When you call our LAFPP offices, we now have a phone tree to get you to the service or information you need, quickly and efficiently.
You may now view and/or print your 2018 Annual Statement. This statement summarizes your individual pension-related information by providing employee information, service credit, pension estimates (if eligible to retire), contributions and interest, spouse or domestic partner information, and beneficiary designations as of December 31, 2018.
Due to the high volume of applicants prior to February 1, 2019 amendments, recent DROP enrollees may find variations of their status in MyLAFPP.
On June 20, 2019, George Aliano attended his last official meeting as Commissioner of the Board of Fire and Police Pensions (Board).
RUNOFF ELECTION RESULTS POLICE DEPARTMENT RETIRED MEMBER BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE PENSION COMMISSIONERS
LAFPP welcomes Commissioner Garrett W. Zimmon, the Police Department Retired Member-elect of the Board of Fire and Police Pension Commissioners! Commissioner Zimmon will be sworn into office in early July 2019 to fulfill his fiduciary responsibilities as a Board member.