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...
As Louisiana awaits the impact of 2 tropical storms over the next days, we know that LEO'S across this state will respond in the resilient fashion that they do to assist their fellow Louisianians.
State President Basco has been in contact with Patrick Yoes National FOP President and we stand ready to assist members during and after the storms. While 2020 has been trying, we know that YOU are stronger and will answer the call for continuing service. #FOPStrong
Click here to go to the members area to watch the new edition of FOP TV on Demand to learn more about qualified immunity.
During the last session of the Louisiana Legislature a bill was introduced to eliminate qualified immunity in Louisiana, only for law enforcement officers.
We expect this Legislation to be refiled in an upcoming special session. Know the facts about qualified immunity!!!
You have probably received an email asking you to join NEPConnect that looks like this
This is the new communications platform that the Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police is migrating to...it is more efficient, secure and allows us to enhance our communications.Because of the recent political climate the Louisiana State Lodge felt it was necessary to move to a more direct and secure platform. It will allow us to email, website post, and text message when necessary to members.If you have d...