• 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

    Congratulations!

    Congratulations to K-9 Officer Aimee Krzykowski of the Berlin Police Department who was recently recognized as the Highest Individual Fundraiser by the American Cancer Society for their "Bark For Life" event!! Aimee, a Breast Cancer Survivor and a Member of the North Central Connecticut Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #33, raised a total of $7,900.

    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.

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    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.
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    FOP of Ohio Opposes Issue 1
    09/24/18 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
    For Immediate Release September 24, 2018 Contact:  Gary Wolske, Ohio FOP President Phone:  216-570-1242 The Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio has decided to oppose the constitutional amendment, Issue 1. The FOP of Ohio knows there needs to be a change of course when it comes to combating the opioid crisis, what we are doing today, is not working.
    EPPD Promotion Ceremony
    09/21/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association encourages all members to attend the El Paso Police Department's Promotion Ceremony on Friday, September 28, 2018.  The ceremony will be held at 10:00 AM in the AV Theater Room at the Wyndham Aiport Hotel, 2027 Airway Blvd.
    TEXAS 365 Foundation - Steak Dinner Fundraiser
    09/21/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Floyd East Jr. (Texas Tech PD Officer and El Pasoan) was killed in the line of duty on October 9th, 2017.  His wife, Carmen East started a foundation in his honor.  The TEXAS635 FOUNDATION assists Law Enforcement families around the country who have lost a loved one in the Line of Duty, with a donation to assist them during that difficult time.
    Ohio FOP Statement on Olentangy Local Schools Workshop
    09/19/18 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
    For Immediate Release September 19, 2018 Contact:  Gary Wolske, Ohio FOP President Phone:  216-570-1242 OHIO FOP STATEMENT ON OLENTANGY LOCAL SCHOOLS Columbus, OH -- The Olentangy Local School District has a workshop scheduled for tomorrow entitled, "Discussing Race and Racism with Children" featuring Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries.  Dr.
    Janus v. AFSCME
    09/19/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    On June 27, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Janus v. AFSCME.  Not surprisingly given the makeup of the Court, in a 5 to 4 decision the Court overturned its own precedent that had stood for over 40 years.
    Janus Decision
    09/19/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    PA FOP Issues Statement Regarding Shooting In East Pittsburgh
    09/19/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (June 21, 2018) – Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge President Les Neri today issued the following statement regarding the shooting in East Pittsburgh. "Law enforcement is a very dangerous profession. Police officers never know when rapidly evolving situations will lead them to the use of deadly force.
    COMPAS CALL FOR HELP TO DEFEAT I-940
    09/18/18 - KCPOG
    COMPAS Members: This is an URGENT call for HELP! If you are a member of the Seattle Police Officers' Guild the King County Police Officers' Guild or the Puget Sound Police Managers' Association , you are also a member of COMPAS! I-940 is finally here and I need ALL COMPAS members with their families and friends to engage in this battle.
    PORAC Legal Defense Fund
    09/18/18 - KCPOG
    THE PORAC LEGAL DEFENSE FUND The PORAC Legal Defense Fund is the nation's oldest, largest, and most respected public safety legal plan. Serving more than 123,000 members nationwide, PORAC-LDF remains committed to protecting the rights and benefits of its members since 1974.
    El Paso Police Officer Arrested and Charged With Injury to Child
    09/17/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Police Department’s Crimes Against Children (CAC) unit has arrested and charged five-year veteran El Paso Police Officer, Carlos Mendez with Injury to Child/Intent Serious Bodily Injury.  Investigators assigned to the El Paso Police Department’s CAC unit responded to University Medical Center (UMC) regarding an Injury to a Child case Thursday evening.
    El Paso police officer arrested in fatal hit-and-run wreck near Vinton on New Year's Day
    09/13/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    An El Paso Police Department officer was arrested months after he allegedly struck a pedestrian on Interstate 10 West and fled the scene, authorities said.
    EPPD lieutenant shares story of working on 9/11 as a New York police officer
    09/12/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Lt. John Schneider began his career as a police officer in New York before joining the El Paso Police Department. He remembers very vividly working and helping civilians during the 9/11 terrorist attack. "At first, I thought it was just a plane, possible small plane, it's happened in the area before," said Schneider. Schneider quickly realized it was a terrorist attack.
    2018-2019 PMSA Scholarship Recipients
    09/07/18 - LVPMSA
    We would like to congratulate the 2018/2019 PMSA Charitable Foundation Scholarship recipients!  We received some remarkable applications this year and are truly inspired by the talented children of our members.  We are honored to announce the winners as follows: $2,500 Award: Gabrielle Moses, daughter of Lieutenant James Moses (Ret.
