The State Lodge was formed in 1954 and is proud to be New Mexico’s largest and one of the oldest law enforcement organizations. We boast a membership of approximately 2,000 active members, organized in 13 lodges throughout the state.
The Fraternal Order of Police has always been and remains today, actively involved in protecting the interests and welfare of law enforcement officers and their families. The F.O.P. Legislative Program led the way in the creation and passage of the Officers Bill of Rights and the passage of the Collective Bargaining Act; The Police Officers survivors Benefit of $50,000.00, which goes to the survivors of police officers killed in the line of duty; was passed in 1995...
United States Department of Homeland Security -...
on February 28, 2021 at 1:16 pm
Officer Cesar Sibonga died from complications as the result of contracting COVID-19 in the line of duty while assigned to the Kenneth G. Ward Port of Entry near Lynden, Washington. Officer... […]
Bell County Sheriff's Office (TX)
on February 27, 2021 at 12:54 pm
Major Stevie Ramirez died from complications as the result of contracting COVID-19 during a presumed exposure at the Bell County Jail at 2401 S. Loop 121 in Belton. Major Ramirez had... […]