America's Largest Police Union Calls on Members to Boycott Tarantino
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.
Boston Bruins vs Pittsburgh Penguins
Wednesday December 16, 2015 at the TD Garden in Boston Massachusetts.
Only $150.00 per person, includes ticket in Balcony Section 326, bus, driver tip and snacks and beverages on the bus. First come, first serve. Not just limited to cops. The name of the game is to sell tickets and fill the bus.
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.
Plainville Police Department
By gathering en masse at the correctional facility, we intend to pay tribute to the memory of our fallen officer, Robert Holcomb, who was murdered execution style by convicted killer and career felon Gary Castonguay. We are also there to pay our respects to the family of Officer Holcomb.
The Connecticut State Fraternal Order of Police Membership has donated local lodge funds to purchase 32 - five gallon gas cans and fuel for those that are still without power in Staten Island, New York.
CT State FOP members delivered the cans and fuel to our Good Friend, Staten Island Resident, Retired NYPD Police Officer and National Police Week - Tent City DJ Vinny Giardiello.
Vinny is extremely dedicated, hardworking and not surprisingly humble in his grassroots relief efforts. He has organized food, clothing, water and shelter assistance for this devastated area.
Thank you to the Butler Company of Windsor, CT. for their assistance in securing the gas cans as well as their generosity in the use of their trailer to deliver this relief!
Thank you to Bobby G's Old Fashioned Service in Windsor Locks, CT. for their generous donation of the deeply discounted fuel!