    Annual EPMPOA Golf Tournament - Friday, October 26
    09/07/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association is hosting its 22nd Annual Golf Tournament on Friday, October 26, 2018, at the Horizon Country Club Golf Course, 16000 Ashford St. The 4-person per team scramble will kickoff at 8:00 AM.  This tournament is a fundraiser to benefit the EPMPOA's Ben Ayala Scholarship Fund.
    The public speaks: Cops are trusted
    09/06/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    To misquote Mark Twain, it is fair to say that the rumors of the death of trust for law enforcement have been greatly exaggerated. A recently released Gallup poll shows the Supreme Court, the medical system and Congress lagging behind the police as the most trusted institution in America.
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    09/04/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    Labor Day
    09/03/18 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
    On June 28, 1894 President Grover Cleveland signed into law a bill passed by Congress making Labor Day a national holiday.  This came about because in the late 19thcentury American workers were toiling 12 hours a day, seven days a week, many times in unsafe conditions.
    El Paso police officer who pointed gun at children cleared of wrongdoing in investigation
    08/30/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    An El Paso police officer who pointed his gun at children in a viral video was cleared of wrongdoing in an internal investigation, Chief Greg Allen said at a news conference Thursday. Allen said the investigation found that allegations that officer Joe Rios wrongfully pulled out his weapon and choked a minor were unfounded.
    EPPD proposes new headquarter building to El Paso City Council
    08/22/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    It's been 30 years since the El Paso Police Department moved into their current headquarters, which was once a Sears department store. El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen reported to El Paso City Council that the police department is in need of a new headquarters building on Tuesday.  Chief Allen said the efficiency of the building is costing the city money in repairs.
    A Day with the El Paso Police Department
    08/21/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Police Department is hosting a one-day event to introduce the various units of the El Paso Police Department.  Static displays and active demonstrations from Community Services, Traffic and Motors, SWAT, Crisis Management Team, Bomb Squad, K-9, COMSAR, Command Post, and Police Explorers to be held throughout the day.
    EPMPOA Sponsored "Wing Drive" Lunch
    08/21/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association is sponsoring a "Wing Drive" lunch to benefit Region VI (Headquarters) Auto Theft Detective Andrew Fonseca and his family.  This event is to raise money to assist the family with funeral expenses related to the recent passing of his son.
    Training Opportunity - Warrior Survival at Home and on the Streets
    08/13/18 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    This training is free to FOP members and family. Seats are limited and will fill up quickly. Partners in Crime (Spouses/Significant Others) Invited to Attend. Law enforcement can be one of the most challenging yet rewarding professions in our society. However, the challenges are growing daily.
    Non-Economic MOA 2015-2019
    08/12/18 - New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
    The Non-Economic MOA that was signed on July 26, 2018 for the 2015-2019 contract term is posted on the website in the contract section.
    Police & Fire Federal Credit Union
    08/11/18 - New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
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    STATE FOP RE-ELECTS LES NERI AS PRESIDENT
    08/03/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    Harrisburg, Pa. (Aug. 2, 2018)  The Fraternal Order of Police Pennsylvania State Lodge re-elected Les Neri to serve his fifth term as president of the organization. The entire Neri team won the election in early August and will serve two-year terms in office. The election concluded the PA FOP 45th Biennial Conference at the Hilton Harrisburg.
    EPPD to Honor (Ret.) Detective Nancy Schneider #438 with Retired Police Honors
    08/02/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Nancy J. Schneider #438, who passed away on July 30, 2018, at the age of 66.   (Ret.) Detective Schneider served the El Paso community as a peace officer for 21+ years.  She was commissioned by the El Paso Police Department on March 21, 1975 and retired on November 29, 1996.
    Ohio Conference Wrapup - Elections & Endorsements
    07/26/18 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
    Dear Brothers and Sisters, I want to start off this letter to the membership by introducing myself as your new Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio President.   I have been an active FOP member for close to 40 years.
    FOP of Ohio - Statewide Election Endorsements
    07/25/18 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2018 Contact: Gary Wolske, Ohio FOP President FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE OF OHIO ENDORSE FRIENDS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR 2018 ELECTIONS Independence, OH –The Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio (FOP) today announced endorsements for the 2018 Ohio elections.
    EPPD to Honor (Ret.) Capt. Roger W. Miller with Retired Police Honors
    07/24/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Captain Roger W. Miller #281, who passed away in Lucas, Texas on June 29, 2018, at the age of 84.   (Ret.) Captain Miller served the El Paso community as a peace officer for 22+ years.
    First Responders Suffer Too (FRST) Benefit
    07/23/18 - Denton Police Officers Association
    The Denton Police Officers Association is teaming up with the Denton Fire Fighter's Association and Texas Red Hot Radio to increase awareness of suicide among first responders while raising funds for the Denton County Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Team.
