of
3 contributions under Section 3-110.7 or 7-139.9 and (ii)
4 before the police officer terminates service with the fund.
5 The additional contribution may be paid in a lump sum or in
6 accordance with a schedule of installment payments
7 authorized by the board.
8 (4) If the police officer dies in service before
9 payment in full has been made and before the expiration of
10 the 5-year payment period, the surviving spouse of the
11 officer may elect to pay the unpaid amount on the officer's
12 behalf within 6 months after the date of death, in which
13 case the creditable service shall be granted as though the
14 deceased police officer had paid the remaining balance on
15 the day before the date of death.
16 (5) If the additional contribution that is required or
17 elected under paragraph (2) of this subsection (d) is not
18 paid in full within the required time, the creditable
19 service shall not be granted and the police officer (or the
20 officer's surviving spouse or estate) shall be entitled to
21 receive a refund of (i) any partial payment of the
22 additional contribution that has been made by the police
23 officer and (ii) those portions of the amounts transferred
24 under subdivision (a)(1) of Section 3-110.7 or
25 subdivisions (a)(1) and (a)(3) of Section 7-139.9 that
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1 officer (but not the accumulated interest on those
2 contributions) and interest paid by the police officer to
3 the prior pension fund in order to reinstate service
4 terminated by acceptance of a refund.
5 At the time of paying a refund under this item (5), the
6 pension fund shall also repay to the pension fund from
7 which the contributions were transferred under Section
8 3-110.7 or 7-139.9 the amount originally transferred under
9 subdivision (a)(2) of that Section, plus interest at the
10 rate of 6% per year, compounded annually, from the date of
11 the original transfer to the date of repayment. Amounts
12 repaid to the Article 7 fund under this provision shall be
13 credited to the appropriate municipality.
14 Transferred credit that is not granted due to failure
15 to pay the additional contribution within the required time
16 is lost; it may not be transferred to another pension fund
17 and may not be reinstated in the pension fund from which it
18 was transferred.
19 (6) The Public Employee Pension Fund Division of the
20 Department of Insurance shall establish by rule the manner
21 of making the calculation required under paragraph (2) of
22 this subsection, taking into account the appropriate
23 actuarial assumptions; the police officer's service, age,
24 and salary history; the level of funding of the pension
25 fund to which the credits are being transferred; and any
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1 The rules may require that all calculations made under
2 paragraph (2) be reported to the Division by the board
3 performing the calculation, together with documentation of
4 the creditable service to be transferred, the amounts of
5 contributions and interest to be transferred, the manner in
6 which the calculation was performed, the numbers relied
7 upon in making the calculation, the results of the
8 calculation, and any other information the Division may
9 deem useful.
10 (e)(1) Creditable service also includes periods of
11 service originally established in the Fund established
12 under Article 7 of this Code for which the contributions
13 have been transferred under Section 7-139.11.
14 (2) If the board of the pension fund to which
15 creditable service and related contributions are
16 transferred under Section 7-139.11 determines that the
17 amount transferred is less than the true cost to the
18 pension fund of allowing that creditable service to be
19 established, then the amount of creditable service the
20 police officer may establish under this subsection (e)
21 shall be reduced by an amount equal to the difference, as
22 determined by the board in accordance with the rules and
23 procedures adopted under paragraph (3) of this subsection.
24 (3) The Public Pension Division of the Department of
25 Financial and Professional Regulation shall establish by
26 rule the manner of making the calculation required under

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1 paragraph (2) of this subsection, taking into account the
2 appropriate actuarial assumptions; the police officer's
3 service, age, and salary history; the level of funding of
4 the pension fund to which the credits are being
5 transferred; and any other factors that the Division
6 determines to be relevant. The rules may require that all
7 calculations made under paragraph (2) be reported to the
8 Division by the board performing the calculation, together
9 with documentation of the creditable service to be
10 transferred, the amounts of contributions and interest to
11 be transferred, the manner in which the calculation was
12 performed, the numbers relied upon in making the
13 calculation, the results of the calculation, and any other
14 information the Division may deem useful.
