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  • Concise Guide to 0083 Federal Police

    For anyone looking for info about uniformed federal police jobs/agencies the following is a concise guide to Federal Police series 0083.

    ⦁ US Park Police (Full service LE)(6c retirement)
    ⦁ Bureau of Indian Affairs Police (Full service LE)(6c retirement)
    ⦁ Dept of the Army Civilian Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ Dept of the Navy Civilian Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ Marine Corps Civilian LE Program (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ Dept of the Air force Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ Veterans Affairs Police Service (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ Defense Logistics Agency Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ Government Publishing Office Police (Security / Police)(FERS) Credit: Orlandofed5-0.
    ⦁ National Zoo Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ US Supreme Court Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement)
    ⦁ US Capitol Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement)
    ⦁ US Secret Service UD Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement)
    - CIA Sec Protective Services Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement) Credit: Orlandofed5-0.
    ⦁ Pentagon FPA Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
    ⦁ US Mint, FBI, NSA, DIA, NASA, etc. (Security / Police)(FERS)

    Nearly every federal agency has it's own uniformed police to provide protection on their property or in the buildings.
    Very few 0083 jobs will allow you to take your duty weapon home or give you a take home vehicle.
    The federal pay scale does not tell the whole story. With OT, Night differentials and Sunday premiums you will make more. Many agencies/locations have special rate pay. Search "0083" on USAJobs for job listings.

    Reference key:
    (Security / Police) = 50/50 Security and police work. Each job site is different, Some may do mostly LE, some may do almost none.
    (6c retirement) = Federal LE retirement in 20 years with 1.7% per year, 1% per year after 20.
    (FERS) = Federal retirement in 30 years with 1% per year base pay.
    Last edited by Marshal40; 03-30-2020, 02:48 PM. Reason: Updates
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    Put this up for anyone who needs it. I have too much free time temporarily home on family care leave to take care of my Wife and I ran out of whiskey. Any and all corrections or additions are welcome.
    You miss every shot you don't take.

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    • #3
      This is helpful.

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      • #4
        There's no such agency as the "National Gallery of Art Police".... It's the National Gallery of Art Protective Services and is primarily a guard force (0085 with limited arrest powers) and a very limited police officer force.

        You also missed the Government Publishing Office Police.

        CIA Security Protective Services has a 20 year retirement.
        I don't answer recruitment messages....

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        • Marshal40
          Marshal40 commented
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          Thank you, changes have been made.

      • #5
        Originally posted by Marshal40 View Post
        For anyone looking for info about uniformed federal police jobs/agencies the following is a concise guide to Federal Police series 0083.

        ⦁ US Park Police (Full service LE)(6c retirement)
        ⦁ Bureau of Indian Affairs Police (Full service LE)(6c retirement)
        ⦁ Dept of the Army Civilian Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ Dept of the Navy Civilian Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ Marine Corps Civilian LE Program (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ Dept of the Air force Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ Veterans Affairs Police Service (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ Defense Logistics Agency Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ National Gallery of Art Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ National Zoo Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ US Supreme Court Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement)
        ⦁ US Capitol Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement)
        ⦁ US Secret Service UD Police (Security / Police)(6c retirement)
        ⦁ Pentagon FPA Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ Federal Protective Service Police (Security / Police)(FERS)
        ⦁ US Mint, FBI, CIA, NSA, DIA, NASA, etc. (Security / Police)(FERS)

        Nearly every federal agency has it's own uniformed police to provide protection on their property or in the buildings.
        Very few 0083 jobs will allow you to take your duty weapon home or give you a take home vehicle.
        The federal pay scale does not tell the whole story. With OT, Night differentials and Sunday premiums you will make more. Many agencies/locations have special rate pay. Search "0083" on USAJobs for job listings.

        Reference key:
        (Security / Police) = 50/50 Security and police work. Each job site is different, Some may do mostly LE, some may do almost none.
        (6c retirement) = Federal LE retirement in 20 years with 1.7% per year, 1% per year after 20.
        (FERS) = Federal retirement in 30 years with 1% per year base pay.
        Good post, I'd add too, 6C retirement gets a social security supplement after your 20 years. Which makes your pension a lot more lucrative in the end.

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        • Marshal40
          Marshal40 commented
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          Nice, Thank you and I believe FERS has a SS supplement from 57 to 62 as well if you qualify for normal retirement.

        • Exbpa340
          Exbpa340 commented
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          It’s the same thing... it’s based on SS but is commonly referred to as the FERS supplemental. Retiring on an immediate annuity at age 50 or later (with 20 covered/6C/12D years) gets you the supplemental, The supplemental is based on years in FERS and is based on SS earnings at 62. An Officer/Agent with 20 years FERS covered time at 50 would get 50 percent of what is SS would be at 62. If you do 30 years you’d get 75 percent (based on SS and 40 years used by SS).

          Normal FERS retirees are entitled to the Supplemental but need to log 30 years and reach their MRA (which is 57 for most).

          The Supplemental ends at age 62 and one can then file for SS.
          Last edited by Exbpa340; 03-30-2020, 12:27 PM.

      • #6
        The Federal Protective Service Police use to be 0083. They have been switch to a 1801 position. The officers are called "Inspectors." They are still FERS, no 6C coverage. They are GS 7 to 12 non-competitive.

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        • Marshal40
          Marshal40 commented
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          Thank you I forgot about that change. I will update the list.

      • #7
        You are eligible for 6C/12D retirement with 20 years of covered service and are at least age 50 -OR- 25 years of covered service with no minimum age.

        For ex: You are hired at age 28 in a 6c/12d position. You hit your 20 year mark at age 48. However, you ARE NOT retirement eligible until you turn 50. If you are hired at age 23 in a 6c/12d position, you hit your 25 year mark at age 48 and you ARE eligible to retire without having to reach age 50.

        There are a few other 6c/12d twists, but thats the general summary.

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        • Exbpa340
          Exbpa340 commented
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          I second this and would add the following -

          Higher pension percentage - 1.7 vs 1.0 earned for first 20 years
          Earlier access to the Supplemental
          Earlier access to TSP - at 50 (if retiring at 50) vs 55
          Higher high 3 - Premium pay is included (LEAP. AUO, BPAPRA,COPRA)

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