    El Paso police officer found not guilty in son's drowning
    07/20/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The police officer accused in the drowning of his 11-month-old son was found not guilty of injury to a child. On Thursday, the judge dropped two of the three charges he faces. Judge Susan Larson acquitted Raymond Licon Jr. on charges of abandoning and endangering a child and criminal negligent homicide.
    El Paso Police Chief addresses viral incident involving officer
    07/13/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen addresses viral video incident and discusses investigation process and Discipline Review Board.
    EPPD union it isn't opposed to body cameras; but feels money should be spent elsewhere
    07/12/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    Those who live in the neighborhood where this viral video was recorded told KFOX14 a lot of trouble happens near here, and it's usually caused by children. "They're really bad kids. They stop traffic down on Alameda, too,” said Joel Cantu, a neighbor. "I see them. Even in the store, they talk a lot of smack,” another neighbor said.
    Funeral Services for Retired Detective Carlos Mendoza
    07/10/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Detective Carlos "Chuck" Mendoza, who passed away on July 4, 2018 at the age of 86.   Funeral Services for (Ret.) Detective Carlos Mendoza are as follows: Thursday, July 12, 2018: -Visitation from 5:00 - 9:00 PM at Hillcrest Funeral Home-East, 1060 N. Carolina Dr.
    Criminal Trespass Viral Video Incident Being Investigated
    07/09/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    On Thursday, July 5th, officers responded to the area of 6700 block of Sambrano on a criminal trespass call.  A series of events unfolded while the officers were handling the call and culminated with the situation that was captured on video and posted on social media sites. The Department’s Internal Affairs Unit is conducting an investigation of the incident.
    Funeral Services for Retired Officer Dan "Pops" Christman
    07/09/18 - El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
    The El Paso Municipal Police Officers’ Association sadly announces the passing of retired Officer Daniel W. Christman #445, who passed away in Temple, Texas on July 4, 2018, one week shy of his 67th birthday.   (Ret.) Officer Christman served the El Paso community as a peace officer for 21+ years.
    Dad of 3 diagnosed with cancer
    07/09/18 - South Metro MN Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 14
    Please check out the gofundme page bellow in regards to helping out a fellow officer who was recently diagnosed with cancer.  https://www.gofundme.com/dad-of-3-diagnosed-with-cancer The following is from the webpage and written by a family member: "On Tuesday, June 5th, my world was turned upside down.
    Colorado FOP Endorses George Brauchler for Attorney General
    07/02/18 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    COLORADO FOP STATEWIDE MEDIA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today the state’s largest law enforcement organization proudly announced its endorsement of George Brauchler for the office of Attorney General in this year’s November election. The Colorado Fraternal Order of Police represents several thousand of this state’s sworn law enforcement officers.
    Officer Huot Arbitration Decision
    06/29/18 - Duluth Police Local #807
    On June 22, 2018, an arbitrator ordered Officer Adam Huot to be re-instated as a Duluth Police Officer.  Officer Huot’s employment had been terminated by the Department due to actions he took on May 20, 2017.  The Duluth Police Union subsequently grieved his termination and moved the matter to binding arbitration.
    JANUS DECISION - Boston Globe Article
    06/28/18 - Massachusetts Municipal Police Coalition
    Legislators weighing bill to ‘soften’ impact of Supreme Court ruling on unions  78 AL DRAGO/BLOOMBERG/FILE 2018 The Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional to require government employees to pay union fees.
    Janus v. AFSCME
    06/28/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    On June 27, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision in Janus v. AFSCME.  Not surprisingly given the makeup of the Court, in a 5 to 4 decision the Court overturned its own precedent that had stood for over 40 years.
    Janus Decision
    06/27/18 - Pennsylvania State Lodge FOP
    Statement of the Colorado FOP State Lodge on SCOTUS "Janus" decision:
    06/27/18 - Colorado State Lodge F.O.P.
    While this decision is one we fervently oppose, the impact on the FOP in Colorado is anticipated to be minimal. In Colorado there is no state-wide law granting public sector employees collective bargaining rights. Those rights are conferred locally. The FOP is the bargaining agent for the majority of police employees in Colorado that do have bargaining rights given by their city or county.
    SCOTUS Decision won’t affect FOP’s ability to represent members
    06/27/18 - Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio, Inc.
    Ohio FOP President Jay McDonald: SCOTUS Decision won’t affect FOP’s ability to represent members COLUMBUS –Jay McDonald, President of the Ohio Fraternal Order of Police, released the following statement addressing the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision this morning in Janus v. AFSCME.
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    06/20/18 - New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
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