Only members can enjoy the benefits and services that define the New Jersey State Fraternal Order of Police and its mission: to promote improvements in the standard of living conditions for individuals in the law enforcement profession.

Currently more than 365,000 members are organized in 2,100 local chapters throughout the country. In New Jersey, your state chapter has made the enrollment process efficient and easy. Before applying, let’s make sure you’re eligible.

Who Can Join the NJFOP?

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.

This includes any regularly appointed or elected and full-time employed law enforcement officer of the United States, or any state or political subdivision or agency thereof.

Individuals who have honorably retired from such employment because of length of service or disability may also apply. Each local lodge has its own requirements regarding membership for retired law enforcement officers. Please contact your local lodge for membership eligibility.

How do I Join?

If you are interested in joining a Fraternal Order of Police lodge in New Jersey, please complete the form located on our website. We will get back to you concerning your eligibility status and which local lodge is nearest you.

Unrivaled benefits and services are enjoyed by all members of the New Jersey FOP. Become a member today and start enjoying the special privileges you deserve.

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