***ENROLLMENT IS CLOSED FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP*
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Please check back here for the announcement of October 2022 open enrollment. (Updated 08/27/2022)
***We do not maintain a waiting list.***
***READ THE ENTIRE PAGE BEFORE SUBMITTING A REQUEST FOR MEMBERSHIP.***
The application process must be completed no later than three days after you receive the link to apply.
- Membership for Active or Retired Law Enforcement or Corrections Officers is ALWAYS OPEN. Those who meet the criteria who are wanting to apply for membership should complete a CONTACT US at the bottom of the page after reading the information below.
- Those who are seeking an Associate Membership (civilians) may submit a CONTACT US below during open enrollment after reading the information below. Due to the volume of requests we receive, we are not able to respond to requests received outside of open enrollment for Associate Membership.
Reinstatement of Lapsed Membership: If you have previously been a member of FOP #113 and are seeking reinstatement of membership, complete a Contact Us form to receive information on what you need to do to re-activate your membership. There is a $100 reinstatement fee due prior to processing with your annual fee membership due upon acceptance of reinstatement.
Your annual fee payment for 2022 will be due upon finalizing your reinstatement, regardless of when it is processed during 2022. Upon reinstatement, your future annual fee due date will revert to your due date based on your initial membership.
IMPORTANT*****Effective January 1, 2023, any member, associate member, or range member who has lapsed in membership will have annual fees assessed to their account at a rate as determined by the Board of Directors which is currently $200 per year. The accrual balance must be brought current before reinstatement is permitted.
Example: John Smith lapses in membership June 2018. It is January 2023 and Mr. Smith would like to reinstate his membership with FOP #113. He did not pay his annual fee in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, and now it is 2023. Mr. Smith will owe $1000 in arrearages (5 years x $200) plus $200 for 2023 annual fees.
As the Fraternal Order of Police, our priority processing of applications for membership is for Active / Retired Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers. We will process civilian applications for an Associate Membership on a limited and controlled basis. The number of associate membership applications being processed will be contingent upon the number of applications received from Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers.