The ILFOP releases joint statements that are aimed to both The Illinois FOP Labor Council and the Illinois Fraternal Order of Police.
Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Joint Statement – July 2020
Shawn Roselieb, Executive Director of the ILFOP Labor Council, and Chris Southwood, President of the Fraternal Order of Police have released a Joint Statement.
Here Are a Few Highlights:
- Addressing the law enforcement officers who have ensured the First Amendment rights to the state’s citizens to engage in peaceful protests, following the tragic death of George Floyd.
- Mention of the Illinois Police Reform Act of 2015, which outlaws tactics used by the Minneapolis police officers on that fateful day.
- Acknowledging that racism or discrimination has no place in our society of profession.
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