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Illinois Fraternal Order of Police

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


Chartered in 1963, is run by a highly dedicated Board of Trustees and staff


Legal defense, peer support, education scholarships, education, training and more


Sponsorship support truly strengthens and encourages those it reaches.

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Products company candle factory

Products company candle factory Products company candle factory. A tornado destroyed the Mayfield Consumer Products company candle factory. Friday night a Graves County Jail officer was supervising inmates on work

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Fraternal Order Of Police Auxiliary

Fraternal Order Of Police Auxiliary

Fraternal Order Of Police Auxiliary The ILFOP wishes to per-order covid-19 safety masks. Help keep yourself and our members protected from the pandemic. All you have to do is download

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Police Pension Investment Meetings

2021 meeting schedule & Agenda’s (when available) for the Police Pension Investment Fund. 

Critical Incident Support Team (CIST)

You are not alone. If you or an officer you know needs assistance, we are here to help. The Critical Incident Support Team (CIST) is a service of the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police. We here to assist our fellow law enforcement officers in need.

Save Our Profession: PAC

The police are under attack. Help us fight back. Illinois House Bill 3653 was designed to undermine Law Enforcement’s ability to protect public safety. This motivated the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police to prioritize a Political Action Committee. We continue to work for you, but now we need your help.

The Illinois Fraternal Order of Police
Disaster Response Unit

 The Purpose of the Disaster Response Unit is to provide responses to Illinois FOP members, police officers, and their families during times of disaster. Additionally, we intend to provide physical support in temporary repair of their homes and recovery of their property, as well as provide communication services to other family members and counseling services as needed. Feeding officers in need during a disaster will also be possible in many cases.

Illinois Police Officers Pension Fund
Project Blue Life

Project Blue Life

Providing police shoot – don’t shoot simulation opportunities to the public and to key community leaders! Project Blue Life – simulating shooting scenarios, complete with video simulators, safe weapons, and also experienced instructors.

For Sale

New for 2020, the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Foundation Challenge Coins. The cost is $10.00 each or free with a purchase of Gentleman Jack. ALL PROCEEDS also go to the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Foundation, a 501-C-3 organization. 

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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. Above all, they step out the door and they just don’t know if they will be returning to it at the end of their shift.

Support The Fallen - IL FOP Foundation

The Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Foundation is a non for profit 501-C-3 tax-deductible organization that was established in January 2018 to help FOP officers families in Illinois that have died in the line of duty.  Click on the link below to make a donation. 

Paypal – ilfopfoundation@gmail.com or mail a check to IL FOP Foundation C/O IL FOP State Lodge 4341 Acer Grove Drive, Suite B, Springfield, IL 62711-6344

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