• Fundraiser for Terminated FOP Member

    Brothers & Sisters, On 01/11/20 at 6 p.m. a fundraiser will be held in support of Jason Trombly (a member of North Central FOP Lodge #33) and his family.  Jason was recently terminated from his position as a Sergeant with the Simsbury Police Department following an investigation.  As a result of the investigation that was conducted Jason was terminated.

    Hartfor Courant Op-Ed by FOP Lodge #33 Secretary

    I am a police officer, and I have been angry. For months, I have heard the attacks on my fellow officers. I have seen the media and the Al Sharptons take common criminals and turn them into martyrs. I have seen people who have never worn a badge or put their lives on the line comment on police procedures.

    Your Mental Health & Wellness

    For 29 years I lived a fairy tale life. I was married to my best friend and husband, Paul. We began dating when we were 17 years old and were married at age 22. We had two wonderful sons, Jared and Benjamin and a precious dog named Frosty. We had no money problems, no family issues; we didn’t smoke, drink or gamble; we laughed and loved each other; we took family vacations and enjoyed each other’s company. Life was great. Then, on March 12, 2013, my fairy tale life ended. My husband of 34 years died by suicide. Suicide; it’s a terrible ugly and taboo word, especially when it happens to an LEO. How could this happen to someone like Paul? You may also be asking why I’m sharing this personal story with the world. My sons and I are not ashamed or embarrassed by Paul’s story. It’s a story that is real and can happen to the best LEO’s. Does the life I describe sound like someone who would take their own life? It’s time to break the silence. Paul was an East Hartford Connecticut Police Officer for almost 24 years. He was a well-respected and dedicated officer. He was a friend to all. During his years of service he received a meritorious service citation, lifesaving citation, and many commendations. He was also awarded “East Hartford Police Officer of the Year” in 2008. He spent most of his career was in patrol, working midnights. He was the kind of police officer that you would want to be stopped by. He made friends with the bad guys; they often asked for him. As with all LEO’s, he saw the worst things in the world such as car accidents, drunk drivers, dead people, dead babies, murder/suicides, and even watched a teenager who was stabbed die in his arms. He also lost a fellow officer, Brain Aselton, who died in the line of duty. When Paul started his career he had perfect health. Paul suffered from some depression and anxiety but nothing that could not be helped through his family practitioner with medication. He also suffered many health ailments incurred after many years on the job – hypertension, lower back problems, sleep apnea, etc. During the fall of 2012, the job that Paul had inside the department as desk/fleet/scheduling/court officer was becoming too stressful. Paul reached out to administration by writing a letter about the position and how difficult the job was becoming as responsibilities were continually added. He asked for a change in his work schedule and said “…I am willing to work with anyone to make this position more reasonable.” He asked “If this position can’t be modified per my request I would like to be permitted to return to patrol for next year’s bid which starts on February 2, 2013.” No one responded. Without his knowledge, while away on vacation in September, his position was posted and shortly after Paul returned to midnight shift on patrol. Still, no one from administration spoke to him about the position and the stress he was feeling. During the fall of 2012, I watched as my husband struggled with depression and anxiety. Paul needed help. Without knowing where to turn or what to do, he called Employee Assistance Program and made an appointment with a psychiatrist. He was given a meditation handbook and referred to a nurse practitioner who would handle his medication. This psychiatrist knew nothing about LEO’s. Paul never went back. Paul continued to struggle. He was sleeping more, losing weight, and beginning to feel like a failure. He felt ashamed; he was supposed to be this strong police officer and yet here he was struggling. He told me “I have everything a man dreams of, why do I feel this way?” In December 2012/January 2013 he began to see a new psychiatrist and was actively taking medication. He was diagnosed with Panic Disorder/PTSD related to the job. January 2013 – While working midnight shift, Paul responded to a chaotic scene, an apartment fire where babies were being thrown from the windows and people were jumping. He was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. He told me “It was like 9/11; people and kids were everywhere screaming. I can’t do this job anymore.” February 2013 – Paul took one month off from work. There were some good days where he “looked” OK. On other days, he talked about work and how stressed he was and that he couldn’t do the job anymore and it was killing him inside. We talked about the possibility of retirement, disability, and quitting. Retirement was so close (July 2014) but yet so far away from Paul. He wouldn’t let me take him to the hospital because he was embarrassed that people may know him there and he feared he would lose his job. March 2013 – A permanent position was made inside the department for Paul and he returned to work. On March 12, 2013 Paul died by suicide at the East Hartford Police Department. Paul left two notes, one at the police department and one found at home. He said “….make my death an issue so you can get help for other people like me.” “I wish I could tell people that every time I think of work I get stressed out and anxious but if I told them I was suicidal I would be out of a job.” This is why my sons and I are on a mission. We need to help others and make changes in the way law enforcement looks at depression/anxiety/panic disorder/PTSD. The stress of the job is real and it exists. Suicide is not an act of cowardice but one of extreme stress and a measure of last resort to end the pain and suffering. One cannot “snap out of it” and the best way to stop suicide is to destroy the current culture where police officers cannot admit they are human. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it’s not there. There needs to be more training and peer support. Administration needs to understand the stressors that each officer faces. EAP didn’t work for Paul. I hope that you will help me fufill my husband’s last wish which was to make his death an issue and help others. Please take the time to view the personal video of Paul’s story. My husband, who was this kind, caring, and loving person truly bore the pain of those he protected and served. The video can be viewed on Youtube “Breaking the Silence of Police Suicide”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyVQMH-Pfws Please, also, take a few minutes to view the movie trailer on Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO01Qeg15KU It is a film that is being produced to help law enforcement officers survive the rigors of their stressful careers. It explores the darker side of law enforcement. It is powerful and real. Let’s work together to break the silence. Trish Buchanan is the widow of East Hartford, Connecticut Police Officer Paul S. Buchanan Badge Number 208 who died by suicide on March 12, 2013. She seeks to bring light to the subject of police suicide by talking about it. Trisha is an executive assistant in a Hartford Connecticut suburb and the proud mother of two sons. Her current passion is working to establish a 5-K First Responder run in Officer Buchanan’s memory. Trish’s strong faith has sustained her through this terrible time in her life. You may reach her at trishbuchanan208@yahoo.com If you, a loved one, a subordinate, or a colleague is experiencing problems like Officer Buchanan, help is available 24 hours per day at Safe Call Now 206 459 3020. Safe Call Now is not EAP. By Washington State law, information shared with Safe Call Now cannot be obtained by law enforcement agencies no matter where you call from. - See more at: http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/2014/03/27/preventing-police-suicide-a-police-wife-breaks-the-silence/#sthash.jPsaMitU.ElhQsZp8.dpuf

