Frequently Asked Questions 

A. We have an Associate Membership for those who are not active or retired law enforcement or corrections.  We accept applications for an Associate Membership during periods of open enrollment which are announced on the Membership page of our website.   

A:  Yes.  You will need to obtain a Letter of Demit from your lodge and send it with your application before we can process you as a member in Lodge #113.   FOP Bylaws prohibit membership in two lodges so you will need to be removed from the roster at your current lodge before we can accept an application for membership with Lodge #113.

A:  Each member or associate member can bring up to three guests at a time.  The guest must be within eyesight of the member or associate member while on the FOP property.   You are responsible for all actions of your guests.  It is your responsibility to be sure all range rules are followed. The “guest privilege” may not be used to conduct any type of training.

NOTE:  This policy is current under legal review and is subject to change. 

A:  No.  Use of the facilities is extended to the card holder and up to three guests.  The card holder must be present, and remain on premises, at all times. 

A:  Members and Associate Members are prohibited from conducting any type of training on FOP property and are jeopardizing membership in doing so.   All training is coordinated through the Lodge.  FOP #113 offers various training opportunities throughout the year.   

A.  No.  Tannerite or anything similar is prohibited. 

A.  No,  we do not have the facilities to accommodate skeet shooting. 

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