Illinois Fraternal Order Of Police Events

The Fraternal Order of Police is the world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers. Additionally, there are more than 354,000 members in more than 2,100 lodges. We aim to improve the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation. No one knows the dangers and the difficulties faced by today’s police officers better than another officer. However, no one knows police officers better than the FOP.

The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), founded over 100 years ago in 1915. It is the largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers in the United States. With a proud tradition of officers representing officers, the FOP is the most respected and most recognized police organization in the country. The Illinois FOP is also the second-largest State Lodge. We proudly represent over 33,000 active duty and retired police officers – more than 10 percent of all FOP members nationwide.

The Illinois Fraternal Order of Police holds events monthly and annually. Join us for Board of Trustee Meetings, Board Meetings and Community Events.

IDOC Lodge #263 Quarterly Meeting

IL FOP State Lodge 4341 Acer Grove Dr, Suite B, Springfield, IL - Illinois

Executive and General Membership meeting open to all active Lodge #263 members.

First Annual Spoon River Valley FOP 427 “Catfish Tournament”

Havana River Front Park 112 N Schrader Sr, Havana, Illinois

June 25, 2022 Spoon River Valley FOP Catfish Tournament. 0600 to 1200 (6a to 12 noon) Take off 0530 (5:30 a) No fishing until 0600 (6a) $80 per entry fee per boat (2-man team) each boat will have a live well inspection prior to departing the dock. First Place $800 Second Place $450 Third Place […]

2022 IL FOP State Conference

Evening at the Hilton Garden Inn 6p-11p 2022 Regency Conference Center O’Fallon Wednesday evening at Gateway Classic Cars  6p-11p

 

 

 

Donation & Support

Every day, men and women across this state, and country, put on a uniform. They put on a utility belt. And they put on a bulletproof vest. In the current climate of our nation, that is the most essential thing that that man or woman owns. They step out the door and they just don’t know if they will be returning to it at the end of their shift.