15 (4) Until January 1, 2010, a police officer who
16 transferred service from the Fund established under
17 Article 7 of this Code under the provisions of Public Act
18 94-356 may establish additional credit, but only for the
19 amount of the service credit reduction in that transfer, as
20 calculated under paragraph (3) of this subsection (e). This
21 credit may be established upon payment by the police
22 officer of an amount to be determined by the board, equal
23 to (1) the amount that would have been contributed as
24 employee and employer contributions had all of the service
25 been as an employee under this Article, plus interest
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1 from the date of service to the date of transfer, less (2)
2 the total amount transferred from the Article 7 Fund, plus
3 (3) interest on the difference at the rate of 6% per year,
4 compounded annually, from the date of the transfer to the
5 date of payment. The additional service credit is allowed
6 under this amendatory Act of the 95th General Assembly
7 notwithstanding the provisions of Article 7 terminating
8 all transferred credits on the date of transfer.
9(Source: P.A. 96-297, eff. 8-11-09; 96-1260, eff. 7-23-10;
1097-651, eff. 1-5-12.)
11 (40 ILCS 5/3-110.7)
12 Sec. 3-110.7. Transfer between Article 3 funds.
13 (a) Until January 1, 2020 (the consolidation date), an An
14active member of a pension fund established under this Article
15may apply for transfer to that fund of his or her creditable
16service and related contributions accumulated in any other
17police pension fund established under this Article, except that
18a police officer may not transfer creditable service under this
19Section from a pension fund unless (i) the police officer
20actively served in the police department under that fund for at
21least 2 years, (ii) the police officer actively served in the
22police department under that fund for less than 2 years but was
23laid off or otherwise involuntarily terminated for a reason
24other than the fault of the officer, or (iii) the police
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1fund on or after the effective date of this Section. Upon
2receiving the application, that other pension fund shall
3transfer to the pension fund in which the applicant currently
4participates an amount equal to:
5 (1) the amounts actually contributed by or on behalf of
6 the applicant to the fund as employee contributions
7 (including any interest paid by the applicant in order to
8 reinstate service), plus interest on those amounts at the
9 rate of 6% per year, compounded annually, from the date of
10 contribution to the date of transfer; plus
11 (2) an amount representing employer contributions,
12 equal to the total amount determined under subdivision (1).
13Participation in that other pension fund shall terminate on the
14date of transfer.
15 (b) An active member of the Fund a pension fund established
16under this Article may reinstate in the Fund service in any
17other pension fund established under this Article that was
18terminated by receipt of a refund, by paying to the Fund that
19other pension fund the amount of the refund plus interest
20thereon at the rate of 6% per year, compounded annually, from
21the date of refund to the date of payment.
22(Source: P.A. 90-460, eff. 8-17-97.)
23 (40 ILCS 5/3-125) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-125)
24 Sec. 3-125. Financing; tax.
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1trustees of a participating the municipality shall annually
2levy a tax upon all the taxable property of the municipality at
3the rate on the dollar which will produce an amount which, when
4added to the deductions from the salaries or wages of police
5officers, and revenues available from other sources, will equal
6a sum sufficient to meet the annual requirements of the account
7of the participating municipality police pension fund. The
8annual requirements to be provided by such tax levy are equal
9to (1) the normal cost of benefits attributable to the
10participating municipality and its police officers, as
11determined by an enrolled actuary employed by the Fund, the
12pension fund for the year involved, plus (2) an amount
13sufficient to bring the total assets of the account of the
14participating municipality pension fund up to 90% of the total
15actuarial liabilities of the account of the participating
16municipality pension fund by the end of municipal fiscal year
172040, as annually updated and determined by an enrolled actuary
18employed by the Fund Illinois Department of Insurance or by an
19enrolled actuary retained by the pension fund or the
20municipality. In making these determinations, the required
21minimum employer contribution shall be calculated each year as
22a level percentage of payroll over the years remaining up to
23and including fiscal year 2040 and shall be determined under
24the entry age normal projected unit credit actuarial cost
25method. The tax shall be levied and collected in the same
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1addition to all other taxes now or hereafter authorized to be
2levied upon all property within the municipality, and shall be
3in addition to the amount authorized to be levied for general
4purposes as provided by Section 8-3-1 of the Illinois Municipal
5Code, approved May 29, 1961, as amended. The tax shall be
6forwarded directly to the treasurer of the board within 30
7business days after receipt by the county.
