Romeoville Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 15

About Us:

The Fraternal Order of Police, founded nearly 100 years ago in 1915 is the largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers in the United States. With a proud tradition of officers representing officers, the FOP is the most respected and most recognized police organization in the country. 
The Romeoville Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 15 was chartered May 26th, 1966, three (3) years after the Illinois State FOP Lodge was chartered in 1963. The Romeoville Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 15 is run by a highly dedicated Executive Board who are committed to elevating the law enforcement profession, protecting members' rights, promoting fraternalism, and raising the value of membership. Romeoville FOP Lodge 15 members and associate members benefit from a variety of FOP programs and services, including death benefits, peer support, education scholarships, and much more.

The Romeoville Fraternal Order of Police will not be used as a method towards collective bargaining or labor relations within the Romeoville Police Department. Regardless, the local respects and supports the efforts by the State and National Fraternal Order of Police in their efforts toward improvment of law enforcement employee relations and benefits.

Mission:
The Romeoville Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 15 honors the following mission: "To encourage fraternal, charitable, and social activities among law enforcement officers. To increase the efficiency of the law enforcement profession, and thus more firmly establish the confidence of the public in the service dedicated to the protection of life and property."

Preamble:
We, the Law Enforcment officers fo the Village of Romeoville, State of Illinois, as representatives of a subordinate lodge of the State and National Grand Lodge of the Frateral Order of Police, do hereby associate and represent thereof for the following purposes:
    To support and defend the Constitution of the United States and the State of Illinois; to inculate loyalty and allegiance to the State of Illinois and the United States of America; to promote and foster the enforcement of law and order; to improve that individual and collective proficiency of our members in the perfomence of their duties; to encourage fraternal, educational, charitable, and social activities among law enforcement officers within our community; to create and maintain the traditional of esprit de corps; to cultivae a spirit of fraternalism and mutual helpfulness among our members and the people we serve, and thus more firmly establish the confidence of the public in the service dedicated to the protection of life and property.