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The Police Service of Northern Ireland Pensions (Amendment) Regulations 2006

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Ordinary and short service pensions

9.  For Parts I and II of Schedule B there is substituted—

PART IMEMBER'S ORDINARY PENSIONS

1.  Subject to paragraph 6 and Parts VII and VIII of this Schedule, the pension shall be calculated as follows.

2.(1) This paragraph applies where all the service by virtue of which the member’s pensionable service is reckonable was full-time.

(2) The amount of the annual pension shall be half of the member’s average pensionable pay with the addition of an amount equal to two sixtieths of that pay, multiplied by the period in years by which his pensionable service exceeds 25 years.

(3) Sub-paragraph (2) is subject to paragraph 5.

3.(1) This paragraph applies where—

(a)some or all of the service by virtue of which the member’s pensionable service is reckonable was part-time, and

(b)if the part-time service had been full-time service, his pensionable service would not exceed 30 years.

(2) The amount of the annual pension is given by the formula—

where—

N is the amount that the pension would be if all the pensionable service were full-time service,

R is the period in years of his pensionable service, and

Q is the period that would be the period in years of his pensionable service if periods of part-time service were reckonable as if they were periods of full-time service.

(3) Sub-paragraph (2) is subject to paragraph 5.

4.(1) This paragraph applies where—

(a)some or all of the service by virtue of which the member’s pensionable service is reckonable was part-time, and

(b)if the part-time service had been full-time service, his pensionable service would exceed 30 years.

(2) The amount of the annual pension is given by the formula—

where—

N is two thirds of the member’s average pensionable pay, and

R is the period in years of his pensionable service.

(3) Sub-paragraph (2) is subject to paragraph 5.

5.  The amount of the pension may not exceed two thirds of the member’s average pensionable pay.

6.  If the amount of the pension a member would be entitled to in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 4 would be less than it would have been if the member had become entitled to receive an ordinary pension by retiring after due notice at an earlier date, then, subject to paragraph 5 and to Parts VII and VIII of this Schedule, the pension is to be a pension of that amount instead.

7.  For the purposes of paragraph 6, any difference in those amounts attributable to a pension debit is disregarded.

PART IIMEMBER'S SHORT SERVICE PENSION

1.  Subject to Parts VII and VIII of this Schedule, the pension shall be calculated as follows.

2.  In the case of a member all of whose service by virtue of which his pensionable service is reckonable was full-time, the amount of the annual pension shall be equal to the aggregate of—

(a)an amount equal to one sixtieth of the member’s average pensionable pay, multiplied by the period in years of his pensionable service up to 20 years, and

(b)an amount equal to two sixtieths of that pay, multiplied by the period in years by which his pensionable service exceeds 20 years.

3.  In the case of a member any of whose service by virtue of which his pensionable service is reckonable was part-time, the amount of the annual pension is given by the formula—

where—

N is the amount that the annual pension would be if all the pensionable service were full-time service,

R is the period in years of his pensionable service, and

Q is the period that would be the period in years of his pensionable service if periods of part-time service were reckonable as if they were periods of full-time service..

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