“Representing those who go where others fear to go.”

The Arizona Fraternal Order of Police represents the interests of more than 9,000 Arizona law enforcement professionals. We are the voice of those who dedicate their lives to protecting and serving our communities. Our members are committed to improving the working conditions of Arizona law enforcement officers and the safety of those we serve through education, legislation, community involvement and employee representation.

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  • Charity Lift 3/11/18 @ 7PM

    Compete alongside first responders and fitness professionals.  See what you got!  $50 entry fee, hosted by Independence Gym in Scottsdale.  All proceeds benefit the Mesa FOP Lodge 9 Charity Foundation.  Contact Chris Williams for details! CLICK HERE FOR FLYER   … Continue reading

  • Member Appreciation Night 2/26/18 from 4PM-8PM

    Please join us for the FOP Mesa Lodge 9 Member Appreciation night.  BBQ family dinner, children are welcome.  Special thanks to Dr. Steven and Winnie Kaplan for hosting this event.  Food and beverage sponsored by D.R. Horton, with mystery prizes … Continue reading

  • January FOP Newsletter

    Please check out our most recent newsletter by clicking the link below:       Click Here

  • Apply for your Steven Pollard Scholarship!

    Officer Pollard

    Please apply for your Steven Pollard Scholarship, the deadline is quickly approaching. Steve Pollard was our first Brother to fall in the line of duty. He loved his career as a Mesa Police Officer. Steve was proud to wear the … Continue reading

  • Charity Flag Football Game

    Join us for a Charity Flag Football Game on Saturday April 14, 2018. Game will be at Dobson High School and starts at 7PM. Game will feature Cardinals Alumni versus Mesa Police Officer All-Stars. Come enjoy fun, photographs, and autographs … Continue reading

  • Lucks Art 911 Drawings

    As a benefit to our members, Mesa Lodge 9 has partnered with Lucks Art 911 to bring you unique one of a kind graphite drawings.  These make perfect gifts.  Mesa Lodge 9 presented one such drawing to the Pollard Family during the … Continue reading


    Trustees’ vote first step towards return of excess contributions The Arizona Supreme Court issued its mandate in the Hall v. EORP lawsuit for the Superior Court to begin implementing the remedies afforded by the ruling and it has been determined by the … Continue reading