From our early beginnings in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1915 to today, the Fraternal Order of Police has grown to become the largest and most commanding voice in law enforcement. With over 2,200 local lodges and nearly 330,000 members from Massachusetts to California, Florida to Minnesota, we are committed to the belief that no one knows the danger and difficulties faced by law enforcement officers better than another law enforcement officer.
The Fraternal Order of Police was founded and continues to operate as a representative organization. You have a voice and vote in all matters in your local lodges. You, the members, through your local lodges direct the efforts of the FOP. You decide what programs and benefits are right for you. You elect your officers to represent you. We have full-time staff members, but there are no high-paid “executives.” No other police association offers so much for so little. Whether in labor, legislation, education or fraternalism, your voice, and the voice of your fellow members, is the Voice of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Please allow us to be your Voice by joining.
National FOP President