The five-member board reviews all new or transferred Police Department employees into the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System and reports terminations from the system as required by State Statute.
- Current Agenda Revised
- Results - Most Current Listed First
- Joint Public Personnel Safety Board Meeting
Retirement requests and survivor benefits are also reviewed by the Board, as well as appeal hearings filed by Police employee members for the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System in the event there is a disagreement over the application of any rules or regulations of the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System.
Meetings held on an as needed basis.
Call 782-2350 for information.
Requirements: Must be a qualified elector and a resident for 1 year preceding appointment. Appointments are for a four-year term.
|Members (6)||Term Expires|
Merit Board Chairman
Debra Stapleton, HR Director - Secretary
PSPRS Fact Sheet
For your convenience, we have provided the PSPRS Fact Sheet, a two page infographic presentation of highlights and key points from our 11 Year Pay-down plan for the City’s PSPRS Unfunded Liability. The first page focuses on background that explains the factors that contributed to the Unfunded Liability and the second page focuses on the City of Chandler’s plan to correct the structural deficit and pay-down the Unfunded Liability by FY2024-25.