Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 513-14-1-.12 - Status Description and Administrative Coding

(1) The following classifications will be used to define the various status descriptions of membership:
(a) ACTIVE: Currently employed as a peace officer in a qualified position; dues paid up on a current basis; working an average of 40 or more hours per week; receiving service credit for this employment. CODE: "A".
(b) DECEASED: Deceased member, death payments not yet completed. CODE: "D". Deceased member, All payments completed and file closed. CODE: "E" OR "S".
(c) INACTIVE: Has been Active, but not currently employed as a peace officer in a qualified position; OR currently employed but dues now in a delinquent state; OR working less than 40 hours per week. Not receiving service credit for this period of time. CODE: "I".
(d) INACTIVE: Withdrawn from plan, has received refund of contributions. CODE: "J".
(e) LEAVE OF ABSENCE: Not now employed as a peace officer in qualified position, but dues currently being paid and service credit being accumulated (maximum of 12 months during total membership). Special status granted by Board Action. CODE "L".
(f) MILITARY: Currently on Active Military Duty. Up to five years of service accumulation, no dues required while in this status. CODE: "M".
(g) PAID-UP: Vested in service credit and dues payment, but not yet of retirement age. Not receiving any further service credit while in this status. CODE: "P".
(h) RETIRED: Receiving a monthly pension. Not receiving further service credit. CODE: "R".
(i) TERMINATED: Previously retired, not now eligible to receive pension, i.e. Surviving spouse who has remarried. CODE: "T".
(j) UNDETERMINED: Previous member whose status is now in question. CODE: "Z".


Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 513-14-1-.12
O.C.G.A. Sec. 47-17-24, 47-17-44, Ga. L. 1956, p. 280.
Original Rule entitled "Dues Not Required from Surviving Spouse" adopted. F. Nov. 25, 1985; eff. Apr. 1, 1962. Repealed: F. Mar. 24, 1991; eff. Apr. 14, 1991. Amended: Rule entitled "Status Description and Administrative Coding" adopted. F. Oct. 2, 1995; eff. Oct. 22, 1995.

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