Firefighter and police relief association reporting
Economic interest statements and certification of filings
Firefighter and police relief association board members and the chief administrative officer
must file annual statements of economic interest with their associations
An economic interest statement must be completed annually by each board member and the chief administrative officer of volunteer firefighter relief associations and paid firefighter and police relief associations that have less than $8 million in assets.
The chief administrative officer is the person who has primary responsibility for the execution of the administrative or management affairs of the relief association.
The statement of economic interest must be filed annually with the chief administrative officer of the relief association. They must be made available for public inspection during regular office hours at the relief association's office. The statements should not be sent to the Campaign Finance Board.Get the relief association economic interest statement form
Chief administrative officer must file certification of economic interest statements with the Board by January 15
By January 15 each year, the chief administrative officer of the relief association must submit a certified listing of individuals who filed a statement of economic Interest form to the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board. The form must list all individuals who have filed an economic interest statement with the relief association during the preceding 12 months, along with the address of the office at which the statements are available for public inspection. The statements should not be sent with the certification.
If you need more information about pension fund requirements, please visit the state auditor’s websiteGet the relief association certification form