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34th Biennial Conference Ends
The 34th Biennial Conference has come to a close. Since Thursday delegates from across the state have met in Bossier City for meetings, training and fellowship. We would like to thank the Bossier City Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #39 for their hospitality and putting on a great Conference. Thank you to President Davis and Trustee Washington along with all of the local members that made the event a success. The delegates at the conference chose their Executive Board for the 2022-2024 term...

2022 Louisiana FOP Scholarship Application
The Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police will offer six (6) $500 scholarships to members of the LAFOP or a dependent of a member. The scholarship deadline is August 10. Recipients must attend enrolled or provide proof of admission to a post secondary higher learning institution. (4 or 2 year university or technical school only, no high schools) One scholarship, selected at random, will be awarded by each Region. Applicants can click here to complete the form to submit an application for c...

Officer and Member of the Year
At its Biennial Conference, the Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police recognizes a Member of the Year and an Officer of the Year. Each Local Lodge or a member can submit candidate(s) for Officer of the Year and one candidate(s) for Member of the Year. The Officer of the Year Award is for those that have shown exemplary service or heroic actions that have brought honor and recognition to them or their Department.  Make your submission for Officer of the Year here.The Member o...

Police Week in Louisiana
Monday the House of Representatives and the State Senate offered separate resolutions setting aside this week as Police Week. The authors of the House of Representative Resolution were Mike Johnson, Tony Bacala, and Bryan Fontenot. The Senate Resolution was authored by Senator Louie Bernard and read by Senator Bodi White. The Louisiana Law Enforcement Memorial service was held Tuesday night, honoring Louisiana's fallen heroes. Many local jurisdictions are holding services honoring the f...

Update on a TOP Legislative Priority
One of the Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police’s legislative priorities in this legislative session was the opposition of HB 702 by Representative Jordan. HB 702 would have eliminated qualified immunity in state courts for Louisiana law enforcement officers. HB 702 was deferred in the Civil Law Committee in the House of Representatives. A deferment means that the legislation CANNOT be heard again this session. Thank you to all the members that engaged the process and sent Voter Voice e...

Day in the Rotunda
The Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police's "Day in the Rotunda" will be May 9th at the Capitol.  This is a day for local lodge members to interact with their legislators.  Also, that day both chambers will recognize our fallen brothers in sisters by Resolution. Specific time for the resolution reading will be announced later.   For more information check out the Facebook event page. 

Stay Connected-Week of April 10
Jambalaya Lodge #16 hosts Gonzales Police Department 100th year Anniversary Recently the Jambalaya Lodge hosted the 100th Anniversary Ball for the Gonzales Police Department. The Department recognized several officers for their contributions to the citizens of Gonzales and the lodge recognized recent retirees from the Department.Congratulations to Walter Taylor for receiving the Member of the Year Award from the lodge. Are You Attending Police Week This Year? Download the Nation...

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