Chicago Lodge 7 President invited to Washington, DC for a meeting with the Trump Administration

Earlier this week, President Angelo received a formal invitation from the National FOP Executive Board to travel to our Nation’s Capital to participate in a meeting with key members of the Trump Administration. Although the specifics of the date and the meeting itself cannot be shared at present, this opportunity will certainly allow President Angelo to further establish Lodge 7 on the National level.

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FOP Board of Directors Election Results

Results of the 2017 FOP, Chicago Lodge 7 Board of Directors Election:

Executive Board:
Office of President is yet to be determined
1st Vice President Patrick J. Murray
2nd Vice President Martin Preib
3rd Vice President Jay R. Ryan
Recording Secretary Greg Bella
Financial Secretary Michael P. Garza
Treasurer John T. Capparelli

Sergeants-at-Arms:
William B. Burns
Jim Jakstavich
Michael A. Mette

Trustees:
Harold Brown
Andrew Cantore
Mark P. Donahue
Bill Dougherty
Pat Duckhorn
Sergio J. Escobedo
Fernando Flores
Joseph Gentile
Danny Gorman
Kenneth Hauser
Rick King
Frank Quinn
Carlos Salazar
Ronald Shogren
Mark Tamlo
Daniel G. Trevino
Mike Underwood

For the complete report click here
 

Chicago Casino Bill Passes the Senate!

The Lodge has recently been experiencing an influx of phone calls questioning the likelihood or even the existence of a Chicago Casino Bill.  In order to respond to our Members' 'inquiring minds' and to also address the inaccuracies that are surfacing as of late; the Chicago Casino Bill (SB 0007) is not only very real, it passed out the Illinois Senate on February 28, 2017!

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The Real Story is Revealed - Different From The Bobby Rush Story

Finally, the Bureau of Internal Affairs (BIA) acknowledges that what Police Officers face at work is not always black and white.  On February 9, 2017, the BIA cleared two of our members (one white and one Hispanic) from any wrongdoing over false allegations of racial profiling made by U.S. Representative Bobby Rush-the onetime co-founder of the Illinois Black Panther Party.

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