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Marco Island Lire re Ld DIRECTIVE To: All Sworn Personnel Subject: Issuance Guidelines for MIPD Retirement / H.B 218 Badges & ID's Effective Date: 1003/18 PURPOSE The purpose of this Directive is to establish clear requirements for attaining the official status of “Swom Police Retired", "Civilian Police Retired", and / or “H.R. 218 Law Enforcement officers Safety Act Compliant’, and to establish guidelines for the issuance of associated Marco Island Police Department badges and/or identification cards. REQUIREMENTS "Swom Police Retired’ - the employee must: * Serve a minimum of twenty (20) years of full-time swom service with the Marco Island Police Department, or (10) ten years with the Marco Island Police Department and (10) ten or more additional years as a full-time police officer (or equivalent i.e. Deputy, Agent, Detective) with another civilian law enforcement agency in the United States + The twenty (20) year requirement may include time served in the status of disability due to on-duty injury. Such determination shall be made by the Chief of Police with a review and recommendation by the command staff. * Member must be retiring in good standing — Not under internal investigation Retiring sworn police personnel shall be eligible to receive both a retirement badge and retirement identification card. All retirement badges, retirement identification shall be distributed in accordance with the provisions set forth below: 1. Upon deciding to retire, the retiring employee will contact the Administrative Captain and submit a written request for a retirement badge and/or retirement identification card, attesting to meeting the agencies requirements. 2. This request will be reviewed for eligibility and will be forwarded to the Chief of Police for approval. 3. Employees will be issued the retirement ID upon departure from the agency, and retirement badge as soon as practical based on notification lead time and vendor ability 4. All other Department issued badges and identification cards (excluding HR218 Cards) will be returned to the Department. 5. Acopy of all documents associated with the request and issuance will be placed in the retiring member's personnel file. “Civilian Police Retired" - the employee must: Retiring ci Serve a minimum of twenty (20) years of service with this the Marco Island Police Department, or (10) ten years with the Marco Island Police Department and (10) ten or more additional years as a service with another civilian law enforcement agency in the United States. Member must be retiring in good standing — Not under internal investigation. lian police personnel shall be eligible to receive a retirement identification card. Retirement identification shall be distributed in accordance with the provisions set forth below. 1 Upon deciding to retire, the retiring employee will contact the Administrative Captain and submit a written request for a retirement identification card, attesting to meeting the agencies requirements. This request will be reviewed for eligibility and will be forwarded to the Chief of Police for approval. Employees will be issued the retirement ID upon departure from the agency. All other Department issued identification cards (excluding HR218 Cards) will be returned to the Department A copy of all documents associated with the request and issuance will be placed in the retiring member's personnel file. “H.R, 218 Law Enforcement officers Safety Act Compliant’, " - the employee must meet the “qualified Active Law Enforcement Officer’ or “Qualified Retired Law Enforcement Officer” definitions: Qualified active law enforcement officer is defined as meeting all below criteria’ ‘An employee of a government agency; Authorized by law to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation, prosecution or the incarceration of any person for any violation of law or has statutory Powers of arrest or apprehension under the Uniform Code of Mllitary Justice; |s authorized by the agency to carry a firearm; 's not the subject of any disciplinary action by the agency which could result in suspension or loss of police powers; Meets the standards, if any, established by the agency which require the employee to. regularly qualify in the use of a firearm; |s not under the influence of alcohol or another intoxicating or hallucinatory drug or substance; |s not prohibited by Federal law from possessing a firearm. Qualified retired law enforcement officer is defined as an individual who meets all below criteria: Has separated from service in good standing with a government agency as a law enforcement officer for an aggregate of ten (10) years or more or separated from such an agency due to a service-connected disability after completing any applicable probationary period of such service; © Page? + Was authorized by law to engage in or supervise the prevention, detection, investigation prosecution or the incarceration of any person for any violation of law or had statutory Powers of arrest or apprehension under the Uniform Code of Military Justice; + Is not under the influence of alcohol or another intoxicating or hallucinatory drug or substance; * Is not prohibited by Federal law from possessing a firearm. Mareo Island Police Department personnel who are H.R. 218 Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act Compliant eligible may receive a HR218 identification card to be distributed in accordance with the provisions set forth below: 1. Contact the Administrative Captain and submit a written request for a HR218 identification card, attesting to meeting the designated requirements 2. This request will be reviewed for eligibility and will be forwarded to the Chief of Police for approval 3. Employees will be issued the HR218 ID as soon as practical based on notification and review 4. A copy of all documents associated with the request and issuance will be placed in the requesting member's personnel file. ELIGIBILITY All currently members of the Marco Island Police Department All Marco Island Police Department personnel who have separated or retired from the department prior to the effective date of this directive (Must meet all eligibility criteria and follow the same request procedures) Current, separated & retired members seeking to use time in service at a former law enforcement agency must provide a letter from their former agency providing the following 1. Dates of credible service as a full-time law enforcer’) er; 2. Separation in good standing. Kr SS SS 1 Schettino SS Chief of Police © Page 3