Pennsylvania is the birthplace of the Fraternal Order of Police, which was formed in Pittsburgh in 1915. The Pennsylvania State Lodge was established on July 24, 1934, and currently represents nearly 40,000 law enforcement members from Pennsylvania. The State Lodge works tirelessly on behalf of its membership providing member assistance, educational programs, public service, and by advocating on their behalf for legislation to enhance their safety and security as well as that of the public. The State Lodge has 107 subordinate lodges across the Commonwealth, and represents law enforcement officers from many different types of police agencies. We welcome you to our website and hope you enjoy the information provided here.
HARRISBURG (Nov. 10, 2016) – Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge President Les Neri today issued the following statement regarding the shooting death of a Canonsburg police officer and the wounding of another.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the deceased officer. He is a hero who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting the community he served. We honor his bravery and unselfishness in the face of danger. We also join the Canonsburg community in praying for the healing of the wounded officer. We ask all Pennsylvanians to pray for these officers, their families and their communities.”
Are the police racist? Do they disproportionately shoot African-Americans? Are incidents in places like Ferguson and Baltimore evidence of systemic discrimination? Heather Mac Donald, a scholar at the Manhattan Institute, explains. Click here to watch the You Tube video.
Brother Robert Podvorec
Robert Podvorec and his fight to survive against cancer.
To help Bob with his fight with cancer. To give him courage, and strength through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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