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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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Irving Police Association
2015 Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Fenway Park
Connecticut State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police
 
     
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National FOP Joins Colorado & Denver FOP's Demand for the Resignation of Denver Chief White & Safety Director O'Malley
03/02/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
The below and attached letter was sent by National FOP President Chuck Canterbury to the Denver Post last week for publication concerning National FOP's position on the desecration of the Denver Police Memorial and supporting the Denver and Colorado FOP's call for the removal or resignation of Chief of Police Robert White and Director of Safety Stephanie O'Malley.
FOP DAY on the HILL
03/01/15 - Saint Louis Police Officers Association
The 2015 Missouri FOP Day on the Hill is scheduled for March 18th.  Members are needed to travel to Jefferson City to lobby state law makers regarding pending legislation.  Transportation will be provided and will leave at 0630 from the SLPOA hall.  We will return in the early evening.  If you are intersted in attending contact Ed Clark at 808-3098 or ed.clark@slpoa.org.
Retirement Dinner for Majors Jon St. Hill & Sheree Culvert
02/28/15 - New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
Any Member in Good Standing wishing to attend the Retirement Dinner for Majors Jon St. Hill & Sheree Culvert on Friday, March 13, 2015 at Paris Banquet Hall (7 PM – 11 PM) in Berlin, NJ. Please see attached flier for additional information.   Must send RSVP to Matthew.Kyle@NJLECOA.org by March 6, 2015.
2015 Thomas Carozza, Sr Scholarship Information
02/26/15 - AFSCME Council 15, Connecticut Council of Police
Discount
02/26/15 - Irving Police Association
Officer Bott's wife Jacqueline Botts is finishing Chiropractic schools and needs to a cetain number of adjustments completed for graduation.  Attached is the flier with the needed information.
2015 Law Enforcement Appreciation Night at Fenway Park
02/26/15 - Connecticut State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police
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.
CT Police Call for PTSD Coverage
02/26/15 - AFSCME Council 15, Connecticut Council of Police
CT Police Call for PTSD Coverage in Report to the President By Kevin Zapf Hanes Washington, DC – On Monday, February 23, Norwalk Police Officer and AFSCME Local 1727 member, David Orr testified before the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing on the importance of extending Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in workman’s compensation coverage.
Free Flu Shots for City Employees & Dependents
02/24/15 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
If you have not had your flu shot this season, now is the time...and the price is right -- FREE! Thanks to a partnership with Walgreen's, City employees and their dependents (7-17 years of age - must be accompanied by a parent/guardian) can receive their flu shots at no cost this Thursday, February 26, 2015.
Letter from President Patrick Gaynor
02/24/15 - AFSCME Council 15, Connecticut Council of Police
Upcoming Event
02/24/15 - Connecticut State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police
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.
Humor & Satire Convey the Truth About Denver Police Heirarchy
02/22/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
Satire & Humor can be the best form of conveying the truth. A bit of humor from our Denver Police Police FOP Lodge 41 2nd Vice-President Danny Veith's treasury of thoughts.
Honorary Deputy
02/20/15 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
On Tuesday February 10, 2015, Jalene Salinas was named an honorary Bexar County Sheriff's Deputy.
Police Brutality Statistics
02/19/15 - Saint Louis Police Officers Association
Ohio Supreme Court Rules on Firearm Specification for Law Enforcement
02/19/15 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
The Ohio Fraternal Order of Police is grateful for the decision of the Ohio Supreme Court today in Ohio v. Officer Thomas Caine White.
South Metro FOP Lodge 14 Donates to the Thin Blue Line Memorial Vehicle 501C3
02/19/15 - South Metro MN Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 14
South Metro MN Lodge 14 votes unanimously to donate $1000 to the Thin Blue Line Memorial Vehicle at its recent lodge meeting. The primary mission of the Thin Blue Line Law Enforcement Memorial Vehicle is to represent Minnesota’s fallen officers who have died in the line of duty.
LACK OF INTEGRITY RULES THE DENVER PUBLIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION!
02/18/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
There are serious integrity issues in the Hancock administration. In particular within the Department of Safety structure. It starts at the top with Director O'Malley and branches down into the upper levels of management in both the Police and Sheriffs Departments.
Colorado FOP Calls on Denver Mayor for Resignation or Removal of Chief of Police & Director of Public Safety
02/17/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
The following is the letter from the Colorado Fraternal Of Police to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock calling for the resignations of both Director of Public Safety Stephanie O’Malley and Police Chief Robert White.  Saturday’s defacing of the Denver Police Memorial was the final straw for the FOP in reaching this decision.
