Use the form below to request Lodge 1 membership information.
Do You Qualify for Lodge 1 FOP Membership?
- Any regularly appointed, retired or honorably retired and full-time employed law enforcement officer of the United States or Tucson Police Department, or any political subdivision thereof, shall be eligible for membership in this lodge, subject to the provisions of the bylaws.
Why You Should Join the FOP
With Lodge 1 membership, you have the option of also obtaining legal coverage by joining the F.O.P. Arizona Labor Council.
You can always get a legal opinion- at no cost to the member- from our law firm. You can contact the law firm directly. As a lodge member you will be able to join the most cost effective legal defense plan available. The Arizona Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council meets the needs of law enforcement officers.
All members of Lodge 1 have all privileges of membership in the State and National F.O.P. Lodge.
If you decide that you want to join our organization, or have questions about our organization, you can send us a message asking for us to contact you.
The FOP is committed to professional representation and strong fraternal support for law enforcement. We are dedicated to supporting law enforcement employees in all respects; labor representation, fraternal support, education, legislation, information and community involvement.
*FOP membership is required for ALC legal coverage.
Use this form to request Lodge 1 membership information. Please include phone, address and work location in the message body.
Federal Law Enforcement Agents/Officers:
On May 31, 2014 there was an Arizona FOP Lodge formed specifically for Federal Agents/Officers. Since the formation of this lodge Tucson Lodge #1 is no longer permitted to accept membership from Federal Agents/Officers per the rules of the Arizona State FOP.
For information about FOP Federal Lodge #2 please visit their webpage at www.azfopfederal2.com. Federal Lodge #2 has a specific legal plan and benefits for Federal Agents/Officers that is not offered by any other lodge in Arizona.