The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) is the world’s largest organization of law enforcement officers, representing over 330,000 police officers. We are the voice of those who dedicate their lives to protecting our communities. We are committed to improving the safety, security, and overall working conditions of law enforcement officers and their loved ones primarily through three means: Legal, Support and Legislative.
The Utah State Lodge represents over 2,450 police officers. We currently have 33 lodges from Cache County down to Washington County, members in Tooele across to Moab, and all points in between. We are an organization of cops representing cops. Period.
“No one knows the dangers and the difficulties faced by today’s police officers better than another officer, and no one knows police officers better than the FOP”
Members of the media can contact our PIO directly at email@example.com
There’s no denying that now is a difficult time, especially how police officers interface with the public. In a society where potentially every citizen carries a deadly weapon and a split-second decision can be the difference between life and death for an officer or other citizens he/she has sworn to protect, the job is extremely dangerous and demanding. In 1970, Paul Harvey, penned a powerful newspaper column called “What are Policeman made of.” Mr. Harvey’s father was a cop who was killed in the line of duty. His observations are as true today as they were then.
FOP is the "Voice of Enforcement Officers". If a peace officer doubts this claim, they need look no further than the national media. Recently, "Meet the Press" wanted an organization to speak for line officers on the recent rash of police/citizen incidences and they turned to Chuck Canterbury, National President of FOP to speak for line-officers. See what Chuck had to say below.
April 3, 2015
State Lodge Office
Joining FOP is really simple! Just click the link below, type in a little basic information, and your membership will be processed ASAP. Once your eligibility has been determined, you will be notified of membership acceptance.
“Every action we take, every interaction with a citizen, every moment we’re visible is a commercial for our profession.”
Terry Hillard, former Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department”
Utah State Lodge
Fraternal Order of Police
2195 W. 5400 S. #B201
Taylorsville, UT 84129