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Michigan Fraternal Order of Police

State Lodge

124 W. Allegan, Suite #1100

(11th floor of the Boji Tower, Downtown Lansing)

Lansing, MI  48933


517-367-8262 (fax)









Mifop Labor Council



The Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council has announced a new, direct-line phone service for quicker, Statewide response. 

          Placing a call to the new phone service will provide direct access to Labor Council representatives for current FOPLC members – as well as for those who are interested in moving up to the superior level of law enforcement related representation.

           Go with the only nationwide law enforcement association that has 98-years of experience representing all of the law enforcement community – all across the United States.

          Contact the FOPLC 24/7/365:  517 – 679 – 5090;  (FAX) 517 – 679 – 5091; This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .





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 The Fraternal Order of Police is the nation's largest police organization with a membership of 310,000. Founded in 1915, the F.O.P. represents professional, full-time officers from all agencies of law enforcement. The State Lodge of Michigan was formed in 1939 and is proud to be Michigan's largest and oldest law enforcement organization. We have a membership of 7,500 Active and 5,000 Associate members organized in 70 lodges located throughout the State. The F.O.P. is recognized as the VOICE of law enforcement in Michigan.



8th Grade Essay Contest Update:

It is with regret that I inform you that the Michigan Fraternal Order of Police, State Lodge of Michigan, is suspending its annual 8th Grade Essay Contest: Why I Will Say NO to Alcohol and Drugs



Fundraising Information

The Fop is currently doing a phone solicitation we work with a company called Corporations for Character (C4C).  The money that is donated from this is used to support local charities and legislative efforts to improve working conditions for police officers in Michigan. In order for you to feel safe we have to make sure our Police officers in Michigan stay safe as well. They are out there risking there lives everyday protecting you and your loved ones.  The phone numbers we use to call you are -  231-337-2279,  231-337-2299 and 877-367-7570.  Please contact the State lodge at 517-367-8000  if you received a call and it was not one of these phone numbers or you would like us to put you on our do not call list.







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Attached you will find the Legislative Report prepared by Muchmore Harrington Smalley and Associates for the State Lodge. As you can see it is twenty pages long and contains the legislation that has been introduced, this session, that affects law Enforcement and Public Safety.

Also attached is the Michigan Fraternal Order of Police Primary Report. This is a list of up to date legislation pulled from the Legislative Tracking Report listed above.   These pieces of legislation have the most impact on collective bargaining and working conditions.

You can go to  http://www.michiganlegislature.mi.gov/ to read the full text of these bills.

The State Lodge along with our lobbyist Sandi Lewis are tracking these pieces of legislation and will give you periodic updates.

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT your State Legislator and ask them where they stand on these key pieces of legislation.








 Michigan Secretary of State

 Law Enforcement Policies Update.

Click here to review an explanation of the Secretary of State Business Application Modernization (BAM)

Click here to view the MSOS Law Enforcement Policies Update



              Michigan Fraternal Order of Police
                124 W Allegan St. Suite #1100
           Lansing, MI  48933

               Fax:  517-367-8262
              This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.