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The Police Pension Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2015

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When transition member reaches normal pension age under the existing police pension scheme

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24.—(1) This paragraph applies in relation to a transition member with continuity of service who is receiving payment of a transition member’s ill-health pension under paragraph 23.

(2) When the member reaches normal pension age under the existing police pension scheme—

(a)the proportion of the transition member’s ill-health pension that represents the amount of pension mentioned in paragraph 23(5) ceases to be payable under this scheme;

(b)a pension becomes payable under the existing police pension scheme in accordance with sub-paragraph (3); and

(c)if the member is a 2006 transition member, a lump sum is not payable under regulation 28(1)(b) of the 2007 Regulations.

(3) A pension is payable under the existing police pension scheme as follows—

(a)for a 2006 transition member, a pension is payable under regulation 28(1)(a) of the 2007 Regulations; and

(b)for a 1987 transition member, an ill-health pension is payable under the 1987 scheme.

(4) For the purpose of sub-paragraph (3), in calculating the annual rate of pension payable under the existing police pension scheme the following are subtracted from the amount of pension calculated under that scheme—

(a)the proportion of the commutation amount (if any) that related to the amount of pension mentioned in paragraph 23(5); and

(b)an amount equal to any transfer payment made to another scheme before the member reached normal pension age under the existing police pension scheme.

(5) Before the amount in sub-paragraph (4)(a) is subtracted, it must be increased by the amount by which the annual rate of a pension of that amount would have been increased under PIA 1971 if—

(a)that pension was eligible to be so increased; and

(b)the beginning date for that pension was the date the transition member’s ill-health pension became payable.

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