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Legislative Update Fall 2010
Updated On: Mar 16, 2012

Steve Young Law Enforcement Legislative Advocacy Center

The Fraternal Order of Police is the largest organization of law enforcement professionals in the United States. The FOP maintains an office in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill, where a full-time professional staff actively lobbies Congress and the Administration on the issues most important to rank-and-file law enforcement officers. The National Legislative Program is the most active and comprehensive of any law enforcement organization in Washington.

Log in to the Members area to enter the Washington Watch: Grassroots Action Network. Get involved today to help the FOP move our top legislative priorities through the U.S. Congress and find out what you can do in your State!
 
For more information on FOP legislative support positions click this link: FOP Legislative Support.  For any other input or legislative questions please do not hesitate to contact the National FOP Legislative Office.
 
Washington, D.C. Staff

Jim Pasco, Executive Director
Tim Richardson, Senior Legislative Liaison
Breanna Bock-Nielsen, Legislative Liaison
Jessica Caswell, NFOP PAC Director
Janis Gross, Administrative Assistant

328 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
(202) 547-8189 Phone
(202) 547-8190 Fax

natlfop@fop.net
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National Fraternal Order of Police PAC Contribution Form

 
Please return the form and contribution to:


National Fraternal Order of Police PAC
328 Massachusetts Ave., N.E.
Washington, DC 20002
 
Name of Contributor______________________________________
 
Occupation_____________________________________________________
 
Employer______________________________________________________
 
Home Address _____________________________________________________________
 
____________________________________________________________________
 
Phone #________________________________________________
 
E-mail Address__________________________________________
 
Contribution Amount (Please circle one):
$25      $50      $100    $150    $200    Other $______
 
Date______________________________
 
Is contributor a member of the F.O.P.?  Y     N
 
A. If YES, please list:
F.O.P. State Lodge__________________________________
 
F.O.P. Local Lodge__________________________________
 
F.O.P. Membership #________________________________
 
B. If NO, please list:
F.O.P. Member’s Name____________________________________
 
Your Relationship to F.O.P. Member _________________________
(son, daughter, spouse, etc.)
 
Contributions or gifts to the National Fraternal Order of Police PAC are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.  Only PERSONAL or NON CORPORATE checks may be accepted.  A contribution of $25 is suggested, but please contribute more if you are able, and a lesser amount if you are not.  Contributions to the NATL FOP PAC are strictly voluntary and FOP members have the right to refuse to contribute without reprisal.  Your contribution will be used to support candidates for federal office who support law enforcement.  Federal law requires political action committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 per calendar year.

To remove your name from our mailing list, please send an email to grassroots@fop.net with REMOVE and the State you live in, in the Subject Line
Questions or Comments?  E-mail us at
grassroots@fop.net or call (202) 547 - 8189.


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