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Trump Orders DOJ to Develop Strategies to Prevent Violence Against Officers, Speaks at Police Week

May 15, 2017
“Every drop of blood spilled from our heroes in blue is a wound inflicted upon the whole country,” Trump said. “And every heartache known by your families in law enforcement is a sorrow shared by the entire family of the American nation.” (Note: The President's remarks begin at the 1 hour mark on this video)

Video: Trump Orders DOJ to Develop Strategies to Prevent Violence Against Officers, Speaks at Police Week

May 15, 2017
“Every drop of blood spilled from our heroes in blue is a wound inflicted upon the whole country,” Trump said. “And every heartache known by your families in law enforcement is a sorrow shared by the entire family of the American nation.”

Video: Dallas Police Union Tells Mayor He's Not Welcome at Memorial Ceremony

May 10, 2017
The Dallas police officers murdered in the deadly 2016 downtown ambush will be honored at next week's Police Memorial Day ceremony, but one of the city's largest police organizations on Tuesday told the mayor he's not welcome.

Dallas Police Union Tells Mayor He's Not Welcome at Memorial Ceremony

May 10, 2017
The Dallas police officers murdered in the deadly 2016 downtown ambush will be honored at next week's Police Memorial Day ceremony, but one of the city's largest police organizations on Tuesday told the mayor he's not welcome. More Here.

Tulsa Police Union Files Ethics Complaint Against DA Over Charges Against Officer Involved in Fatal Shooting

May 5, 2017
The Tulsa police union lodged an ethics complaint Wednesday against District Attorney Steve Kunzweiler, alleging he “unfairly” charged Officer Betty Shelby without probable cause because he “rushed” to a decision before all evidence had been submitted to his office.

FOP Gives Defibrillators to Wyoming Highway Patrol

April 24, 2017
Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers will now have access to two defibrillators when responding to emergency calls thanks to a donation from the Wyoming Fraternal Order of Police.

Police Unions Want Trump to Renegotiate Consent Decrees

January 31, 2017
Emboldened by Trump's election, some of the country’s biggest police groups want to renegotiate "consent decrees" agreed to under President Barack Obama, the police labor groups said in interviews.

Walmart Pulls Black Lives Matter Apparel After FOP Protest

December 21, 2016
Walmart removed several varieties of shirts and hoodies with the slogan “Bulletproof: Black Lives Matter” from its website, a spokesperson confirmed Wednesday, after the Fraternal Order of Police complained they were offensive.

FL Officer Injured During Hurricane Loses Leg to Flesh-Eating Bacteria

October 26, 2016
A Jacksonville Sheriff's Office police officer lost his leg after an injury that he suffered while responding to a call during Hurricane Matthew.

National FOP Endorses Donald Trump for President

September 17, 2016
The National Fraternal Order of Police, which represents more than 330,000 officers across the country, granted the endorsement to Mr. Trump with more than two-thirds support from its national board.

Clinton Snubbed FOP Invite to Talk About Policing and Endorsement

August 8, 2016
"It sends a powerful message. To be honest with you, I was disappointed and shocked," said Chuck Canterbury, the president of the National Fraternal Order of Police. "You would think with law enforcement issues so much in the news that even if she had disagreements with our positions, that she would’ve been willing to say that."

Ohio FOP Asks NFL to Allow Off-Duty and Retired Officers to Carry at Games

December 1, 2015
The FOP Ohio says the national Fraternal Order of Police supports their position and has asked for a league-wide change of policy from Commissioner Roger Goodell.

FOP Planning "Surprise" Action Against Tarantino and His New Movie

November 6, 2015
"Something is in the works, but the element of surprise is the most important element," says Pasco. "Something could happen anytime between now and [the premiere]. And a lot of it is going to be driven by Tarantino, who is nothing if not predictable.

Washington Post: Overwhelming Number of Police Shootings Justified

October 25, 2015
The vast majority of individuals shot and killed by police officers were, like Snyder, armed with guns and killed after attacking police officers or civilians or making other direct threats, the Washington Post reports.

Michigan Community Raises $4K to Send Wounded Officer on Vacation

March 12, 2015
Murphy in the early morning of Monday, Feb. 2, responded to a home invasion complaint on the city's East Side and ended up being shot in the left thigh by 17-year-old suspect Jacob M. Haglund. Murphy returned fire, hitting Haglund in the shoulder, abdomen, and neck, wounds from which he died on Sunday, Feb. 15.

Enough is Enough!

February 25, 2015

Those in our profession have always been in harm's way. But over the past several years and especially over the past few months, we have seen the effect that irresponsible rhetoric can have in exacerbating the current climate of mistrust and transforming it into violence targeting police officers. We have to say, with one voice, "Enough is enough!"

FOP President Wants to Expand Hate Crimes Law to Protect Police

January 6, 2015
Chuck Canterbury, National President of the Fraternal Order of Police, has called on Congress to expand the Federal hate crime laws to protect law enforcement officers and punish those who target them.

Maryland Officers Oppose Local Union's Donation to Darren Wilson's Defense

August 26, 2014
"While we appreciate the support that the union offers to officers in need, there comes a time where leaders must take a step back and look at the totality of their decisions," wrote Cpl. Kam Cooke, a bike patrol officer and acting president of Anne Arundel's Black Police Officers Association.

Video: Utah Officer's Widow Says State's Survivor Benefits Need to Improve

April 11, 2014
The murder of Utah County Sgt. Cory Wride Jan. 30 during a traffic stop in Eagle Mountain exposed a fault with Utah's retirement plan for police officers, Wride's widow Nannette Wride says.

Utah Officer's Widow Says State's Survivor Benefits Need to Improve

April 11, 2014
The murder of Utah County Sgt. Cory Wride Jan. 30 during a traffic stop in Eagle Mountain exposed a fault with Utah's retirement plan for police officers, Wride's widow Nannette Wride says. Read Full Story Here.
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