The National, State and Local lodges of the FOP are dedicated to being a recognized community partner for charity and helping create a better relationship with the public.
It is too often that we are taken for what our jobs are and not seen for our dedication to our communities. Just think about the law enforcement television shows that are dedicated to showing law enforcement as bias or corrupt organizations.
The Local lodges of the FOP strive to work with other organizations to promote a positive image of law enforcement.
Lodge 41 Active Members, Capitol FOP Auxiliary members, and Honorary Member, Judge Keith Gregory at National Night Out 2018
Wake County Lodge 41 supporting the NC Special Olympics at the RDU Plane Pull
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Students at River Oaks Middle School will be well-dressed for their first day of school on Monday. At Friday’s orientation for students and parents at the school in Raleigh, they received free uniforms. The Wake County Fraternal Order of the Police raised money all summer long to get uniforms for more than 60 students.
This program is intended for Wake County Residents age 2-15.
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Please return completed applications via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via US Mail – P.O. BOX 37614 Raleigh, NC 27627
Our Lodge is a proud sponsor of the Cary Academy FRC & FTC Robotics Team