Police Protestors Lead by Anarchists Deface Denver Police Memorial
02/17/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
Story Courtesy Denver FOX Ch31: A protest against recent Denver police shootings turned ugly this last Saturday.  Police arrested two protesters who defaced a memorial to fallen officers as the march stopped in front of police headquarters.
Council Member Jane Hague
02/16/15 - KCPOG
Jane Hague announces plan to run for re-election for King County Council February 10, 2015 rob butcher King County Councilmember Jane Hague announced today that she will run for re-election to the King County Council. “I am extremely proud to serve as the Eastside’s advocate.
Collective Bargaining Elimination Bill
02/15/15 - Police Officer's Association of CCSD
Please click 'Read More...' and read the attached in regards to a Bill that would eliminate collective bargaining as we know it. This affects all of us, so please take the time to contact the listed representatives to voice your opinion!
COMING SOON
02/11/15 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
(1)Work Environment Survey, (2)DSABC Office Site Relocation, (3)AR-15 Rifle Raffle, (4)Collective Bargaining Agreement Negotiations
Volunteers needed for another round of Block Walking
02/11/15 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
Representative Fischer is running for the vacated Senate seat that used to belong to former Senator Leticia Van De Putte.  We have endorsed Fischer and fully support his drive to become one of our new Senators.  The walks will be in four hour blocks 10am-2pm. Contact Alcantar at the office for more information.  Thank you for your consideration.
6th Annual Fun with the Fuzz 5k
02/10/15 - Bellingham Police Guild
In 2014, Washington was fortunate not to have any officers killed in the line of duty.  However, we as an organization know that this is a trend that is not likely to be sustained.  On average, Washington State loses two officers a year who are killed in the line of duty.  The Behind the Badge Foundation offers support to those families of fallen officers.
February 2015 Gendarme
02/09/15 - Saint Louis Police Officers Association
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St. Patrick's Fundraiser to Benefit The Jack Maguire Scholarship Fund
02/06/15 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
The Winchester Elks is hosting an Irish Night on March 14th from 7:00 PM till Midnight.  There will be a full course Irish Dinner served, as well as Irish music and Irish Step Dancers.  Tickets in advance are $30.00 and will be $40.00 at the door.  Tables of 8 or 10 can be reserved.    ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE JACK MAGUIRE SCHOLARSHIP FUND.
Officer Safety
02/04/15 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
With the current events that Police Officers have been involved in, there have been anti-cop movements throughout our nation.  In 2014, 15 police officers were killed in ambush style attacks.  Attacks on police officers have been posted on online blogs and articles, through social media sites, and protestors have been chanting for dead officers.
Strength in Numbers
02/04/15 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
What makes any organization such as a union or association strong is numbers. A large group that will stick it out together and represent themselves is a force to be reckoned with. I continuously hear officers make statements such as “well why doesn’t the association stick up for us like SAPOA has stood up to the City Manager, Sheryl Sculley.
State FOP Support Fund Raising Event - Frank Gale
02/03/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
Brothers and Sisters, I hope this letter finds you all well, and at the same time angry at the way those we serve feel they can treat us for who we are and the beliefs we have. We have watched the attacks on officers from around the country over the past months to include riots for justified police actions and the murder of our brothers for just wearing the uniforms we all wear.
January 2015 Gendarme
02/02/15 - Saint Louis Police Officers Association
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Meeting with CEO Evans
01/30/15 - Wayne County Deputy Sheriffs' Association
Date: 1-30-2015  Please see the following memo regarding a meeting with the CEO.
Swearing In Ceremony
01/29/15 - McKinney Police Association
First Responders Night January 31 at the 401 Tavern
01/29/15 - New Hampshire Police Association
The First Responders Night will be held at the 401 Tavern in Hampton on January 31st.  This event is to help raise money for the Maloney Foundation.  They will have on site registration for the ToughMudders event there as well. (https://www.eventbrite.com/teams/maloney-mudders/1144065) Check out this video on last year's event: https://www.youtube.com/watch.
Meeting still on, check back for update! Manchester Police Patrolmans Association to host info session on recent NH Supreme Court decisions affecting Group II
01/29/15 - New Hampshire Police Association
On February 9, 2015 at 1600 hrs., the Manchester Police Patrolmans Association will be hosting an informational session on recent NH Supreme Court decisions dealing with the Group II Retirement System.  This meeting will take place at the Manchester PAL building,  409 Beech St Manchester NH.
Hancock Administration Fires Top Denver FOP Leader in What Clearly is a Union Busting Move
01/24/15 - Longmont Fraternal Order of Police
In what has been an ongoing effort to seriously weaken or destroy the Denver Sheriffs Deputies FOP Lodge 27, the City of Denver fired one the FOP’s top leaders and most outspoken advocates for union rights yesterday (1-22-15).  This action was the aftermath of an investigation of a false complaint filed against Frank Gale.
