§ 22-1302.  Disqualification.
   (1)   Notwithstanding any other provision of this Title, no employee nor any beneficiary designated by or for any employee shall be entitled to receive any retirement or other benefit or payment of any kind except a return of contribution paid into the Retirement System, without interest, if such employee:
      (a)   pleads or is finally found guilty, or pleads no defense, in any court, to any of the following:
         (.1)   Perjury committed in connection with the employee's official duties or in any affidavit or proceeding concerning the employee's official duties or conduct;
         (.2)   Acceptance of a bribe for the performance, or affecting the performance or for the non- performance of the employee's official duties, or the offering or giving of a bribe to any other City employee or employee of the Commonwealth or of the United States for the performance or affecting the performance or for the non-performance of the employee's official duties;
         (.3)   Engaging in graft or corruption incident to or in connection with the employee's office or employment constituting a violation of the laws of the Commonwealth or the United States;
         (.4)   Theft, embezzlement, willful misapplication, or other illegal taking of funds or property of the City, or those of any official agency of the City, or agency, engaged in performing any governmental function for the City or the Commonwealth;
         (.5)   Malfeasance in office or employment;
         (.6)   Any offense designated as a "listed offense" under the Pennsylvania Registration of Sexual Offenders Act (Megan's Law), 42 Pa. C.S. § 9795.1 or its statutory equivalent in another jurisdiction, if committed incident to or in connection with the employee's office or employment; 186
         (.7)   Engaging in a conspiracy to commit any of the foregoing.

 

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   Added and subsequent subsection renumbered, Bill No. 110841 (approved December 21, 2011). Section 2 of Bill No. 110841 provides: "Effective Date; Applicability. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon becoming law, provided that the amendments to § 22-1302 of The Philadelphia Code, as set forth in Section 1, shall not be applied retroactively."