    Wall Street Journal OpEd: The justice nominee and the cop killer

    Wall Street Journal OpEd: The justice nominee and the cop killer 02/26/2014 In the coming weeks, the Senate will consider the nomination of Debo Adegbile to be assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's civil-rights division. There are those who object to the nominee on various grounds, and others who defend him.

    Legislative News

    Grand Lodge Fraternal Order of Police President Chuck Canterbury writes letter to Congressman Michael Thompson Chairman of the Gun Violence Prevention Task Force, outlining the FOP's recommendations of critical elements foraddressing gun violence.
    Download: 2013_0213.pdf


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    Cite and Release San Marcos
    04/10/20 - San Marcos Police Officers' Association
    Between 2015 and 2019 there were 17 murders in the City of San Marcos.  9 of those murders (53%) were marijuana related.  The San Marcos City Council wants to make a distributable amount of marijuana (Posession Of Marijuana greater than 2oz but less than 4oz) a Class A misdemeanor, a Cite and Release Offense.
    Feb/March Gendarme
    04/08/20 - Saint Louis Police Officers Association
    COVID-19 Executive Order from Governor Greg Abbott
    04/01/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    As of Wednesday, March 31, 2020, there have been fifty (50) confirmed cases of COVID-19 in El Paso County (not including Fort Bliss), and we now have confirmed "community spread," which means the virus is spreading within the local community, as opposed to individuals getting the virus while traveling. Following "Stay Home, Work Safe" orders is more important than ever.
    EPMPOA and Texas 635 Partner to Help Keep Officers Safe
    03/31/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association would like to thank Texas 635 for their sponsorship with assisting in the purchase of 300 gallons of disinfectant and spray bottles. The disinfectant, germicidal detergent and deodorant will be used by members department-wide against a broad spectrum of pathogens, to hopefully include the corona virus (COVID-19).
    A New Beat For Police: Enforcing Social Distance
    03/27/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    In New York City, they've started dismantling basketball hoops to prevent people from gathering in parks and playing. In Lakewood, New Jersey, police broke up a wedding being held in violation of a ban on large gatherings. And in Austin, Texas, officers are encouraging people to call a hotline to snitch on violators of the city's orders for people to stay home.
    Open Childcare for first responders!
    03/26/20 - New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
    The Coalition of Custody Unions, NJLECOA, NJSOA, NJLESA, PBA 105, request the opening of child care for first responders. Staff can not report to work with the schools closed and child care facilities.
    Letter for Designated Testing Site
    03/26/20 - New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
    At close to 10,000 represented sworn law enforcement officers, we need a designated testing site for our members. Working with our brother unions, we are striving to get the necessities to complete our mission.
    COVID-19 and HIPAA: Disclosures to law enforcement, paramedics, other first responders and public health authorities
    03/26/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
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    03/26/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
    El Paso officials issue 'stay home, work safe' order to battle spread of Coronavirus
    03/25/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    El Paso Mayor Dee Margo, County Judge Ricardo Samaniego and Dr. Hector Ocaranza agonized over the historic 'stay home, work safe' order for days. "This decision was not an easy one for me, for the judge, for any of us," Margo said. "We're dealing with lives versus livelihoods.
    Sign Up for the Emergency Alert System
    03/20/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Get alerted about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for the El Paso’s Emergency Alert System. This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as community events, severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods and other important information.
    LELS/MPPOA Deputy Krook Statement
    03/19/20 - Duluth Police Local #807
    LELS and the MPPOA releaseses a statement in regard to Deputy Krook being found not guilty for the use of deadly force defending himself and partners while trying to diffuse a situation with a suicidal male.
    NATIONAL FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE
    03/17/20 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    Please review the attached pdf released by National President Pat Yoes on FOP meetings at the National, State, and Local Level.
    COVID-19 & HLA/WC
    03/17/20 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    The risk to law enforcement from COVID-19 is obvious.  One of the many questions being asked concerns the issue of what Heart and Lung (HLA) or Worker’s Compensation (WC) benefits are available to law enforcement officers in the event an officer contracts the disease.
    COVID-19