8 (b) For purposes of determining the required employer
9contribution to the Fund a pension fund, the value of the
10pension fund's assets shall be equal to the actuarial value of
11the pension fund's assets, which shall be calculated as
12follows:
13 (1) (Blank). On March 30, 2011, the actuarial value of
14 a pension fund's assets shall be equal to the market value
15 of the assets as of that date.
16 (2) In determining the actuarial value of the System's
17 assets of the account of the participating municipality for
18 fiscal years after March 30, 2011, any actuarial gains or
19 losses from investment return incurred in a fiscal year
20 shall be recognized in equal annual amounts over the 5-year
21 period following that fiscal year.
22 (c) If a participating municipality fails to transmit to
23the Fund fund contributions required of it under this Article
24for more than 90 days after the payment of those contributions
25is due, the Fund fund may, after giving notice to the
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1the delinquent payments in accordance with any applicable rules
2of the Comptroller, and the Comptroller must, beginning in
3fiscal year 2016, deduct and remit to the Fund, for credit to
4the account of the participating municipality, fund the
5certified amounts or a portion of those amounts from the
6following proportions of payments of State funds to the
7municipality:
8 (1) in fiscal year 2016, one-third of the total amount
9 of any payments of State funds to the municipality;
10 (2) in fiscal year 2017, two-thirds of the total amount
11 of any payments of State funds to the municipality; and
12 (3) in fiscal year 2018 and each fiscal year
13 thereafter, the total amount of any payments of State funds
14 to the municipality.
15 The State Comptroller may not deduct from any payments of
16State funds to the municipality more than the amount of
17delinquent payments certified to the State Comptroller by the
18Fund fund.
19 (d) (Blank). The police pension fund shall consist of the
20following moneys which shall be set apart by the treasurer of
21the municipality:
22 (1) All moneys derived from the taxes levied hereunder;
23 (2) Contributions by police officers under Section
24 3-125.1;
25 (3) All moneys accumulated by the municipality under
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1 benefit of disabled or retired police officers;
2 (4) Donations, gifts or other transfers authorized by
3 this Article.
4 (e) (Blank). The Commission on Government Forecasting and
5Accountability shall conduct a study of all funds established
6under this Article and shall report its findings to the General
7Assembly on or before January 1, 2013. To the fullest extent
8possible, the study shall include, but not be limited to, the
9following:
10 (1) fund balances;
11 (2) historical employer contribution rates for each
12 fund;
13 (3) the actuarial formulas used as a basis for employer
14 contributions, including the actual assumed rate of return
15 for each year, for each fund;
16 (4) available contribution funding sources;
17 (5) the impact of any revenue limitations caused by
18 PTELL and employer home rule or non-home rule status; and
19 (6) existing statutory funding compliance procedures
20 and funding enforcement mechanisms for all municipal
21 pension funds.
22(Source: P.A. 99-8, eff. 7-9-15.)
23 (40 ILCS 5/3-125.1) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-125.1)
24 Sec. 3-125.1. Contributions by police officers. Each
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1following percentages of salary for the periods stated:
2Beginning July 1, 1909 and prior to July 23, 1943, 1% (except
3that prior to July 1, 1921 not more than one dollar per month
4shall be deducted, and except that beginning July 1, 1921 and
5prior to July 1, 1927 not more than $2 per month shall be
6deducted); beginning July 23, 1943 and prior to July 20, 1949,
73%; beginning July 20, 1949 and prior to July 17, 1959, 5%;
8beginning July 17, 1959 and prior to July 1, 1971, 7%;
9beginning July 1, 1971 and prior to July 1, 1975, 7 1/2%;
10beginning July 1, 1975 and prior to January 1, 1987, 8 1/2%;
11beginning January 1, 1987 and prior to January 1, 2001, 9%; and
12beginning January 1, 2001, 9.91%, except that beginning January
131, 2020, each Tier 1 participant shall contribute 35% of his or
14her salary. Such sums shall be paid or deducted monthly.
15Contribution to the self-managed plan shall be no less than 10%
16of salary.
17 "Salary" means the annual salary, including longevity,
18attached to the police officer's rank, as established by the
19municipality's appropriation ordinance, including any
20compensation for overtime which is included in the salary so
21established, but excluding any "overtime pay", "holiday pay",
22"bonus pay", "merit pay", or any other cash benefit not
23included in the salary so established.
24(Source: P.A. 91-939, eff. 2-1-01.)
