WE LOVE OUR COMMUNITY...BECAUSE WE ARE OUR COMMUNITY
Our members are comprised of active and retired law enforcement officers who have dedicated their careers, and risked their own lives, to protect the lives and property of their neighbors. Our organization has developed deep roots within our community, and values our relationships with community leaders . Members participate in yearly programs which give back to the communities within Craven, Jones and Pamlico County. Every year, our lodge activates outreach programs aimed at investing in our local youth. Explore a few of our favorite projects:
COPS N' COATS
Our winters are cold and we know that some families struggle to make ends meet every year. Our lodge works with private donors and local businesses to bring warmth to our youth during the winter months through jackets and winter coats. Children are selected to receive free jackets and winterwear based on family needs identified by community leaders.
We wish to thank everyone who supports this campaign every year. We could not do it without you.
KOPS N' KIDS
Every year, the North Carolina FOP Tri-County Lodge #52 partners with local businesses, law enforcement, and community leaders to donate school supplies to children within the community. Our organization coordinates donation efforts with willing donors to bring this yearly effort to life.
Children are selected to shop with police officers to select items they will need for the upcoming school year. We value our youth greatly and make every effort to support their future. Please contact our lodge for information on how you can help.
We proudly assert that our sacred brotherhood never dies. Our lodge pledges to support our members, and the families of our members, during and after their careers through any circumstance. We will always remember the sacrifices made by our fallen law enforcement brothers and sisters, and will work tirelessly to preserve their memory.
The North Carolina Fraternal Order of Police Tri-County Lodge 52 has successfully lobbied for, and currently maintains, law enforcement memorials in Craven County at Don Miller Park and the New Bern Police Department main entrance.