    03/17/20 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    The Pennsylvania State Lodge executive board will continue to monitor the rapidly changing situation related to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).
    EPMPOA Board and General Membership Meetings Cancelled
    03/17/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    After much consideration and discussion, the El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association has made the difficult decision to cancel the Board of Directors meeting scheduled for 1:00 PM this afternoon (March 17, 2020), as well as the General Membership meeting scheduled for 7:00 PM on Thursday, March 19, 2020.
    El Paso man faces more charges after being shot by police near Riverside High School
    03/17/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A man faces additional charges after he was shot and wounded by an El Paso police officer in a confrontation last week in the Riverside area, police officials said Monday. Alexander Scott Maestas allegedly took out a handgun and was shot by a patrol officer who had stopped to check him after a call about a man with a gun near Riverside High School on March 11.
    Veteran El Paso police officer shoots suspicious man with gun near Lower Valley school
    03/11/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A veteran El Paso police officer shot and wounded a suspicious man with a gun who was wandering the grounds of Riverside High School, authorities said. The officer-involved shooting happened shortly after 9:30 a.m. Wednesday near Hockney and Midway in the Lower Valley. That's where police said they tracked a 23-year-old man who was spotted on the grounds of Riverside a short time earlier.
    Montgomery County Lodge 14 By-Laws
    03/09/20 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    Fourth Annual Fallen Officers Memorial Car Show
    03/05/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association in conjunction with the El Paso Fallen Officers Memorial Foundation will host the Fourth Annual Fallen Officers Memorial Car Show on Saturday, April 4, 2020.  The event will be held at the Southwest University Diesel Shop located at 6500 Montana Ave. (inside and outside).
    EPPD to Honor Retired Ofc. Gilbert Federico with Retired Police Honors
    03/04/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Officer Gilbert R. Federico #134, who passed away on February 29, 2020 at the age of 80.  (Ret.) Officer Federico served the El Paso community as a peace officer for 20+ years.  He was commissioned by the El Paso Police Department on May 22, 1964 and retired on September 4, 1984.
    A Guide To Understanding Mass Shootings In America
    02/28/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Several people were reportedly killed in a shooting at the Milwaukee campus of Molson Coors Beverage Company on February 26. According to initial reports, seven people were killed, including the shooter, making it one of the worst shootings in Wisconsin history. This isn’t the first mass shooting at a U.S.
    Police Arrest Hit and Run Driver that Injured Firefighter
    02/26/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The hit-and-run driver that hit Firefighter Armando Lopez while he was assisting at the scene of a crash on February 12, 2020 has been arrested.  Special Traffic Investigations (STI) officers traced down the vehicle involved and obtained an arrest warrant for the driver.  She had been identified as 46–year old Shiloh Danielle Hutchings.
    Report: Texas Inequality linked to drop in Union Membership
    02/26/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Texas is tied with Virginia for the third-lowest union membership rate in the country at 4%, according to a new report from the Center for Public Policy Priorities.
    Funeral Services for Retired Lieutenant Fernando Pena Jr.
    02/17/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of Retired Lieutenant Fernando Pena Jr., #111, on February 12, at the age of 82.  (Ret.) Lt. Pena served with the El Paso Police Department for 21 years, from June 1961 until his retirement on June 21, 1982.    Funeral Services for (Ret.) Lieutenant Fernando Pena Jr.
    Funeral Services for Officer Jesus Munoz
    02/17/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the death of Officer Jesus M. Munoz #2874, who passed away at his home on February 12, 2020 at the age of 31.  Officer Munoz served with the El Paso Police Department for almost 8 years, since March 2012.    Funeral Services for Officer Jesus M.
    Saint Patrick's Day Law Enforcement Fundraiser
    02/16/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
    The Greater Boston Police Softball League and The Winchester Elks Lodge Lodge #1445 will be hosting the Sixth Annual St. Patrick’s Day Law Enforcement Benefit on March 14, 2020.  The event will take place at the Winchester Elks located at 375 Cambridge Street Winchester starting at 6:00 PM.  Tickets for the event are $20.00.
    National Poll Shows 82 Percent Favorable Opinion Of Police Officers, A Law Enforcement Alliance Says
    02/13/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Results of a new national poll shows support of local police officers, according to an alliance of law enforcement officers. The United Coalition of Public Safety announced findings Wednesday, saying that 82 percent of those surveyed believe that their local officers are honest and trustworthy.
