The FOP serves a community of over 17,000 Chicago Police Officers, active and retired. Our aim is to protect the contractual rights of our members by providing care, legal services, health benefits and improving working conditions and relations. We also sponsor and promote fraternal, charitable and social activities for Chicago Police Officers and their immediate families.
Police Associations and Charities
There are over thirty athletic, charitable and ethnic organizations affiliated with Chicago Police Officers.
The souls of the just are in the hands of God. - Wisdom 3:4
Unit and Watch Representative elections are just around the corner. For those of you that are interested, please submit a To-From to Financial Secretary Kevin Kilmer at Unit 541/FOP stating which position you are interested in and your contact information. Please contact Kevin Kilmer at 312-733-7776 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
One of the best ways to get involved with Lodge 7 is by volunteering to join a committee. You will not only be helping your union brothers and sisters, you will also gain some insight as to how your union works. Any member who is interested in serving on a committee should FAX a To-From-Subject report to President Dean Angelo, Sr. …
Pension Bill (SB 1922) Passed Both Houses Senate Bill 1922 has passed both houses and now sits on the desk of Governor Pat Quinn. Take a look at this link to see how the politicians voted. Visit http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/votehistory/98/house/09800SB1922_04082014_010000T.pdf to see how your elected representatives voted. The highlights of this bill include: COLA Cuts Employee Contributions hiked by 2.5% – for a total …
The Department has posted recognized vacancies for the following Districts. Please refer to Vacancy Announcement 14-05 for complete bidding instructions. It is strongly recommended that members hand carry all documents to the Management and Labor Affairs Section. Members should not rely on the Police Mail system.