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December 03, 2021
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Updated: Dec. 03 (04:01)

Blood Drive at Police Headquarters
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
EPMPOA Children's Christmas Party
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Former El Paso Police Detective dies in crash
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
EPMPOA Raffle for EcoBrush Duct Cleaning & Sanitizing Services
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
The 2021 Fundraiser is Underway!
Needham Police Union
Uniform Police - Insurance Open Enrollment Period
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
The History of Lodge 39
Updated On: Sep 24, 2013

"The History of Harris County FOP Lodge 39"

Our lodge was first chartered in 1991, when 12 brave individuals
bonded together to become a part of the world's largest organization of
sworn law enforcement officers. This lodge has grown from 12 members in
1991 to what it is today, one of the largest employee groups in both Harris County and the United States.

As our lodge grew so did our sense of civic responsibility and wanting to give back to those in the communities which we serve by helping those less fortunate than ourselves.  We accomplished this through building partnerships with Community Centers and local Elementary Schools, by providing complete meals on Thanksgiving for families and sharing the spirit of Christmas with children through our program "Shop with a Deputy".

After having much success with the fore mentioned programs, we decided to expand with two yearly talent type shows at Community Centers, which incorporated both music and magic for a fun filled afternoon during summer break and in 2012 we hosted our first Circus Night for local children and their families.

We at Harris County Fraternal Order of Police 39 believe that strength of family is the corner stone of a successful society and through our programs hope to pass this belief onto others within our community.    

Harris County Lodge 39 represents professional full time and retired
law enforcement officers from all agencies in Harris County, except
for our good brothers and sisters over at HPOU/F.O.P. Lodge 110 and Houston Metro FOP Lodge 98.

The Harris County lodge is made up of law enforcement officers
striving to improve their profession by improving working conditions,
wages and benefits, and by monitoring legislation affecting law
enforcement on the local, state, and national levels.

Today's members can be proud to be a part of the largest law enforcement
brotherhood in the country, bound to brother and sister officers by
a long tradition of fraternalism.

"OVER 333,000 STRONG!"

Join a lodge that is only for retired, full time law enforcement
officers, detention officers and civilian law enforcement personnel run by full time law enforcement officers.

" No one knows a Police officer better than a Police officer! "

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