Our Community Needs Your Help!
Are you committed to making a difference in our community? Your charitable contribution will help us keep your loved ones safe, give back, and reach our annual goal!Your Donation is the fuel for all of it. From caring for the families of fallen officers to local youth programs, your support helps us build trust between our officers and residents; strengthening our community.Our local law enforcement association continually gives its financial resources to help the growing number of people in ou...
October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Here at the Loveland Police Officers Association FOP Lodge 52 we feel it is our duty and privilege to help spread the word. The simple truth is this: 1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. This year alone over 250,000 women in our country will be diagnosed with the disease. It is the most common cancer among women worldwide. These facts are not meant to terrify. They are the truth and why must we take it so seriously. But the news is not solely...
Rob Pride Re-Elected To National FOP!
Our own Sergeant Rob Pride has been re-elected as the National Chairman of Trustees on the Executive Board of the National Fraternal Order of Police! Congratulations Brother! Your dedication to bettering the lives of Police Officers all over the Nation is an honor. ***Originally Posted Thursday, 15 August 2019
Honoring Machinist Mate Hanson
Several on-duty Loveland Police Officers rendered honors to a passing motorcade on I25 headed to Wyoming. The motorcade contained the remains of WWII Veteran and KIA Machinist Mate First Class George Hanson. Machinist Mate Hanson was on board the USS Oklahoma on the morning of December 7, 1941. His remains were positively identified in 2018 and were being transported to Laramie, Wyoming to his final resting place. We paid our respects and are grateful to honor him on his journey home. ***Ori...
Officer Paul Ashe Justified For Stopping Armed Robbery Suspect
Friends and Family, Please review the District Attorney's decision regarding Officer Paul Ashe's incident where he stopped an armed suspect. DA Decision ***Originally Posted