Join AZ Federal Lodge

Do You Qualify For Membership With Arizona Federal Lodge?

Arizona Federal Lodge is open to any

  • Federal Law Enforcement Officers, Agents, Supervisors or Agency Managers that,
  • Are credentialed Federal Law Enforcement Officers, 
  • Enforce federal laws,
  • Have arrest authority,
  • Carry a firearm,
  • Graduated from a federal law enforcement training academy at FLETC and  
  • Are in good standing with their respective agency with no pending disciplinary actions against them.   

Why You Should Join the FOP?

  • Most powerful representation of membership with a nationally recognized pro-active Full-Time Legislative representation
  • Founded by Federal Agents for Federal Agents
  • Life Insurance Program
  • Verizon Wireless Program
  • La Fitness Discount
  • Save on your next new car purchase from Larry Miller 
  • Travel Benefits
  • 24 Hour Legal Representation 
    • In State:  Yen, Pilch & Landeen (ALC)
      • Legal advise for on the job and off duty situations for members and their family
      • Do not need permission to call the Law Firm
      • Free Will, with yearly updates
      • No Claim forms
    • Out of State:  FOP Legal Defense Fund
  • 24 Critical Incident / Shooting Response from our Law Firm
  • FOP Executive Board members are working Federal Law Enforcement Officers/Agents
  • Members are Welcome at any FOP Lodge located around the world
  • Open financial reports — members can see the books at any time
  • National FOP membership cards open a lot of doors nationally

Dues for Active duty federal law enforcement.

Dues for members that currently serve in the federal law enforcement community:

  • $40.00 per month by direct withdrawal from checking or savings:
  • Includes FOP Membership, Arizona ALC and National FOP Legal Plan,
  • plus all other benefits offered to FOP members.

Retired?  You can become a member of Federal Lodge 2.  

Retired federal law enforcement officers and agents can join Federal Lodge 2,

  • as long as they retired in good standing and
  • have Government issued retired credentials.
  • Retired officers/agents pay only – $50.00 Annually – restricted to retirees only.   
  • Retired members receive the same benefits as any other FOP member, except their membership
  • ** DOES NOT INCLUDE LEGAL DEFENSE PLAN.**

Applying for new membership and transferring your current membership to Federal Lodge 2 has become easier.  Just follow the instructions below:

Directions on how to compete the application:

All applications are in a PDF format and require Adobe Reader.  If you do not have above Adobe Reader, you can download a free version of Adobe Reader by clicking: Free Adobe Reader.  

  1. Click on the F2 APPLICATION, TRANSFER APPLICATION or RETIREE APPLICATION below, 
  2. THE APPLICATION WILL OPEN IN YOUR BROWSER,
  3. DOWNLOAD AND SAVE THE APPLICATION TO YOUR COMPUTER.  
    1. All applications are fillable PDF documents,
  4. OPEN THE APPLICATION FROM YOUR COMPUTER,
  5. Complete the application by filling in the blocks, 
  6. Sign the document using the electronic signature.  
    1. Click in the signature box and follow the directions.  
  7. Submit the application by hitting the red “EMAIL FORM” button on the application.  It will send the application to the lodge.  
    1. Or you can email it to the contacts below.   
NEW MEMBER APPLICATION:
Click on the F2 Application to download and save the application to your computer:   

F2 APPLICATION 

TRANSFER MEMBERSHIP FROM ANOTHER FOP LODGE:
Click on the Transfer Application to download and save the application to your computer: 

TRANSFER APPLICATION  

RETIRED MEMBER APPLICATION:

Click on the Retiree Application to download and save the application to your computer:

 Retiree Application

Contacts:  

Lodge President Peter Shepard:   peterfedlodge2@gmail.com.

2nd Vice President John Shields:   johnfedlodge2@gmail.com.  

The FOP is committed to strong fraternal support for law enforcement. We are dedicated to supporting law enforcement employees in all respects; including, providing legal benefits, fraternal support, education, legislation, information and community involvement.

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