In honor of the men and women in law enforcement who have made the ultimate sacrifice, the Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police is proud to offer a scholarship in their memory.
Lea is a police officer and K-9 handler with the Brown Deer Police Department and is pursuing a Master's of Public Administration degree with an emphasis in Fire and Emergency Administration and Management at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Lea is an active member of Southeast Cities Lodge #11.
Tessa will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and pursuing a degree in the criminal justice field. Tessa is interested in forensic anthropology, criminal profiling, crisis negotiation, and solving cold cases
Tessa's father Neil is an active member of Isthmus Lodge #24.
Caeden is from Green Bay, WI and is a Seaman in the United States Navy. Caeden plans to attend Fox Valley Technical College and pursue an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice with a goal of becoming a law enforcement officer.
Camden's grandfather is a retired law enforcement officer and his uncle is an active law enforcement officer.
The Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police is committed to the advancement of the law enforcement profession, and the following scholarships are available for award:
Scholarship #1: Any individual who is a Member in Good Standing of any Subordinate Lodge recognized by the Wisconsin FOP.
Scholarship #2: Any individual who is a Member in Good Standing of any Subordinate Lodge recognized by the Wisconsin FOP, or any family member of such WI FOP Member.
Scholarship #3: Any individual who is a resident of Wisconsin, and who is or will be pursuing a degree in the criminal justice field.
The school of choice must be an accredited program. Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their academic record, leadership ability, extracurricular activities, and essay.
The FOP Scholarship Application process is completely electronic.
Applicants must download the fillable Microsoft Word application below. *See specific instructions on the scholarship application.
The following attachments must be submitted along with the completed application:
Graduating seniors must attach high school transcripts.
Current college students must attach college transcripts.
Transcripts are not required to be "certified".
Adult applicants not currently attending college are not required to attach transcripts.
PO Box 206, West Bend, WI 53095
June 10-14, 2024
The purpose of Camp 10-78 is to provide injured Wisconsin police officers and their families an all-expense paid vacation for a week of relaxation and peace. An opportunity to take a break from the stresses of their every day lives and find camaraderie with families who are in similar situations.