LEOFF Police

Health Plans: LEOFF Police Retirees

The Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters (LEOFF) Retirement System is a defined benefit plan that provides a secure, formula-driven income for retirement. Plan participation is determined by when you first became a member.

LEOFF Plan 1 is for employees who became members before October 1, 1977. LEOFF 1 Police retirees have medical coverage through the Washington State Department of Retirement System. LEOFF 1 dependents can buy medical coverage through the City of Seattle.

LEOFF Plan 2 is for employees who first became members on or after October 1, 1977. LEOFF 2 Police retirees and dependents can purchase medical coverage through the City. Get retiree medical plan documents and contact information.Go to the Washington State Department of Retirement System webpage at http://drs.wa.gov/member/systems/leoff/ for plan handbooks, as well as information on disability benefits, military service credit, retirement planning FAQs, working after retirement, and purchasing service credit.

LEOFF 2 Premium rate sheets for retired Police medical plans

You may choose from a Most or Police under age 65 retiree plan.

Medical plan information if you are an under age 65 retiree:

Police Under Age 65 Retirees

Aetna Preventive

Aetna Traditional

Kaiser Permanente Standard

Kaiser Permanente Deductible

"Most" Under Age 65 Retirees

Aetna Preventive

Aetna Traditional

Kaiser Permanente Standard

Kaiser Permanente Deductible

Medical plan information if you are an age 65 or older retiree (Medicare-eligible):

2021 Age 65 and Over Benefit Highlights

Understanding Basic Medicare Presentation

Aetna   

Kaiser Permanente MAPD3

Kaiser Medicare Advantage Plans Presentation

Kaiser Permanente MAPD4

United Heathcare

If you want your medical premium payments to be deducted from your pension check:

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