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  • OREGON FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE

    Oregon FOP plans to file a legal challenge on behalf of its members opposing the Governor's Executive Order requiring our Executive Branch law enforcement employees (full and part-time) members to obtain vaccine(s) or be terminated. This is government overreach which violates Oregon law, the Oregon Constitution, and the Federal Constitution. We cannot allow this executive order to go unchallenged. This endeavor needs to happen but we need financial assistance in making it reality. Your donation will help the Oregon FOP fight for all law enforcement officers rights in Oregon.

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    The National FOP has formed a partnership with Aetna Insurance company, creating a National Healthcare solution. All retired FOP members and their spouses that are Medicare Eligible (65 years and older) can enroll in this program.  This program is also available to all FOP associate members.  https://fop.aetnamedicare.com/
    Download: FOP Aetna -2020-Program-Brochure.pdf


    OR FOP Police Reform Letter to Legislature: Earlier this month, the Oregon State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police (Oregon FOP) wrote to each of you to express our collective response to the tragic death, in Minneapolis, of George Floyd. His death has created a wave of social unrest and reflection.
    Download: OR FOP Police Reform Letter to Legislature.pdf


    The Oregon state lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police has released a statement in response to current events and cries of police reform
    Download: Letter re George Floyd.jpg


    The FOP has created a website for member benefits. Click "read more" for link to website.
    Download: FOP Flyer-revised 7-28-17 (002).pdf


    In response to the concerns brought to us by our members regarding the conduct of Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese.   On August 22nd, 2017, Willamette Valley Lodge 7 FOP members reported that Multnomah County Sheriff Mike Reese had ordered the removal of a “Thin Blue Line American Flag” from an employee break room because it was offensive.
    Download: Press Release NFOP Resolution 2017.pdf , Resolution 5.pdf


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Oregon State Fraternal Order of Police
12909 SW 68th Pkwy. #290
Portland, OR 97223
 

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