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Presidential Run-Off Announcement – Walk-In Voting May 7, 2020
Originally Posted on April 30, 2020 Presidential Run-Off Announcement – Walk-in Voting May 7, 2020 The Election Committee will hold the Presidential Run-Off Election on May 7, 2020. All eligible voters who have not already returned their mail-in ballot will be allowed to vote in-person at the Lodge 7 hall, 1412 W. Washington on May 7, 2020 between 9:00am and noon. Masks, gloves and other protective equipment will be available but voters are encouraged to wear their own person...

Stress Management Cancelled
Originally Posted on April 27, 2020 EAP has informed us that all Stress Management sessions are cancelled until further notice.

Passing Of Past President William J. Nolan
Originally Posted on April 21, 2020 We’re devasted to announce the passing of Past President William J. Nolan. Bill Nolan joined the Chicago Police Department in 1959 and loyally led Lodge #7 as President from 1993-2002, he additionally served as the National FOP Treasurer from 1987-1995. He was a dedicated member of our Lodge, co-founder of Dreams 4 kids, and a devoted supporter of Easterseals. We send our condolences to his wife Carol and to the rest of his family. To Know Bill was ...

General Meeting Cancellation And COVID-19 Testing Update
Originally Posted on April 16, 2020 General Membership Meeting Cancelled The FOP General Membership Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 21st has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While we realize that this is an inconvenience to our membership, we also realize the health of our members is of the utmost importance. Hopefully, our meetings can resume in May. Stay safe and stay healthy! COVID Testing Update We have done our best to provide antibody testing to our mem...

Washington Times "Chicago Hides Names Of Released Prisoners From Police"
Originally Posted on April 14, 2020 Even the Chicago Police Department says it’s in the dark about inmates who have been released. “The greatest fear people have is the fear of the unknown,” Kevin Graham, president of the Chicago Fraternal Order of Police, told The Washington Times. “We don’t know what is occurring, we don’t know why people are being released, we don’t know their offenses, and we don’t know if these people pose a danger to society.” read more here...

Letter To The Director Of IRROC
Originally Posted on March 31, 2020

N-95 Masks And Questionnaires
Originally Posted on March 30, 2020 When a member reports to be trained and fitted with the N-95 mask the member is asked to complete an accompanying questionnaire. This questionnaire contains questions about the member's personal medical history. This questionnaire is voluntary and you can refuse to complete it. Do not complete the questionnaire if you are uncomfortable with any of the questions you are being asked. Please contact the Lodge if you are ordered to involuntarily comple...

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