The Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police Board of Trustees has unanimously endorsed Louisiana’s own Patrick Yoes for National Secretary for the Fraternal Order of Police. Pat is the Immediate Past President of the Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police and has served as the National FOP Secretary for the past 11 years.
In the last session the Legislature enacted a bill which gives witness pay to retired and former law enforcement officers. The pay is $50 per case per day up to a maximum of $150.00 per day. The author of the Bill was Representative Joe Lopinto, who will be awarded as the LAFOP Represntative of the Year at the October's Crescent City Lodge #2 meeting.
As a member of the Fraternal Order of Police, you are eligible to join the National Police Credit Union, brought to you by Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union. The Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union has been serving the needs of police officers and their families for over 76 years.
100th Anniversary Decals Available
As we approach the year 2015, the Fraternal Order of Police will soon reach the century mark. It is important that we embrace our rich heritage and show our pride in achieving this milestone in America's history.
Today Louisiana Fraternal Order of Police 1st Vice President, Tommy Tizzard, was reappointed to the Louisiana Easter Seals Board for another two year term.
1st Vice President Tizzard also serves as a member of the National Fraternal Order of Police Easter Seals Committee.
On Septemeber 10th, at it's regular monthly meeting, the Municipal Police Employees' Retirement System (MPERS) Board of Trustees voted to approve a 3% COLA raise for those retirees who have been on pension for at least 18 months.