General Questions and Awnsers


Do you have a question that you'd like to see added to the FAQ area of the website, or suggestions to make the ctpac.com website more useful?
if so please email PAC at pac@ctpac.com

 

 

If the VP List shows an incorrect or mis-spelled name or department, how can this be brought to someone's attention?
Send an e-mail to pac@ctpac.com.


Insurance Questions
How do I take advantage of the group insurance?

Contact Ken Heiser of Financial Advisory Network by email at kheiser@news.nef.com for group insurance information. You must be able to provide a copy of your membership card....

What do I get for being an member?
Active membership in the association entitles an officer to be paid the following benefits for all injuries that occur in the line of duty - including heart attack and/or hypertension (in some cases).

•Seven dollars per calendar day for all days for which the officer is unable to perform duty from the first day of injury to the last day before he or she returns to duty (including days off) to a maximum of 182 days per injury.

•For any injury that results in death (including heart disease or hypertension) - Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) plus $70 per week per child to the guardian of all dependent children from the date of death to that child's eighteenth birthday.

•Members of PAC are entitled to participate in a group life insurance program provided only to members of PAC at premiums that are a fantastic buy. See your local Vice President.

 

Membership Questions
How do I become a PAC Member?

Go to the Application area of the website for a membership application. Contact your vice president in your department. To determine your department's vice president, check the vice presidents list in the Application area. If your department does not have a v.p., then contact CTPAC using 1-888-99-Police (1-888-997-6542).

•Furthermore, the application file can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

How is CTPAC Setup?
The intent is to have a local vice-president with each department. He or she are responsible for all PAC activities such as, membership, insurance, emblems and stickers.

What do I get for being a member?
Active membership in the association entitles an officer to be paid the following benefits for all injuries that occur in the line of duty - including heart attack and/or hypertension (in some cases).

•Seven dollars per calendar day for all days for which the officer is unable to perform duty from the first day of injury to the last day before he or she returns to duty (including days off) to a maximum of 182 days per injury.

•For any injury that results in death (including heart disease or hypertension) - Fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000) plus $70 per week per child to the guardian of all dependent children from the date of death to that child's eighteenth birthday.

•Members of PAC are entitled to participate in a group life insurance program provided only to members of PAC at premiums that are a fantastic buy. See your local Vice President.