New Member & Active Renewals - $220.00
If you are a first-time member of the Fraternal Order of Police you would be considered a "New Member". If you are currently a member of Lodge # 9 and you are simply renewing your membership, you are an "Active Renewal". Any full-time, sworn law enforcement officer with arrest power who is employed by a government entity may become a member of the Fraternal Order of Police. If you are retired but are a hire back/rehire and are working as a sworn law enforcement officer, you will need to be an Active Member, not a retiree. Retirees do not get legal aid. Active Members get the FOP's legal aid coverage.
**CMPD and Mint Hill Officers who are actively employed are eligible for a weekly payroll deduction (approx. $4.23/week). Please note that you will still need to pay the first year at the time you submit your application. Payroll deduction will begin once your membership is confirmed and processed by your agency.
Retiree - $75.00
Retiree membership is for retired law enforcement officers who are not actively engaged or employed in law enforcement. If you are retired but are a hire back/rehire and are working as a sworn law enforcement officer, you will need to be an Active Member, not a retiree. Retirees do not get legal aid.
Affiliate Member - $220.00
Affiliate Members are for those serving as a reserve or detention officer, and other support personnel (dispatcher, non-sworn crime scene, etc.). Affiliate Members get the FOP's legal aid coverage.
Associate Member -
($75 + $25 application fee)
Associate Members are friends and families of law enforcement Officers, responsible and respected business persons, professional men and women, and citizens from all walks of life—people willing to devote a portion of their time and efforts toward assisting the various law enforcement agencies of our communities, states and nation.
To complete the membership application online, please tap HERE
If you prefer to complete an application in person, please email Scott Gerson at email@example.com.