The Fraternal Order of Police is the world's largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, with more than 325,000 members in more than 2,100 lodges. We are the voice of those who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving our communities. We are committed to improving the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation. 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 FOP. 
Massachusetts State Fraternal Order of Police

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During the April Regional Trustee Meeting that was hosted by the DOC FOP Lodge #28 at the Millersville Men’s Club in Blackstone, MA on April 16, 2014 William Cabino received a plaque and a Lifetime Membership to the FOP. This award was given on behalf Lodge #28 presented by President Todd Bramwell of the Massachusetts Fraternal Order of Police. William is a retired Correctional Officer. The son of William, Lance Corporal Shayne M. Cabino, USMC was killed in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005. A second award was given by Dave Malone who is the American Legion Commander from Post 85 in Woonsocket, R.I. and he is also Commander of the Department of Rhode Island First County Legion. Dave presented William Cabino with the American Legion Medal of Valor.
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Next meeting -
​Wednesday, December 17th
State Lodge - Norton, MA
5:30PM


​​​​​​​​​Massachusetts FOP Members,

After careful consideration, the Massachusetts Fraternal Order of Police are proud to announce their support for a "NO" vote on question 3, repeal of the casino law. The $400 million in revenue generated by the resort casino law will increase local aid, enhance public safety and help improve municipal police services. This is money that is currently being spent in other states. After conversations with public safety officials in other jurisdictions that have gaming facilities, we know that casinos have no major impact on crime. The Massachusetts expanded gaming law is recognized nationally for its comprehensiveness, oversight and compliance measures. We urge each of our members to vote "NO" on question 3 and to encourage their family and friends to do the same.

Fraternally,

The Massachusetts FOP Executive Board

Press Release!!

The Massachusetts Fraternal Order of Police is pleased to announce the appointment of Boston Detective Mike Kane to the position of State Treasurer. Mike has been very involved with the state lodge for the past few years contributing and assisting in the many activities of the order. His experience and enthusiasm is a welcome addition to the executive board.

The Executive Board would also like to congratulate Jim Fowlie (Ret. Melrose P.D.). Jim was unanimously re-elected to the position of Chairman of Trustees. This Re-Election was made by the lodge trustees in attendance at the October meeting. Jim has served in that position for the past year and a half. He has done a great job and been a great asset to this organization.

With the addition of Mike and the re-election Jimmy, we look forward to the continued growth and success of the F.O.P. in Massachusetts.

FOP member Boston Detective Dan Conboy of District 18 (Hyde Park) presents a check for $250 to the E18 Community Service Office. This donation is possible by the FOP through Lodge #82 (Metro Boston). The money was used to sponsor a Halloween party for the kids in Hyde Park. Pictured from left to right: Officer Carol Morse, Officer Mary DiBella, Civilian Gerry McElmoyle and Det. Conboy.