Each year in July, the Board of Fire and Police Pension Commissioners elects its Officers of the Board to serve one-year terms. On June 3, 2021, the Board authorized a one-time waiver of its Governance Policies that limit the current President and Vice President from serving more than one term consecutively. On July 15, 2021, the Board re-elected Brian Pendleton as President and Kenneth E. Buzzell as Vice President.
Effective July 1, 2021, Commissioner Belinda M. Vega was re-appointed by Mayor Eric Garcetti and confirmed by the City Council to serve a new five-year term ending June 30, 2026.
DROP Participants who are exiting, there is now a new feature available to you!
You now have the option to have your DROP funds rollover via wire transfer, for a minimal fee (currently $35 per wire transfer).
Active members! View your 2020 Annual Member Statement in MyLAFPP.
View and/or print your 2020 Annual Statement online. This statement summarizes your individual pension-related information as of December 31, 2020, including service credit, pension estimates (if eligible to retire), contributions and interest, spouse or domestic partner information, and beneficiary designation.
After an exhaustive search for a new Chief Investment Officer (CIO) by Korn Ferry, General Manager Ray Ciranna is excited to welcome Ray Joseph as the new CIO replacing Tom Lopez, who is retiring after over 40 years with LAFPP.
The City of Los Angeles Retirement Incentive Pay (RIP) is a program developed by the City and sworn labor unions to allow sworn employees who are retiring or entering DROP to include deferred salary increases as part of their pension benefit calculation or to apply toward their accrued leave (sick/vacation/overtime) payout at the time of retirement.