Welcome to the Jason Conklin Memorial Lodge 957 Website.
 This site is dedicated to our brother and sisters who made the ultimate sacrifice.

 

The central mission of our Lodge is to ensure that the fallen officers of the Orange County law enforcement community are never forgotten. To further this goal, our lodge has erected and dedicated two memorial walls at the entrance of the County Courthouse that list the names of the 28 members of the Orange County law enforcement community that have died in the line of duty. We are also dedicated to honoring the families and loved ones of these fallen heroes for their sacrifice, dignity and courage. To honor and recognize these very special people, we hold the Orange County Law Enforcement Memorial Service every year on the first Friday in May to coincide with the start of Police Week.  Our other main objective is to promote fraternal, social and charitable events among the law enforcement community and foster good relations between all members of law enforcement. We also advocate on the behalf of our members using the legislative and political process.

We also intend:

  • to support and defend the Constitution of the United States

  • to inculcate loyalty and allegiance to the United States of America

  • to promote and foster the enforcement of law and order

  • to improve the individual and collective proficiency of our members in the performance of their duties

  • to encourage fraternal, educational, charitable and social activities amongst law enforcement officers

  • to advocate and strive for uniform application of the civil service merit system for appointment and promotion

  • to support the improvement of the standard of living and working conditions of the law enforcement profession through every legal and ethical means available

  • to create and maintain tradition of esprit de corps insuring fidelity to duty under all conditions and circumstances

  • to cultivate a spirit of fraternalism and mutual helpfulness among our members and the people we serve

  • to increase the efficiency of the law enforcement profession and thus more firmly to establish the confidence of the public in the service dedicated to the protection of life and property.

Dear Members,

   Your lodge dues for 2021 is due. 

We can now accept payment by credit card at any meeting. Cash or checks are of course accepted as well.

We are also continuing our successful membership drive next year, sign up 5 new members and your dues are free for the next year. Lodge courtesy cards "should" be available at this upcoming meeting.

If paying by check please download this form and submit it at the next meeting or mail it to: 

Fraternal Order of Police

P.O. Box 2122

Monroe NY 10949-2122

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Letter From The President

American Legion Post 488
Lakes Road
Monroe, NY

 

Dear Members,  

   The Christmas Party scheduled for this Tuesday has been canceled due to NYS COVID related restrictions. However, we will hold our annual training and organizational meeting on Tuesday 12/08 @ 7pm at the American Legion instead. Topics of discussion will include PPE use, the 2021 meeting schedule and other pertinent lodge business. Food and refreshments will be served. Guests and new members are welcome.  

 

   Members are reminded that they will be temperature screened at the door and must wear a mask at all times, unless seated and eating.

 

Fraternally,

Mike McGinn

 

Mike McGinn
President 
Jason Conklin Memorial Lodge 597
Fraternal Order of Police

Important announcements

2020 Wreath Laying Ceremony
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Wreath Laying Ceremony- In Remembrance of Orange County Police Officers Killed in the Line of Duty.

 

   On Saturday December 5th, members of the FOP and police officers from various agencies in Orange County assembled at the County Courthouse to place Christmas wreaths on the Orange County Law Enforcement Memorial.

 

   The group then dispersed throughout the county to place wreaths at the final resting places of our departed heroes throughout our county. 

Port Jervis PD Officers placed Christmas wreaths provided by the FOP at the grave sites of Port Jervis City Police Officer John L. MacKechnie and NYS Trooper Inv. Joseph Aversa. located in St. Mary's Cemetery after a brief service. 

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To join the Jason Conklin Memorial Lodge  957  you must be an active or retired law enforcement officer that lives or works in Orange County New York.  If you meet the above criteria feel free to download our current membership application by CLICKING HERE.

If you would like to pay your dues, re-join or sponsor a new member

please click on this LINK for our lodge's membership application.

Don't forget our membership drive, sign up 5 new members and your dues are free for the following year.

Sign up the most new members

and win a custom embroidered lodge

3 season jacket or fleece.

© 2021 Jason Conklin FOP Memorial Lodge 957 Monroe, NY

Meetings are every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm

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