Become a Member

Active Membership ($43.34 per month)

Any full-time, sworn law enforcement officer with arrest power who is employed by a government entity may become a member of the Fraternal Order of Police.  The Constitution and By-laws of the National FOP Lodge currently limit FOP Lodge #111 “Active Membership” to those Police Officers who are employed by a police agency within Wicomico County, and/or the Maryland State Police, Maryland Natural Resources Police, or any US Federal Law Enforcement agency.   The National FOP Constitution and By-laws also state that you cannot be a FOP Member of more than one Lodge.  So, if you are an active member and still want to be a member with us, please scroll down and look at the Associate Plan.

Active Membership includes:

Attorney on Retainer for Criminal/Civil cases

Life Insurance Plan

  • $10,000 line of duty death benefit
  • $5,000 off-duty benefit

Board Positions/Voting Rights

Full Access to Lodge Building

FOP Active Member License Plates

Discounted Pricing for Venue #111 rentals

Constitution and By-Laws of the Fraternal Order of Police Article 4 – Membership

Section 1. – Any regularly appointed or elected and full-time employed law enforcement officer of the United States, any state or political subdivision thereof, or any agency may be eligible for membership in the Fraternal Order of Police, subject to the provisions of this Constitution. No person shall be denied membership on account of race, religion, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin.

Section 2. – Subject only to the provisions of this Constitution, each state and subordinate lodge shall be the judge of its membership. Each state and subordinate lodge shall establish requirements for membership in good standing of its respective membership, which requirements shall not be inconsistent herewith.

Click on both links below to start your membership application process.

APPLICATION ACH FORM

After you have filled out the forms, save them to your computer and then email them to the FOP 111 general mailbox or you can print them out and give them to a board member.

*As of June 2020 we are resuming the normal membership application process.  Any new member will be required to attend a normally scheduled meeting to be voted as a new member.

**Effective Nov. 9th our new meeting time is at 1800 hrs (6 pm), and meetings are still on the 2nd Monday of each month.


Retired Membership ($100 per year)

We accept retired police officers as members!  Retired members have full access to the Lodge, voting rights and can also hold positions on the Board of Directors.

Attorney on retainer

Life Insurance Plan

  • $2,500 benefit (if over 62 years old)

Click on both links below to start your retired membership application process.

APPLICATION ACH FORM

Retired members also have the option to pay dues, one time annually by check at the time of application.

After you have filled out the forms, save them to your computer and then email them to the FOP 111 general mailbox or you can print them out and give them to a board member.


Associate Membership (pricing below)

FOP Lodge #111 has two levels of “Associate Membership” for those who are considering becoming affiliated with our Lodge.

Plan A Package Details:

$120 Per Year

Membership Card
Window Sticker
Lodge Access via key fob (from 8am to 4pm)
Venue 111 rental discounts
Non-FOP logo Maryland license plates

*Plan A is reserved for “Active Members” of other FOP Lodges and Civilian Employees of Police Agencies.

Plan B Package Details:

$60 Per Year

Membership Card
Window Sticker
Venue 111 rental discounts
Non-FOP logo Maryland license plates

*Plan B is for citizens in good standing with the community, and who are not Police Officers or employed by a police agency.
**Plan B is also available to those who qualify for Plan A.

You must have two endorsements from “Active FOP #111” members to be considered for membership.

Click on the links below to start your membership application process.

APPLICATION ACH FORM

After you have filled out the forms, save them to your computer and then email them to the FOP 111 general mailbox or you can print them out and give them to a board member.