Welcome to the ORS website for Michigan State Police. Membership in the retirement plan is automatic for enlisted officers who have completed recruit school and subscribed to the constitutional oath of office before June, 2012.
If you became part of the Michigan State Police in June of 2012 or later, you are a member of the Pension Plus plan. Your website is www.mipensionplus.org/statepolice.
If you work for the Michigan State Police but are not an enlisted officer, you may have retirement benefits as a state of Michigan employee. Click here to see if you are a member of the State Employees' Retirement System.
We encourage our enlisted Michigan State Police members to and come back often for important information.
At this time, we are canceling all scheduled workshops and office visits UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Revised on August 23, 2021
You may have heard that the State of Michigan retiree healthcare plan for Medicare-eligible retirees and covered dependents will be switching to a Medicare Advantage (MA) plan effective Jan. 1, 2020. These changes do not apply to persons retiring from the State Police enlisted unit on or after Oct. 1, 1987. For updated information go to the Michigan Civil Service Commission Employee Benefits website under the Retiree Information page
Published on November 6, 2019
Other Items of Interest
- Connections Read the latest Connections, the newsletter we deliver twice a year to our retirees.
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFRs)
The Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports contain a wealth of interesting figures and statistics about the State Police Retirement System.
- About the State Police Retirement System The Michigan State Police Retirement System is a statewide public employee retirement plan administered by the Office of Retirement Services.
- Retirement Act: Public Act 182 of 1986 The operation of State Police Retirement System is controlled by the State Police Retirement Act—Public Act 182 of 1986, as amended.