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Police Pension Scheme (PPS 1987) and New Police Pension Scheme (NPPS 2006)

Police Pension Scheme 1987 deferred benefits

If you rejoin the police force

You will have the option to combine your deferred pension benefits to pensionable service in your new employment. You should read the information in the New Police Pension Scheme guide before making a decision. If you would like to combine your benefits, please contact us if you have rejoined Hampshire Constabulary, or contact your new employer.

Transferring your benefits

You may decide to transfer your deferred pension benefits to another pension scheme. To investigate this, please approach your new pension provider.

To claim your deferred pension

Please contact us three months before your deferred pension benefits are due to be paid. If you have left service, your deferred benefits can be paid from age 60.

New Police Pension Scheme 2006 deferred benefits

If you rejoin the police force

You will have the option to combine your deferred pension benefits to pensionable service in your new employment. You should read the information in the New Police Pension Scheme guide before making a decision. If you would like to combine your benefits, please contact us if you have rejoined Hampshire Constabulary, or contact your new employer.

Transferring your benefits

You may decide to transfer your deferred pension benefits to another pension scheme. To investigate this, please approach your new pension provider.

To claim your deferred pension

Please contact us three months before your deferred pension benefits are due to be paid.

  • If you have left service, your deferred benefits can be paid from age 65, or from age 55 with reductions
  • If still in service, your deferred benefits can be paid when you leave, if you are age 55 or older at the time
  • Benefits paid before age 65 are reduced for early payment