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Michigan LETR Annual Conference

Michigan LETR Annual Conference Michigan’s Law Enforcement Torch Run Program is hosting its Annual Conference on April 28th and 29th at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa and they would like to see as many FOP members as possible. The LETR Program is looking to grow their movement by getting more Law Enforcement and their families.[…]

Polar Plunge and Frozen 5k are BACK!

It’s time to BE BOLD and GET COLD!​The Polar Plunge and Frozen 5k have returned; this year with both in-person & virtual options for participation.TAKE THE PLUNGE with us at one of 25 locations across the state or with your own virtual plunge!Whether you plan to plunge in-person or virtually, you select your location first, then create your fundraising page.[…]

Foundation Donation

Charitable contribution to Fraternal Order of Police Foundation recognized at Wolverine Lake Police Department WOLVERINE LAKE, Mich. — The Vice President of Michigan’s Fraternal Order of Police, John Marasco, along with state Sen. Jim Runestad, on Friday recognized a charitable contribution made to the Fraternal Order of Police Foundation by the Detroit Chapter of ITSERVE Alliance.[…]

Foundation

The Michigan Fraternal Order of Police was formed in 1939 and is proud to be one of Michigan’s largest and oldest law enforcement organizations. We have a membership of over 10,000 members organized in 54 lodges located throughout the State. The F.O.P. is recognized as the VOICE of law enforcement in Michigan. Through[…]

Survivor Tuition becomes Law

Michigan House Bill 4247 will allow more children to access funds from the Survivor Tuition Grant. The Survivor Tuition Grant is a program helping children of those killed in the line of duty receive aid to a public Michigan university. “Michigan police officers and firefighters have served our communities with honor and dedication, and the Survivor Tuition Grant is crucial in honoring the children of our fallen first responders.[…]

Police Supplemental Appropriations Bill Passed

The Michigan House of Representatives has passed a supplemental appropriations bill of nearly $370 million to support Police and Public Safety. Some of the key spending proposals included in the spending bill are: $10 million for local law enforcement quarantine reimbursement  (to reimburse officers that were forced to quarantine and take personal time off because of exposure or possible exposure to COVID-19) $ 2.5 million for signing bonuses for new corrections officers $ 2.5 million for retention bonuses for corrections officers $10 million for community police programs $10 million for public safety signing bonuses $7.5 million for first responder and public safety staff mental health services $1 million for first responder bags $40 million for public safety academy assistance programs to provide scholarships for police academy recruits and assistance with salaries for police cadets The bill passed the House of Representatives 97-3 and is now awaiting further action by the Michigan Senate.[…]

Mobile App

The Michigan FOP proudly announces the launch of the New Michigan FOP Mobile App. The official app for the members of the Michigan Fraternal Order of Police. Our app provides contact information for our labor members, a real-time legislative tracker, member benefits, super raffle, news, alerts, and many more resources for Fraternal Order of Police Michigan Members.[…]
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