Constitution and By-Laws of the Fraternal Order of Police - Article 4 (Membership)
Section 1. Any regularly appointed or elected and full-time employed law enforcement officer of the United States,
any state or political subdivision thereof, or any agency may be eligible for membership in the Fraternal Order of
Police, subject to the provisions of this Constitution. No person shall be denied membership on account of race,
religion, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin.
Section 2. Subject only to the provisions of this Constitution, each state and subordinate lodge shall be the judge of
its membership. Each state and subordinate lodge shall establish requirements for membership in good standing of
its respective membership, which requirements shall not be inconsistent herewith.
|NYS FOP Law Enforcement Officers Lodge 911 also provides for Associate Membership in the Lodge.
If you are not a Law Enforcement Officer, are at least 18 years old, and are sponsored by an Active Member who is in
"Good Standing" with the Fraternal Order of Police,
you may be eligible for Associate Membership in NYS FOP Law Enforcement Officers Lodge 911.
|Any full-time, sworn law enforcement officer with arrest powers who is employed by a government entity
may become a member of the Fraternal Order of Police.
|(The term "Active Member" in the Fraternal Order of Police refers to a "Law Enforcement Officer" either actively employed or retired.)
|Each local lodge has its own requirements regarding membership for retired law enforcement officers.
NYS FOP Law Enforcement Officers Lodge 911
allows retired law enforcement officer to join the Fraternal Order of Police.
|New York State Fraternal Order of Police
|Law Enforcement Officers Lodge 911
|PO Box 259, Massapequa, NY 11758
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