• Fallen New Haven Officer Honored

    New Haven Police Det. Andrew Faggio’s name will be added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C., after an aggressive campaign by the AFSCME Law Enforcement Committee. Detective Faggio was on his way to a stake out when he suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile accident.

    Member Needs Assistance

    Brothers & Sisters, Officer Christopher Tyler is a West Hartford Police Officer and a Member of FOP Lodge #27 here in Connecticut. He and his family are in need of our support. Let us show them what it means to be a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and how we take care of our own! When you make your donation please add your Lodge # to the end. (John Smith; Lodge #1).

    Training Opportunity - FREE

    C.O.P.S. Presents:“Traumas of Law Enforcement In its 21st year, the “Traumas of Law Enforcement” has been said to be “the best training I have taken in my entire law enforcement career” by many who have attended. Each year, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.
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    Press Release

    America's Largest Police Union Calls on Members to Boycott Tarantino 11/02/2015 Chuck Canterbury, National President of the Fraternal Order of Police, called on the organization's members to boycott Mr. Quentin Tarantino's film, The Hateful Eight, which is scheduled to be released later this year.

    ATTENTION - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    ATTENTION - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 30, 2015 - STATEMENT FROM NATIONAL FOP PRESIDENT CANTERBURY IN RESPONSE TO PRESIDENT OBAMA'S TELEVISED REMARKS RECOGNIZING THAT THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE MUST BE PART OF THE SOLUTION.


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       The Fraternal Order of Police is the nation's largest law enforcement organization, with over 325,000 members and over 2,100 lodges throughout the United States. Founded in 1915, the F.O.P. represents professional, full time officers from all agencies of law enforcement. Active membership in the Fraternal Order of Police is open to all full time law enforcement officers and retired officers, regardless of rank. Municipal, county, state and federal government officers are eligible for membership.

       The F.O.P. is law enforcement officers striving to improve their profession by improving working conditions, wages and benefits and by monitoring legislation affecting law enforcement on the local, state and national levels.

       A Local Lodge is a fraternal organization made up of law enforcement officers from a given community or area. The Local Lodge is an independent body in the conduct of its own affairs. The Local Lodge officers are elected and Constitution and By-Laws are drafted and approved in conformity with State and National By-Laws. The activities of the Local Lodge in its own community are innumerable. Each Local Lodge is a member of the State Lodge and is represented at state board meetings and conferences by trustees and delegates elected by the local membership.

       The Connecticut State Lodge has its own Executive Board and Board of Trustees with its own Constitution and By-Laws. The Connecticut State Lodge provides specific programs and assistance needed for the Local Lodges of Connecticut. The State Lodge also assists with many different charitable organizations and groups within Connecticut.

      Although we do not represent Connecticut police officers in collective bargaining, all members are Connecticut police officers and we support responsible collective bargaining.

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