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Membership

Become a Member

When you are a member of the East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police, you are eligible for benefits that no other law enforcement organization can provide. Some of these benefits include:

 

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What does your donation to the ETFOP fund?

Blue Santa:  Area police officers nominate children that are underprivileged, child victims, and / or witnesses to crimes that they meet in the community to take Christmas shopping with police officers.

 

Philanthropy: The FOP believes in giving back to these communities because not only do we work here; we live here, we shop here, our children go to school here and we attend the churches here. From paying for a child’s funeral to donating to the local school supply drive, the ETFOP believes in supporting our community.

 

Officer Benevolent Fund : Seriously ill / injured officers may not be able to pay their bills or feed their children when they are seriously ill and out of work for a time.  The FOP cares for those who willingly put their lives on the line every day for all of us.

 

Officer Equipment : Smaller departments often can’t afford lifesaving equipment for their officers leaving the officer to purchase this expensive equipment themselves on a very small salary!

 

Officer Training: Law Enforcement leaders & politicians have a balancing act between budgeting & making the streets safe. Sometimes that means officers won’t or can’t receive the additional training that they need.  Many officers spend their own money & vacation time to continue training, making themselves and the public they serve safer. The ETFOP provides training at no cost to our officers.

Click the link below to donate to our organization. Any amount helps.

Sponsors 2017

Our Sponsors & Donors for 2017

The FOP Executive Board and all of the members would like to formally thank the following businesses  & individuals for supporting and assisting the East Texas Fraternal Order of Police in our mission to help local law enforcement and our community:

Please click on the images below to visit their website / social media pages

 

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News/Events

East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #51
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785 men and women swore their oath this morning before entering the NYPD Police Academy for six months of the Finest training. Join us in saying congratulations! Learn more about the newest class of recruits ➡️ http://nypdnews.com/2018/01/785-recruits-swear-in-during-a-hiring-ceremony-at-the-police-academy/
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East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #51 shared Troup Police Department's post.6 days ago
Awesome Job!!!!!!
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East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #51 shared KIRO 7 News's live video.1 week ago
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KIRO 7 News
A Pierce County deputy was shot and killed while pursuing a burglary suspect in Frederickson. Daniel McCartney was 34 and had been with the force for 3 years. He had three young sons and was a Navy veteran. He previously had worked for the Hoquiam Police Department for 6 years. >>http://kiro.tv/PierceDeputyShot
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East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #51 shared Harris Fop's post.2 weeks ago
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East Texas Regional Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #51 shared Susan Smith's post.2 weeks ago

Contact Us

P.O. Box 6128

Tyler, TX 75711

If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to contact us!