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1 Sec. 3-128. Board created.
2 (a) This subsection (a) applies until January 1, 2020.
3A board of 5 members shall constitute a board of trustees to
4administer the pension fund and to designate the beneficiaries
5thereof. The board shall be known as the "Board of Trustees of
6the Police Pension Fund" of the municipality.
7 Two members of the board shall be appointed by the mayor or
8president of the board of trustees of the municipality
9involved. The 3rd and 4th members of the board shall be elected
10from the active participants of the pension fund by such active
11participants. The 5th member shall be elected by and from the
12beneficiaries.
13 One of the members appointed by the mayor or president of
14the board of trustees shall serve for one year beginning on the
152nd Tuesday in May after the municipality comes under this
16Article. The other appointed member shall serve for 2 years
17beginning on the same date. Their successors shall serve for 2
18years each or until their successors are appointed and
19qualified.
20 (b) The members of the boards of trustees serving on
21December 31, 2019 may continue to exercise the powers of that
22office until March 1, 2020 for the sole purpose of assisting in
23the consolidation of their respective pension funds, but
24subject to the supervision and requirements of the Transition
25Board.
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1established under subsection (d) has been elected and assumes
2its duties, the Transition Board established under Section
33-101.1 shall operate as the Board of Trustees of the Fund.
4 (d) Beginning January 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as it
5is able to assume its duties, the Board of Trustees of the
6Downstate Police Pension Fund shall consist of 11 members. The
7Board shall consist of representatives of various groups as
8follows:
9 (1) One trustee, appointed by the Governor, who shall
10 serve as the chairman and may vote only in the event of a
11 tie.
12 (2) Five trustees shall each be a mayor, chief elected
13 officer, chief executive officer, chief finance officer,
14 or other officer, executive, or department head of a
15 participating municipality, and each such trustee shall be
16 designated as an executive trustee.
17 (3) Three trustees shall each be a police officer
18 participating in the Fund, and each such trustee shall be
19 designated as a police officer trustee. No person shall be
20 eligible to become a police officer trustee who does not
21 have at least 8 years of creditable service in the Fund.
22 (4) Two trustees shall be retired police officers of
23 the Fund, who shall be designated the annuitant trustees.
24 No person shall be eligible to become an annuitant trustee
25 who does not have at least 8 years of creditable service in
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1 3-128.2, a police officer receiving a disability pension
2 shall be considered a retired police officer.
3 Beginning January 1, 2020, elections for executive
4trustees shall be conducted in accordance with Section 3-128.1
5and elections for police officer and annuitant trustees shall
6be conducted in accordance with Section 3-128.2.
7 (e) The executive trustees shall elect one executive
8trustee to serve as vice-chairman. The police officer trustees
9and annuitant trustees shall elect one police officer trustee
10or annuitant trustee to serve as vice-chairman.
11 (f) An executive or police officer trustee shall be
12disqualified immediately upon any change in status which
13removes the trustee from the required employment or office
14within the group he or she represents. The annuitant trustee
15shall be disqualified upon termination or suspension of his or
16her retirement or disability pension.
17 The Board shall fill any vacancy by appointment of a person
18with the appropriate employment status for the period until the
19next election of trustees, or, if the remaining term is less
20than 2 years, for the remainder of the term, and until a
21successor has been elected and has qualified.
22 (g) The Board shall elect annually from its members a
23president and secretary.
24 The election for board members shall be held biennially on
25the 3rd Monday in April, at such place or places in the
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1other regulations as shall be prescribed by the appointed
2members of the board.
3 The active pension fund participants shall be entitled to
4vote only for the active participant members of the board. All
5beneficiaries of legal age may vote only for the member chosen
6from among the beneficiaries. No person shall be entitled to
7cast more than one ballot at such election. The term of elected
8members shall be 2 years, beginning on the 2nd Tuesday of the
9first May after the election.
10 Upon the death, resignation or inability to act of any
11elected board member, his or her successor shall be elected for
12the unexpired term at a special election, to be called by the
13board and conducted in the same manner as the regular biennial
14election.
15 (h) Members of the board shall neither receive nor have any
16right to receive any salary from the Fund pension fund for
17services performed as trustees in that office, but shall be
18reimbursed for any reasonable expenses incurred in attending
19meetings of the Board and in performing duties on behalf of the
20Fund and for the amount of any earnings withheld by any
21employing municipality because of attendance at any Board
22meeting.
