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Greetings and welcome to our new website. The FOP has over 7,000 members in Missouri and on their behalf, I hope that you take a moment to browse our site and find out what the FOP is all about.
Our membership is comprised primarily of full-time rank-and-file law enforcement officers employed in Missouri. The Missouri State FOP has over 27 local lodges that provide support and fraternalism to their respective membership.
As law enforcement officers, we cannot succeed without the support of the public that we proudly serve. We need your help on a variety of fronts as Missouri has become a difficult state to serve in. The Missouri State FOP seeks to change that through enlisting support and lobbying our legislature to make the changes necessary to better the lot of all law enforcement members. Our issues, while varied and oftentimes complex, simply to seek to rid the street of criminals and provide the best working environment for those that employ themselves in that endeavor.
We are always available to you, the public that we serve. Feel free to contact us for any reason.
Rick Inglima, President
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