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Clinton Doesn’t Want Police To Endorse Her

The leader of the National Fraternal Order of Police, Chuck Canterbury, told The Hill that presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sent a message through her staff that she wouldn’t be seeking the group’s endorsement. The union represents a strong political force at...

FOP Executive Board stands behind President Fox!!!

We, the Executive Board members of NJFOP, stand behind our State President Robert Fox in his efforts to get the Constitutional amendment for pension payments for police and other public employees voted on by the State Senate. We know that once this bill passes the...

Boycott Beyonce’ Concerts

Brothers and Sisters, I am appalled and outraged at Beyonce’s outright disregard for the millions of viewers during Super Bowl 50 halftime show performance. While Beyonce’ is considered by many as a very talented artist, it was poor judgment on her part to use Super...

Governor Christie Owes Us an Apology!

Governor Christie Owes Us an Apology!

Governor Christie...STOP calling law enforcement PIGS! That's our message to New Jersey's Governor who has his eyes set on the Nation's highest office...the Office of the President. The New Jersey Fraternal Order of Police observed...as all other New Jerseyans...

Shame, shame, shame on you, Quentin Tarantino!

The New Jersey Fraternal Order of Police has denounced and wholly condemned recent anti-police statements made by film director Quentin Tarantino. NJFOP President Robert W. Fox is calling on his members to boycott Tarantino’s films, including his Christmas-bound...

Governor Christie must live up to his word!

Today NJFOP President Bob Fox stood with Senate President Steve Sweeney and scores of other union members to speak out against the Supreme Court’s 5-2 decision on the pension lawsuit brought against Governor Chris Christie. President Fox has issued a statement...

NJFOP-Initiated Bill for Higher Ed. Police Becomes Law!

NJFOP-Initiated Bill for Higher Ed. Police Becomes Law!

(TRENTON) - Legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gordon Johnson and Charles Mainor requiring college and university police departments to adopt the Attorney General Guidelines on internal affairs policies and procedures was signed into law on Thursday. "Having...