No. S 51
Prevention of Corruption Act
(Chapter 241)
Prevention of Corruption (Occupational Superannuation Scheme) Regulations 2003
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 4A of the Prevention of Corruption Act, the Prime Minister hereby makes the following Regulations:
PART I
PRELIMINARY
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Prevention of Corruption (Occupational Superannuation Scheme) Regulations 2003 and shall come into operation on 30th January 2003.
Definitions
2.—(1)  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“Award Appeal Authority” means the Minister or any other person appointed by the Minister under regulation 3(1)(b) to hear and determine any appeal in respect of any award of benefits made by any award officer;
“award officer” means an award officer appointed by the Minister under regulation 3(1)(a);
“Board” means the Board of Trustees appointed under section 19 of the Home Affairs Uniformed Services Superannuation Act (Cap. 126B);
“Central Provident Fund” or “CPF” means the Central Provident Fund established under the Central Provident Fund Act (Cap. 36);
“child” includes —
(a)a posthumous child;
(b)a step-child or an illegitimate child born before the date of the injury and wholly or mainly dependent upon the deceased officer for support; and
(c)an adopted child, adopted in accordance with any statutory provision before the date of injury, and dependent as aforesaid.
“CPIB officer” means a junior officer or a senior officer;
“compulsory retirement age”, in relation to a member, means the compulsory retirement age of that member determined in accordance with regulation 10;
“emoluments” in relation to a member, means the member’s monthly basic salary plus the monthly variable component;
“former member” means a member who transfers from the service in order to be appointed as a public officer in a pensionable scheme of service designated by the President under section 18(3)(a) of the Pensions Act (Cap. 225) or any other scheme of service;
“gross salary”, in relation to a member, means the basic salary, monthly variable component, non-pensionable component and non-pensionable variable payments only of the member’s total monthly salary;
“junior officer” means an officer appointed under the Corrupt Practices Investigation Service (Junior) Scheme of Service;
“member” means a member of the Scheme;
“previous pensionable service”, in relation to a member, means service in the public service in respect of which a pension, gratuity or other allowance would have been payable to the member under the Pensions Act had he not converted to be a member;
“reckonable service” has the meaning assigned to it in Part III;
“Retention Account”, in relation to a member who is a junior officer or a junior officer who is appointed a senior officer after 1st November 2001, means the Retention Account in the INVEST Fund maintained by the Board in respect of that member in accordance with the Home Affairs Uniformed Services (INVEST Fund) Regulations 2001
(G.N. No. S 485/2001);
“Retirement Account”, in relation to a member, means the Retirement Account in the INVEST Fund maintained by the Board in respect of that member in accordance with the Home Affairs Uniformed Services (INVEST Fund) Regulations 2001;
“senior officer” means an officer appointed under the Corrupt Practices Investigation Service (Senior) Scheme of Service.
(2)  For the purposes of these Regulations, any reference to the gross salary of any member shall be the monthly gross salary last drawn by the member at the material time.
Made this 25th day of January 2003.
EDDIE TEO CHAN SENG
Permanent Secretary,
Prime Minister’s Office,
Singapore.
[CPIB/2.3.2 V4; AG/LEG/SL/241/1998/1 Vol. 1]