• March 06, 2015
    2015 Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Fenway Park

    Law Enforcement Appreciation Night Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 7:10 PM The Boston Red Sox has teamed up with the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to show our appreciation for the men and women of Red Sox Nation who serve as law enforcement officers, corrections officers and first responders.
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    Upcoming Event

    It's that time of year again! The 7th Annual North Central Lodge #33 Economic Stimulus Package Fundraiser is scheduled for Friday April 24, 2015 from 17:00-21:00 hours at the Thomas Hooker Brewing Company which is still located (for now) at 16 Tobey Road in Bloomfield Connecticut.

    L.E.A.D.

    The National Fraternal Order of Police has partnered with Concerns Of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) and law enforcement associations across America on January 9, 2015 which has been designated as National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Please share this information with members in your states.

    HR 218 Update

    Retired police and other qualifying law enforcement officers may carry their approved firearms nationally under The Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 and the LEOSA Improvement Act of 2010. Commonly known as LEOSA HR 218, this required qualification is offered by Herbert Furhman of HF LearnSafety Firearms & Security Training Center at 280 Kent Road in New Milford, Connecticut. Mr.

    Hartfor Courant Op-Ed by FOP Lodge #33 Secretary

    I am a police officer, and I have been angry. For months, I have heard the attacks on my fellow officers. I have seen the media and the Al Sharptons take common criminals and turn them into martyrs. I have seen people who have never worn a badge or put their lives on the line comment on police procedures.


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    Q & A Meeting with the Sheriff
    Wayne County Deputy Sheriffs' Association
    Meriden Officer Needs Assistance
    AFSCME Council 15, Connecticut Council of Police
    National FOP Joins Colorado & Denver FOP's Demand for the Resignation of Denver Chief White & Safety Director O'Malley
    Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    FOP DAY on the HILL
    Saint Louis Police Officers Association
    Retirement Dinner for Majors Jon St. Hill & Sheree Culvert
    New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
    2015 Thomas Carozza, Sr Scholarship Information
    AFSCME Council 15, Connecticut Council of Police
     
         
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