23 (i) Except for the chairman, who may vote only in the event
24of a tie, each trustee shall be entitled to one vote on any and
25all actions before the Board. At least 6 concurring votes shall
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1of its meetings. No decision or action shall become effective
2unless presented and so approved at a regular or duly called
3special meeting of the Board.
4(Source: P.A. 83-1440.)
5 (40 ILCS 5/3-128.1 new)
6 Sec. 3-128.1. Election of executive trustees.
7 (a) Beginning January 1, 2020, the election of executive
8trustees shall be conducted in accordance with this Section.
9 (b) During the period beginning on August 1 and ending on
10September 15 of each year, the Board shall accept nominations
11of candidates for election as executive trustees for terms
12beginning on the next January 1, and for vacancies to be filled
13by election.
14 All nominations for the position of executive trustee shall
15be by petition, signed by a representative of the governing
16body of at least 5 participating municipalities.
17 (c) The election shall be by ballot and may be conducted in
18person, by mail, or electronically, pursuant to the rules and
19procedures established by the Board.
20 All candidates properly nominated in petitions received by
21the Board shall be placed in alphabetical order upon the proper
22ballot. In the initial election, there shall be one election
23for the 5 executive trusteeships, and the 5 candidates getting
24the highest number of votes shall be declared elected.
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1participating in the Fund shall have one vote at any election
2in which an executive trustee is to be elected, and may cast
3that vote for any candidate on the executive trustee ballot.
4 A vote may be cast for a person not on the ballot by
5writing in his or her name.
6 In case of a tie vote, the candidate employed by the
7municipality having the greatest number of participating
8police officers at the time of the election shall be declared
9elected.
10 (e) The election shall be completed by December 1 of the
11year. The results shall be entered in the minutes of the
12meeting of the Board following the tally of votes.
13 (f) Each executive trustee so elected shall hold office for
14a term of 4 years and until his or her successor has been duly
15elected and qualified. However, for the initial executive
16trustees, 2 of the initial executive trustees shall serve for a
17term of one year, one initial executive trustee shall serve for
18a term of 2 years, one initial executive trustee shall serve
19for a term of 3 years, and one initial executive trustee shall
20serve for a term of 4 years. The terms of the initial executive
21trustees shall be determined by lot at the first meeting of the
22Board.
23 (40 ILCS 5/3-128.2 new)
24 Sec. 3-128.2. Election of police officer and annuitant
25trustees.

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1 (a) Beginning January 1, 2020, the election of police
2officer and annuitant trustees shall be conducted in accordance
3with this Section. The annuitant trustees shall be elected in
4an election separate from the election for police officer
5trustees.
6 (b) During the period beginning on August 1 and ending on
7September 15 of each applicable year, the Board shall accept
8nominations of candidates for election as police officer or
9annuitant trustees for terms beginning on the next January 1,
10and for vacancies to be filled by election.
11 All nominations for the position of police officer trustee
12shall be by petition, signed by at least 50 active police
13officers participating in the Fund. All nominations for the
14position of annuitant trustee shall be by petition, signed by
15at least 25 annuitants of the Fund.
16 (c) The election shall be by ballot and may be conducted in
17person, by mail, or electronically, pursuant to the rules and
18procedures established by the Board.
19 All candidates properly nominated in petitions received by
20the Board shall be placed in alphabetical order on the proper
21ballot. In the initial election, there shall be one election
22for the 3 police officer trusteeships, and the 3 candidates
23getting the highest number of votes shall be declared elected.
24In the initial election there shall be one election for the 2
25annuitant trusteeships, and the 2 candidates receiving the
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1 (d) No person shall cast more than one vote for each
2candidate for whom he or she is eligible to vote. In elections
3for board members to be chosen from the active police officers,
4all active police officers and no others may vote. In elections
5for board members to be chosen from retired police officers,
6all retired police officers and no others may vote.
7 In case of a tie vote, the candidate currently (or in the
8case of an annuitant trustee, formerly) employed by the
9municipality having the greatest number of participating
10police officers at the time of the election shall be declared
11elected.
12 (e) The election shall be completed by December 1 of the
13year. The result shall be entered in the minutes of the meeting
14of the Board following the tally of votes.
