FOP Membership Benefits
Some of the benefits of FOP membership include;
The FOP Legal Defense Plan
The Fraternal Order of Police Legal Defense Plan, Inc. was created by the National FOP to administer the FOP Legal Defense Plan, Inc.. This program is designed specifically to cover the law enforcement exposures faced by members of the FOP Legal Defense Plan, Inc. pays legal defense costs on behalf of participating members for the following actions and proceedings:
For the law enforcement professional, duty related legal defense protection is a necessity as the frequency and cost of allegations against peace officers continues to rise. The FOP Legal Defense Plan, Inc. offers you and your lodge members a very affordable and comprehensive coverage plan. Please refer to the options above for additional information on Plan coverages, enrollment and claims services. for more information visit http://www.foplegal.com/
The FOP in conjunction with Eastern Gateway Community College in Ohio State have entered into an agreement that allows FOP Members, their spouses, children, step children, dependants, and grand children to earn a FREE associates degree.
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The Washington State Lodge has formed the Western States Police Insurance company and provides the opportunity for FOP members to purchase disability coverage for competitive rates.
National FOP Labor Services
The Labor Services Division provides a comprehensive set of resources and services designed to ensure that no officer goes to the bargaining table alone. In addition, we provide assistance to your lodge to obtain the right to become your bargaining agent or to try to influence the public officials who determine your hours, wages, terms and other conditions of employment.
Whether your department requires contract information, experienced legal experts, training seminars or personalized labor research, the Labor Services Division stands ready to provide you with the people and resources you need.
The FOP is the largest professional police labor organization in the country. We know that no one can represent an officer as well as a fellow officer. FOP members have worked through thousands of labor situations. The Labor Services Office has access to the collective knowledge of more than 325,000 law enforcement professionals.
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