“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 F.O.P.”

The Arizona Fraternal Order of Police represents the interests of more than 6,500 Arizona law enforcement professionals. We are the voice of those who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving our communities. Our members are committed to improving the working conditions of Arizona law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, community involvement and employee representation.


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  • Support Fallen Trooper Tyler Edenhofer’s Family

    Trooper Tyler Edenhofer was shot and killed after he and several officers responded to reports of a subject throwing objects at vehicles on I-10, near Avondale Boulevard in Goodyear, at approximately 10:00 pm. Three Arizona Department of Public Safety troopers … Continue reading

  • Congratulations are in order

    The Yuma Lodge would like to extend are happiest congratulation to Arizona Labor Council Executive Director Jim Mann on his retirement.  Jim has been a major asset to the ALC, AZ FOP members, and the AZ State Legislation.  Jim has … Continue reading

  • Follow the project

    We have a dedicated Facebook page to the Fallen Officer Memorial Monument Project. Search Facebook for: Yuma fop monument project  

  • Yuma Landing Hosting an all day “Take Over”

    The Yuma Landing is hosting a fund raising event in support of the Yuma Lodge Fallen Officer Monument project.  On Saturday July 7th, all day, 20% of your restaurant bill will go to the project.  Mark it on your calendar, … Continue reading

  • Fallen Officer Monument Project

    FOP Monument design After years of discussion the Yuma Lodge has decided to construct a proper monument to Honor the 36 law enforcement officers from the Yuma area communities who have died or been killed in the line of duty.  … Continue reading

  • October 2017 Yuma FOP Newsletter

    In an effort to improve the communications process of our Lodge business, a newsletter will be produced bi-monthly.  This newsletter will be a platform to share information on membership concerns, benefits, on-goings of the Lodge, and other matters of business.  … Continue reading

  • Lodge Members Meet with Candidates

    At the September 18th Lodge meeting, we took the time to interview each of the six Yuma City Council Candidates. Those interviewed were; Greg Counts, Gary Knight, Ken Rosevear, Leslie McClendon, Karen Watts, and Kristina McNair. The interviews were conducted by … Continue reading

  • Yuma FOP Members

    The Yuma Lodge is holding another contest to send one member and a guest to National Police Week 2018. Rules are you must me a member of the Yuma Lodge, and attend at lest 4 monthly meetings by January 2018. … Continue reading