Hancock Administration Fires Top Denver FOP Leader in What Clearly is a Union Busting Move
01/24/15 - South Metro MN Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 14
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE COLORADO FOP CONCERNING THE FIRING OF FRANK GALE:  ?Brothers & Sisters of The Fraternal Order of Police, In what has been an ongoing effort to seriously weaken or destroy the Denver Sheriffs Deputies FOP Lodge 27, the City of Denver fired one the FOP’s top leaders and most outspoken advocates for union rights yesterday (1-22-15).
State Probation Officer Returned to Work by Arbitrator
01/24/15 - NAPSO / CWA Local 9110
A State Parole & Probation Officer and member of the Nevada State Law Enforcement Officers Association (also a NAPSO member) was terminated for allegations of falsifying time sheets, neglect of duty, insubordination and untruthfulness.
Hancock Administration Fires Top Denver FOP Leader in What Clearly is a Union Busting Move
01/23/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
In what has been an ongoing effort to seriously weaken or destroy the Denver Sheriffs Deputies FOP Lodge 27, the City of Denver fired one the FOP’s top leaders and most outspoken advocates for union rights yesterday (1-22-15).  This action was the aftermath of an investigation of a false complaint filed against Frank Gale.
Denver Mayor Hancock Adminstration Engaging in Union Busting
01/22/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
The Colorado FOP is by far this state's largest union and we will be joining our brothers and sisters of the Denver Sheriffs Lodge 27 in their fight for survival.
National FOP 2nd Vice-President Gale's US Senate Testimony on Profiling & Racism
01/21/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
National FOP 2nd Vice-President Frank Gale's testimony in front of the US Senate sub-committee on Racial Profiling on April 17, 2012 is as pertinent now as it was then. His testimonmy is the 7 minute video below and in the attached sownloadable pdf file at the bottom of this article.  Please take the time to listen or read.
Frank Gale Announces His Candidacy for Re-Election as National FOP 2nd Vice-President
01/21/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
Colorado FOP is very pleased to announce that Frank Gale, current National FOP 2nd Vice-President will seek another term on the National FOP Executive Board as 2nd Vice-President. Frank was the Colorado State FOP President for 8 years.
Police Deadly Force Research Addresses Community Concerns
01/21/15 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Dr. Richard Johnson, Ph.D., from the Criminal Justice Program at the University of Toledo conducted an examination of the prevalence of deaths from police use of force incidents.  View the attached PowerPoint presentation to see what the statistics revealed.
Elko County Deputy Sheriffs join NAPSO !!!
01/19/15 - NAPSO / CWA Local 9110
On January 1, 2015, the Elko County Deputy Sheriff's Association proudly joined the other 18 full Associations and 2 individual groups affiliated with NAPSO.
Police Body Cams - Our Advice "Be Careful What You Ask For"
01/17/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
The momentum behind body video cams is brought with the idea that police encounters will be recorded and that somehow those recordings will reveal the truth of what transpired in that encounter. That may or may not prove to be the case. One thing is for certain with body cams the world will see who the real "pendejos" are in these encounters. And its not the police.
LAW ENFORCEMENT MUST WATCH VIDEO: Fraternal Order of Police Testimony & Answers to President's Task Force on Policing
01/16/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
Since the Ferguson incident in August our profession has been under unprecedented one-sided attacks by the media and some politicians.  Law enforcement officers across this country are being painted with a broad brush as being racist and insensitive.
LAW ENFORCEMENT MUST WATCH VIDEO: Fraternal Order of Police Testimony & Answers to President's Task Force on Policing
01/16/15 - Longmont Fraternal Order of Police
Since the Ferguson incident in August our profession has been under unprecedented one-sided attacks by the media and some politicians.  Law enforcement officers across this country are being painted with a broad brush as being racist and insensitive.
Cop Easy Instructions To Securing Your Facebook Page
01/14/15 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
This is a reprint of an online article published on “Law Enforcement Social”. Law enforcement personnel who use Facebook for personal reasons need to secure their pages. It's not only for your safety, but your family and co-worker's safety as well. The online security and safety of law enforcement is paramount today.
Exit Interview
01/13/15 - Deputy Sheriff's Association of Bexar County
In response to the high turnover rate within the Bexar County Sheriff's Office, DSABC has generated an Exit Interview.  We would like to keep track of why officers are leaving this department.  The form can be printed and mailed, scanned and emailed, faxed or dropped off at the DSABC office.  (emails can be sent to jovan.cardenas@dsabc.org) Thank you for your cooperation.
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