What We Do
The Lodge was formed for the mutual welfare of law enforcement and correctional officers and the promotion of fraternal, charitable and social relations among its members, as well as the promotion of confidence, cooperation and harmony between this lodge and the general public and all public officials.
Who We Are
Established on October 20th, 1966, the Lodge was named in memory of Sergeant James S. Fogleman, of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, who lost his life in the line of duty on March 25th, 1963. Our volunteer Executive Staff has over 300 years of law enforcement and corrections experience combined.
Who We Represent
FOP Lodge #50 represents the dedicated men and women of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, both active and retired. 24/7 Legal Aid is provided by the Florida State FOP Labor Council to actively employed members or to those members who are retired but maintain Reserve Deputy or Officer status.Paused
FOP Monthly Update: Officers Shot and Killed
The National Fraternal Order of Police reports that as of 31 December, there have been 331 officers shot in the line of duty so far in 2022 (+6% from 2020 YTD; +13% from 2019 YTD). Of those officers shot, 62 of them were killed by gunfire (+32% from 2020 YTD; +24% from 2019 YTD).
There have been 89 ambush-style attacks on law enforcement officers this year. These ambush-style attacks have resulted in 126 officers shot, 32 of whom were killed by gunfire.
To read the full report, please click here.
Jan 31 Tue Retired Members Luncheon
Jan 31, 2023Thirsty Turtle 10130 Northlake Blvd West Pallm Beach, FL 33412 Ibis Shopping Center
Feb 01 Wed Members Meeting 6:30 PM
Feb 01, 2023West Palm Beach Marriott Bistro Cafe 1001 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach 33401
Feb 08 Wed Florida State Lodge Board of Trustees Conference
Feb 08, 2023Jacksonville Beach, FL
Feb 11 Sat HR-218 Qualification & Barbecue
Feb 11, 2023Private Range
Mar 01 Wed Members Meeting 6:30 PM
Mar 01, 2023West Palm Beach Marriott Bistro Cafe 1001 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach 33401