15 (f) Each trustee so elected shall hold office for a term of
164 years and until his or her successor has been duly elected
17and qualified, except that the initial police officer trustees
18shall serve for terms of one, 2, or 3 years, as determined by
19lot at the first meeting of the Board. The initial annuitant
20trustees shall serve terms of 3 or 4 years, as determined by
21lot at the first meeting of the Board.
22 (40 ILCS 5/3-134) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-134)
23 Sec. 3-134. To submit annual list of Fund fund payments. To
24submit annually to the governing body of each participating
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1the municipality's fiscal year, a list of persons entitled to
2payments from the Fund that are chargeable to the account of
3the participating municipality fund, stating the amount of
4payments, and their purpose, as ordered by the Board board. It
5shall also include items of income accrued to the account of
6the participating municipality fund during the fiscal year. The
7list shall be signed by the secretary and president of the
8Board board, and attested under oath. A resolution or order for
9the payment of money shall not be valid unless approved by a
10majority of the Board board members, and signed by the
11president and secretary of the Board board.
12(Source: P.A. 83-1440.)
13 (40 ILCS 5/3-135) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-135)
14 Sec. 3-135. To invest funds. To determine the limitations
15on the amounts of cash to be invested in order to maintain such
16cash balances as may be deemed advisable to meet current
17annuity, benefit, and expense requirements, and to invest the
18remaining available cash in securities, in accordance with the
19prudent person investment rule and the other provisions of this
20Article. Beginning on the consolidation date, the Article 1 and
211A restrictions on the investment of Article 3 Funds no longer
22apply, except to the extent that they do not also apply to
23Article 7 of this Code. Beginning January 1, 1998, the board
24shall invest funds in accordance with Sections 1-113.1 through
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1(Source: P.A. 90-507, eff. 8-22-97.)
2 (40 ILCS 5/3-140.5 new)
3 Sec. 3-140.5. Custodian. The Board shall appoint one or
4more custodians to receive and hold the assets of the Fund on
5such terms as the Board may agree.
6 (40 ILCS 5/3-141) (from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-141)
7 Sec. 3-141. Annual report by treasurer. On the 2nd Tuesday
8in May annually through 2020, the treasurer of the municipality
9and all other officials of the municipality who had the custody
10of any pension funds herein provided, shall make a sworn
11statement to the pension board, and to the mayor and council or
12president and board of trustees of the municipality, of all
13moneys received and paid out by them on account of the pension
14fund during the year, and of the amount of funds then on hand
15and owing to the pension fund. The final report required under
16this subsection shall be due in May of 2020 and shall include
17the period up to and including the consolidation of the
18municipality's pension fund into the Downstate Police Pension
19Fund. All surplus then remaining with any official other than
20the treasurer shall be paid to the treasurer of the
21municipality or as directed by the Board. Upon demand of the
22Board pension board, any official shall furnish a statement
23relative to the official method of collection or handling of
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1be produced at any time by him for examination and inspection
2by the Board board.
3(Source: P.A. 83-1440.)
4 (40 ILCS 5/3-141a new)
5 Sec. 3-141a. Deposit and disposition of funds; custodian.
6 (a) All money received by the Board shall immediately be
7deposited with the custodian for the account of the Fund. All
8payments from the accounts of the Fund shall be made by the
9custodian only, and only by a check or draft signed by the
10president of the board or the executive director, as the board
11may direct. Such checks and drafts shall be drawn only upon
12proper authorization by the board as properly recorded in the
13official minute books of the meetings of the Board.
14 (b) The assets of the Pension Fund shall be invested as one
15fund, and no particular person or municipality shall have any
16right in any specific security or in any item of cash other
17than an undivided interest in the whole.
18 (c) If a participating municipality terminates
19participation because it fails to meet the requirements of
20Section 3-103, it shall pay to the Fund the amount equal to any
21net debit balance in its municipality account and any account
22receivable. Its successors, assigns, and transferees of its
23assets shall be obligated to make this payment to the extent of
24the value of assets transferred to them. The Fund shall pay an
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1municipality, its successors or assigns. Any remaining net
2debit or credit balance not collectible or payable shall be
3transferred to a terminated municipality reserve account. The
4Fund shall pay to each police officer of the participating
5municipality an amount equal to his or her credits in the
6employee reserves. The employees shall have no further rights
7to any benefits from the Fund, except that annuities awarded
8prior to the date of termination shall continue to be paid.
