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  • ABOUT THE FOP
    Oct 22, 2019
    National History In the early 1900s, police officers around the country were required to work grueling 12-hour days, 7 days a week. Additionally they were on call 24 hours a day in case of emergencies. There was no formal grievance process and officers were forced to accept conditions as they were.
    Oct 22, 2019
    Ohio History The first State of Ohio lodge (The McKinley Lodge No. 27) was organized by Captain Joseph H. Pence in Canton on May 23, 1920. It is the only lodge in Ohio that has remained active since its founding. Pence went on to become the national president of the F.O.P. in 1935. He gained recognition throughout Ohio as a result of his fight against police cutbacks during the Depression.
    Oct 22, 2019
         Western Cuyahoga Lodge #25 of The Fraternal Order of Police was formed in 1936 for the purpose of bettering conditions of police officers.  In a conversation with F.O.P.


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