PA FOP Lodge 114
Conservation Police Officers
  • Member Login
    Username:

    Password:


    Not registered yet?
    Click Here to sign-up

    Forgot Your Login?
    Download Our App!

    Site Search
    Site Map
    RSS Feeds
    Important Links
    Grievance Tracker Login
    State FOP Website
    Grand Lodge Website
    Upcoming Events
    Dues reimbursement deadline
    Jul 31, 2021
    Dues reimbursement deadline for those that have paid more than the maximum contributed by Fish WCO's and Game Game Wardens.
    General Membership and Board Meeting
    Aug 12, 2021
    Ramada Inn 1450 S. Atherton St State College
    North West Regional meeting
    Sep 01, 2021
    Place, date and time to be determined
    South Central Regional meeting
    Sep 01, 2021
    Location, date and time to be determined
    Board of Directors meeting
    Sep 23, 2021
    Ramada Inn 1450 S. Atherton St. State College
  • Message from PA State Lodge
    Posted On: Mar 14, 2021

    Brothers and Sisters,

    The U.S. House of Representatives just passed H.R. 1280, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, by a vote of 220-210. This legislation now moves to the U.S. Senate. This bill includes sweeping police reform. One issue of critical importance to our membership is a provision that calls for the elimination of qualified immunity for law enforcement.

    Qualified immunity allows police officers to respond to incidents without pause, make split-second decisions, and rely on their training and the current state of the law in making those decisions. The loss of qualified immunity protection would have a profoundly chilling effect on police officers and would limit their ability and willingness to respond to both critical incidents and routine calls for service without hesitation.

    Qualified immunity does not protect officers that "knowingly violate the law." In cases where it is obviously, or sufficiently clear, that the officer's conduct was unlawful, qualified immunity is unavailable and the case will proceed to trial.

    Qualified immunity does not protect a police officer from criminal charges, internal investigations and/or termination.

    We're asking you to take action today by: 

    C
    ontacting  Senator Bob Casey and Senator Pat Toomey and ask that they continue to protect those who place their lives on the line every day in the service of the citizens of Pennsylvania by voting no on H.R. 1280.

    Icon

Description automatically generated Tweeting at 
    @SenBobCasey and @SenToomey and ask that they continue to protect those who place their lives on the line every day in the service of the citizens of Pennsylvania by voting no on H.R. 1280.

    Logo, icon

Description automatically generated Sending a Facebook message to 
    @SenatorBobCasey and @senatortoomey and ask that they continue to protect those who place their lives on the line every day in the service of the citizens of Pennsylvania by voting no on H.R. 1280.  

    You can read the act here and see how your US House members voted –

    Text - H.R.1280 - 117th Congress (2021-2022): George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2021 | Congress.gov | Library of Congress


  • Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 114

    Copyright © 2021.
    All Rights Reserved.

    Powered By UnionActive



  • Top of Page image