Fraternal Order of Police, California Inland Empire Lodge #2

CAFOP Membership Resolution
Board of Directors
Legal Defense Fund (LDF)
HR 218 Legal Defense Plan



Any full-time, sworn law enforcement officer with arrest power who is employed by a government entity may become a member of the Fraternal Order of Police.

Constitution and By-Laws of the Fraternal Order of Police
Article 4 - Membership

Section 1. Any regularly appointed or elected and full-time employed law enforcement officer of the United States, any state or political subdivision thereof, or any agency may be eligible for membership in the Fraternal Order of Police, subject to the provisions of this Constitution. No person shall be denied membership on account of race, religion, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin.

Section 2. Subject only to the provisions of this Constitution, each state and subordinate lodge shall be the judge of its membership. Each state and subordinate lodge shall establish requirements for membership in good standing of its respective membership, which requirements shall not be inconsistent herewith.


Each local lodge has its own requirements regarding membership for retired law enforcement officers, Ca Lodge 2 accepts retired law enforcement officers. If you are a retired law enforcement officer and wish to join the Fraternal Order of Police, you will need to contact the local FOP lodge you wish to join.

California FOP
Inland Empire Lodge #2
PO Box 3986
Ontario, CA 919761-3986
(909) 214-0000