9 (40 ILCS 5/3-141b new)
10 Sec. 3-141b. Authorizations.
11 (a) Each participating municipality shall:
12 (1) deduct all normal and additional contributions
13 from each payment of earnings payable to each participating
14 employee who is entitled to any earnings from the
15 municipality, and remit all normal and additional
16 contributions immediately to the Board; and
17 (2) pay to the Board contributions required by this
18 Article.
19 (b) Each participating employee shall, by virtue of the
20payment of contributions to this Fund, receive a vested
21interest in the annuities and benefits provided in this Article
22and in consideration of such vested interest shall be deemed to
23have agreed and authorized the deduction from earnings of all
24contributions payable to this Fund in accordance with this
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1 (c) Payment of earnings less the amounts of contributions
2provided in this Article shall be a full and complete discharge
3of all claims for payment for services rendered by any employee
4during the period covered by any such payment.
5 (40 ILCS 5/3-141c new)
6 Sec. 3-141c. Executive director. The executive director
7shall be in charge of the general administration of the Fund
8and shall have such special powers and duties as may be
9properly delegated or assigned by the Board from time to time.
10Such general administrative duties shall include: the
11computation of the amounts of annuities, benefits, prior
12service credits, and contributions required for reinstatement
13of credits for Board consideration; the processing of approved
14benefit claims and expenses of administration for payment; the
15placing of any and all matters before the Board which require
16action or are in the interest of the Board or the Fund; the
17preparation and maintenance of necessary and proper records for
18administrative and actuarial purposes; the conduct of any
19necessary or desirable communications in the course of
20operations of the Fund; and the carrying out of any actions of
21the Board which are so delegated.
22 (40 ILCS 5/3-141d new)
23 Sec. 3-141d. Actuary.
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1Board. In addition to general advice, the actuary shall
2specifically be responsible for and shall make a general
3investigation, at least once every 3 years, of the experience
4of the participating municipalities as to mortality,
5disability, retirement, separation, marital status of
6employees, marriage of surviving spouses, interest, and
7employee earnings rates, and to make recommendations as a
8result of any such investigation as to:
9 (1) the actuarial tables to be used for computing
10 annuities and benefits and for determining the premiums for
11 disability and death benefit purposes;
12 (2) the tables to be used in any regular actuarial
13 valuations; and
14 (3) the prescribed rate of interest.
15 (b) The actuary shall make the computations of municipality
16obligations, contribution rates including annual valuations of
17the liabilities and reserves for present and prospective
18annuities and benefits, and certify to the correctness thereof.
19 (c) The actuary shall advise the Board on any matters of an
20actuarial nature affecting the Fund.
21 Section 90. The State Mandates Act is amended by adding
22Section 8.42 as follows:
23 (30 ILCS 805/8.42 new)
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1of this Act, no reimbursement by the State is required for the
2implementation of any mandate created by this amendatory Act of
3the 100th General Assembly.
4 Section 99. Effective date. This Act takes effect upon
5becoming law, except that Section 10 takes effect January 1,
62020.

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1 INDEX
2 Statutes amended in order of appearance
3 40 ILCS 5/3-101from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-101
4 40 ILCS 5/3-101.1 new
5 40 ILCS 5/3-101.2 new
6 40 ILCS 5/3-108.2a new
7 40 ILCS 5/3-109.5 new
8 40 ILCS 5/3-111from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-111
9 40 ILCS 5/3-111.1from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-111.1
10 40 ILCS 5/3-112from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-112
11 40 ILCS 5/7-199.5 new
12 40 ILCS 5/3-102.1 new
13 40 ILCS 5/3-103from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-103
14 40 ILCS 5/3-103.9 new
15 40 ILCS 5/3-104 new
16 40 ILCS 5/3-105from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-105
17 40 ILCS 5/3-108.2
18 40 ILCS 5/3-108.3
19 40 ILCS 5/3-110from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-110
20 40 ILCS 5/3-110.7
21 40 ILCS 5/3-125from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-125
22 40 ILCS 5/3-125.1from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-125.1
23 40 ILCS 5/3-128from Ch. 108 1/2, par. 3-128
24 40 ILCS 5/3-128.1 new
25 40 ILCS 5/3-128.2 new

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