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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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  • 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

  • Vote “YES” on AZ Prop 124

    Prop 124 – Vote Yes A quick personal ask. You will be receiving your mail-in ballot in a day or so on Prop 124. Prop 124 does only one thing; for all current ACTIVES AND RETIREES, it replaces a broken … Continue reading

  • Members Only Section

    Please take the time to sign up for the “Members Only” section of this web site.  It is a way to share important member information.  Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.  We also have a YouTube channel and will … Continue reading

  • 2015 In Review

    While many things happened during the year of 2015 for all of us, it was a year for new things for the Yuma Lodge.  We held a Membership Fest in March.  First time in a long time members gathered to … Continue reading

  • Yuma FOP members travel to New York to Honor fallen Brother

    Two Yuma FOP members who are also part of the Yuma Police Department Honor Guard traveled to New York to attend NYPD Officer Ramos’ funeral.  Because of the enormously generous offer from JetBlue airlines, they traveled for free to and … Continue reading

  • Flagstaff police officer shot by suspect dies

    FLAGSTAFF, AZ – A Flagstaff police officer has died after he was shot by a suspect Saturday afternoon. Flagstaff police said 24-year-old Tyler Jacob Stewart was following up on a domestic violence investigation from earlier in the day and went … Continue reading

  • President Egan address Yuma City Council

    During the Yuma City Council meeting on Feb 19, 2014 the Yuma Lodge President spoke to City Council.  Welcoming the newly elected officials, and once again requesting the City to rename two city streets to Honor Ofc. Gary Maas and … Continue reading

  • Yuma Lodge donates a Patrol K-9 to YPD.

    The Yuma Lodge officially “turned over the leash” on December 12th, 2013.  Through the graciousness of the Yuma community the Lodge was able to raise enough money to purchase a Patrol K9 and donate the dog to the Yuma Police … Continue reading