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Hurricane Delta Response
The Louisiana FOP has been in contact with the National FOP Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) and NFOP President Yoes about Hurricane Delta's landfall. We have also been in contact with Verizon Wireless and their disaster communications response team. Verizon has been in contact with local EOC's in the path of the storm. If you have communications needs after the storm please contact us and we will pass the needs on to Verizon. If there is anything that you think the LAFOP can f...

UPDATE: Funeral Arrangements: Johnny Frederic
Visitation extended to 8PM From Jambalaya Lodge #16 Services for Brother Johnny Frederic: Wednesday September 30, 2020 at Ourso Funeral Home located at 13533 Airline Highway Gonzales, La Visitation:Public 1200 -2000 Service at 1700 hours. If a lodge/agency/ or fellow FOP brother sister would like to honor Johnny by assisting with Honor Guard please contact Officer Walter Taylor at (225)328-0910. If you knew Johnny, you know he loved Hawaiian shirts. Please feel free to wear one in h...

Dialogue in Disparity
LPB's Louisiana Public Square, "Dialogue in Disparity", featured the current police reform movement in Louisiana. President Basco along with 3 other panelists discussed the issues surrounding SCR 7, the Police Training, Screening, and De-escalation Task Force.  Watch the segment below.  

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Operation Clear Track
Dear Railroad Safety Partner, As we get closer to Rail Safety Week this September 21-27, we want to thank those of you who have already registered for “Operation Clear Track 2020,” a public awareness initiative hosted by the Amtrak Police Department and Operation Lifesaver to promote safety along the railroad tracks in your community. If you have not registered yet and would like to participate, please visit: to sign-up a...

Presidential Endorsement
On September 4th in Florida at the National Board meeting the National Fraternal Order of Police unanimously endorsed Donald Trump for President.

Disaster Relief
The National Fraternal Order of Police Disaster Relief Foundation has established a fund to assist law enforcement officers who have suffered loss caused by a disaster. To be eligible, you must be an active member of a local lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police who has sustained severe and significant damage to your primary residence, along with being displaced from it. The assessment application must returned to the Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police electronically or by postal mail. Appl...

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