This program is designed specifically to cover law enforcement exposures by paying legal defense costs on behalf of participating members.
Legal defense protection is a necessity for law enforcement professionals. As the frequency and cost of allegations rise, the FOP Legal Defense Plan offers you a very affordable and comprehensive plan.
A 24-hour Accidental Death and Dismemberment benefit covers our members, both active and retired, on and off duty.
The customized benefits to meet the specific needs of law enforcement officer. AD&D benefits provide coverage for loss of life due to a covered accident as well as other accidental injury losses such as loss of hearing, speech, sight, and dismemberment.
Provided FREE of charge to all Wisconsin FOP Members.
No matter your stage in life, we offer benefits that will prepare you for what lies ahead.
The National Fraternal Order of Police University (NFOPU) is a consortium of colleges and universities that provides members of the National FOP with varied learning programs. These programs include both traditional and nontraditional forums. The formation of NFOPU allows FOP members the ability to take courses that will accommodate the unique requirements of a working law enforcement officer’s schedule. These courses can be taken completely online, which will make it easier for our members to obtain their degrees on their own time. All of the colleges and universities that are participating are regionally accredited institutions
The FOP maintains an office on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., where a full-time professional staff actively lobbies Congress and the administration on the issues most important to rank-and-file law enforcement officers.
The National Legislative Program is the most active and comprehensive of any law enforcement organization in Washington, working on behalf of law enforcement officers to ensure that legislation is put into place to improve the lives of officers and their families.
Labor Services offers 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 the people and resources you need.
As a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the Fraternal Order of Police Disaster Relief Fund, part of the NFOP Foundation, relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations and is constantly in need of a steady stream of funds.
With our members spread throughout the U.S., Canada and Ireland, weather extremes and disasters are an ever-present danger. Tornados, hurricanes, floods, drought and fire inflict significant damage when they do occur, and we need to be prepared to assist our members in distress.
The FOP Journal is the official publication of the National Fraternal Order of Police. Each issue contains reports from the Grand Lodge executive board and various committees, articles of interest from local lodges, updates on law enforcement labor issues including progress on legislation from our advocacy center in Washington, D.C.
The FOP has been involved in the quest for a dedicated public safety communications network and has supported the developments involving FirstNet since its inception.
The National Fraternal Order of Police has signed an exclusive agreement with AT&T to educate law enforcement officers across the nation about the benefits of FirstNet—America's public safety communications platform—and the impact it can have on law enforcement communications.