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Misconduct Investigations and Pension Forfeiture -- presented by L.E. Dimensions

Discussion in 'Training Classes and Course Information' started by NEPS, Feb 12, 2020.

  1. NEPS

    NEPS 75th N.H.P.A.

    Misconduct Investigations and Pension Forfeiture

    Thursday, March 12, 2020
    8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

    Cost: $130

    Held at:
    Watertown Police Department
    552 Main Street
    Watertown, MA

    The employment consequences of misconduct investigations are well known—but what about the post-employment consequences of serious misconduct?

    Misconduct Investigations and Pension Forfeiture explains those post-employment consequences for managers, investigators,union officers,and employees who want to know everything that is at stake during an internal investigation. Attendees will learn:

    Ø What crimes and court activity trigger automatic forfeiture of a public employee's pension?
    Ø What right do public employers have to recover “misappropriated funds” directly from an employee’s pension deductions?
    Ø What kind of off-the-job activity —and employer action about it— can lead to pension forfeiture?
    Ø How can the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition of “excessive fines” rescue an employee from pension loss? Why is it so difficult to get this relief from a pension forfeiture?
    Ø What risks do successfully pensioned employees take by returning to part-time public service?
    Ø Is there a higher risk of pension forfeiture for law enforcement employees?
    Ø How can an employee lose his or her entitlement to employer payments towards health insurance during retirement even if the pension is not forfeit?

    Your instructor is Attorney John Peter Hoerr, recently retired as a captain from over 30 years of service in municipal and university policing and a veteran of conducting internal investigations.

    To Enroll: Please send to [email protected]

    · Name of Department
    · Address of Department
    · Names of Attendee(s)
    · Email addresses of Attendee(s)
    · Name of person to receive INVOICE
    · Email address of person to receive INVOICE
    · SUBJECT LINE of email is: WATERTOWN 03/12
  2. j809

    j809 Subscribing Member

    Haha why would you want to take this course unless you’re a corrupt screwup ?

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  3. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special

    Maybe, just maybe IA types could get something out of it?
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  4. Bloodhound

    Bloodhound MassCops Member

    Perhaps in the event that you're a union official who has to defend corrupt screwups.
  5. Hush

    Hush Moderator Staff Member

    Why on earth would we want to defend corrupt screwups?
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  6. NEPS

    NEPS 75th N.H.P.A.

    The training is useful for investigators when the allegations involve theft or crime. And tomorrow's corrupt screw up is today's allegedly corrupt screw up awaiting a decision, so, this training is useful for union officials too.
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  7. Sooty

    Sooty Administrator

    Who investigates the corrupt investigators?
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  8. kdk240

    kdk240 MassCops Member

    Or even better, like an agency that quickly "hired," recently "retired" people from 2 of the most un reputable agencies' i can think of as "independent" i.a. investigators.
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  9. NEPS

    NEPS 75th N.H.P.A.

    @Sooty: Your question is an eternal one, well beyond the bounds of this course.
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  10. USAF3424

    USAF3424 MassCops Member

    Rats. I’d never take the IAD or Anti-Corruption job. People sell their soul for that Sgt Det rating and forget where they came from.
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  11. NEPS

    NEPS 75th N.H.P.A.

    Space still available for Misconduct Investigations and Pension forfeiture.
    Your questions about how pensions (and retirement health care benefits) can be lost are answered on March 12, 2020 in Watertown.

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