Section 36-21-61

Board of Commissioners of Alabama Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund - Creation; composition; qualifications, appointment and terms of office of members; vacancies.

There is created a board to be known as the Board of Commissioners of the Alabama Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund. The board shall consist of seven persons, one appointed by the Governor of the state for a period of six years, one elected by the members of the association to serve for a period of four years, one elected by the members of the order to serve for a period of four years, one elected by the members of the State Trooper Association, Inc., to serve for a period of four years, one designated by the Association of Chiefs of Police, one elected by the State Police Association to serve for a period of four years, and one elected by the Alabama Sheriff's Association, to serve for a period of four years. The first person elected by the association shall serve for a period of two years. Thereafter, each member of the board elected by the association shall serve for a period of four years. Any member of the board shall be eligible to succeed himself or herself. The term of each person appointed or elected to the board shall begin on the date of appointment or election, and any person so appointed or elected whose successor shall not have been appointed or elected shall continue to serve until the appointment or election of a successor. Any member of the board elected by the association or the order who shall cease to be a member of the association or order, as the case may be, during his or her incumbency shall be replaced as a member of the board by a member of the association or order, as the case may be, who shall be appointed by its executive committee for the then unexpired term.

(Acts 1969, No. 999, p. 1855, §2; Acts 1971, No. 1210, p. 2104, §2; Acts 1991, No. 91-569, p. 1050, §1; Acts 1993, No. 93-623, p. 1044, §1.)