    EPMPOA Sponsored "Wing Drive" Fundraiser for Albee Family
    02/13/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    Funeral Services for Retired Officer Edward Saucedo
    02/12/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    Funeral Services for Retired Officer Gerald Laneaux
    02/11/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    El Paso police narcotics detective killed in Arizona traffic crash blamed on drunk driver
    02/10/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    El Paso police detective killed in Arizona head-on crash
    02/10/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A detective with the El Paso Police Department was killed in a crash in Arizona on Sunday. Officials with El Paso police identified the detective as 51-year-old Richard Allbee. The two-vehicle crash happened on Sunday around 6:19 p.m. on U.S. 70 near Bylas, Arizona.
    Texas officer killed, another injured after being struck by vehicle during traffic stop
    02/06/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    A seven-year veteran of the Corpus Christi Police Department, Officer Alan McCollum, was killed and another officer, Michael Love, was injured during a traffic stop on the evening of Jan. 31, reports Caller Times. Department spokesperson Lt. Michael Pena said three officers were conducting a traffic stop when a vehicle struck one of the units.
    National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is Running Out of Room for New Names
    01/31/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is running out of room for new names. An average of 337 names are added to the memorial every year, and at this rate, there won't be enough room.  When the memorial was first dedicated in October 1991, it displayed the names of 12,561 officers who died in the line of duty through the end of 1990.
    Funeral Services for Retired Sergeant Jesse Mireles
    01/31/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Sergeant Jesse Mireles #1396, who passed away on January 29, 2020 at the age of 57.  (Ret.) Sergeant Mireles served with the El Paso Police Department for 25+ years, from October 1990 until his retirement on October 5, 2015.    Funeral Services for (Ret.
    Former El Paso police officer found guilty of raping woman he met on the job
    01/31/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    Line of Duty Death - Newport News Virginia
    01/28/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
    From Brotherhood of the Fallen Boston Newport News Police Officer Katie Thynes, who was tragically killed in the line of duty after being dragged during a motor vehicle stop on January 23. 2020 will be laid to rest Saturday in Lowell Massachusetts.
    Name of El Paso County sheriff's deputy to be added at National Law Enforcement Memorial
    01/28/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    Thinking of Promoting?
    01/23/20 - Henderson Police Officers' Association
    The Henderson Police Officers Association (located in the Las Vegas valley) will be hosting Assessment Centers for Public Safety taught by Rick Michelson with the KSA Group.  Dates are Saturday March 14 & Sunday March 15 and the cost is $345, or $295 for HPOA Members.  Please see flyer for more details.   http://assessmentcentertraining.
    10th Annual "Jail Break" Half Marathon & 5K Runs
    01/22/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    All EPMPOA members are invited to participate in the 10th Annual "Jail Break" Half Marathon and 5K Runs that will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020, at Lee College in Baytown, Texas (outside of Houston).  The "Jail Break Run" is brought to you annually by the police charity - Project Blue.  The half-marathon was designed by runners for runners.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Francisco Loya
    01/22/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Francisco Loya #239, who passed away on January 19, 2020 at the age of 72.  (Ret.) Detective Loya served with the El Paso Police Department for 20+ years, from May 1970 until his retirement on December 30, 1990.    Funeral Services for (Ret.) Detective Francisco M.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Robert A. Pell
    01/20/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    IRISH ANGEL COMING TO BOSTON
    01/17/20 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
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    Fallen Border Patrol K-9 agent honored by local, state, federal dignitaries
    01/16/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The U.S. Border Patrol and other agencies gathered at the Abundant Living Faith Center Wednesday morning to say their final goodbyes to one of their own. A K-9, Bulder, was killed in the line of duty last month. The Border Patrol, CBP, El Paso police, El Paso Mayor Dee Margo and many other agencies came to pay their respects to Bulder Wednesday morning.
    EPPD and the Texas Department of Public Safety now accepting applications for Citizen's Academy
    01/16/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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    EPPD Promotions Ceremony
    01/13/20 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
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