The following statement has been published by the Scottish Public Pensions Agency
The Scottish Public Pensions Agency (SPPA) have advised that they will issue Annual
Benefit Statements for active members of the Police Pension Schemes (Scotland) by 31
To qualify for an Annual Benefit Statement, you must have been an active Scheme
member on 31 March 2020.
Your 2020 Annual Benefit Statement includes:
- Current Accrued Pension Benefits
- Current level of death benefits
- Lifetime Allowance information
To find out more, please visit the Annual Benefit Statement section of the SPPA
Website, www.pensions.gov.scot where you can:
- Use the Police Pension Calculator to project future estimates.
- View detailed guidance on your statement, including case studies.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions on Annual Benefits Statements.
The Annual Benefit Statement is a record of the value of pension accrued up to 31st March 2020, it is not a forecast of projections. For that you should use the SPPAs Police Pension calculator.
Members should however bare in mind that following a successful challenge by the Judges and Firefighters almost all public pension schemes are being amended for those affected by the transition. A number of related consultations and challenges are also ongoing. It is difficult then to have any degree of certainty on these figures. The publication of this statement is however a statutory requirement and at this time is a reflection of the situation as at 31st March 2020.
SPF would however encourage any members who has doubts regarding the pension scheme to reflect on this document.