“We fight for police officers so they can fight for you.”
Lodge 35 was formed to promote a more personal and efficient cooperation between the law enforcement officers in Montgomery County, Maryland, and to foster enforcement of the law, promote order, to encourage social, charitable, and educational activities among all law enforcement officers. We pledge to increase the efficiency of the law enforcement and thus more firmly establish the confidence of the public in the service dedicated to the protection of life and property.
We pledge to increase the efficiency of the law enforcement and thus more firmly establish the confidence of the public in the service dedicated to the protection of life and property.
Governor: Anthony Brown and Lt. Governor Ken Ulman
Comptroller: Peter Franchot
Attorney General: Brian Frosh
District 15: Brian Feldman
District 16: Susan Lee
District 17: Cheryl Kagan
District 19: Roger Manno
House of Delegates
Montgomery County Council
District 3: Sidney Katz
District 5: Tom Hucker
Judge of the Circuit Court: Gary Eugene Bair, Nelson W. Rupp Jr, Joan Elizabeth Ryon
Judge Court of Special Appeals At Large Keven F. Arthur: YES
Judge Court of Special Appeals At Large Andrea M. Leahy: YES
Alert: Montgomery County Residents
It has been brought to the attention of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 35 that Montgomery County residents have been solicited by phone from an individual who is identifying himself as an active police officer or retired police officer of the Fraternal Order of Police. This individual has also identified himself as “Kevin Monte or Officer Monte”, stating he is fund raising for FOP Lodge 35 or the Montgomery County Police Officers Association. Montgomery County FOP Lodge 35 does not solicit donations by telephone and there is no Maryland organization by the name of Montgomery County Police Officers Association.
In most cases, the phone solicitor asks the donor to leave a check to be picked up. The solicitor promises to leave a package for the donor as a “thank you.” The package usually contains a thank you letter and a few stickers. Do not leave a check or make a pledge over the phone using a credit card for phone solicitors identifying themselves as police officers or FOP Lodge 35 fund raisers without confirming their identity.
Lodge 35 does, on occasion, make donation requests via US Mail, and also provides for a credit card donation on this website. If you have any concerns with phone or mail solicitation, please feel free to contact FOP Lodge 35 at 301-948-4286 for verification. You can also look up information on the Better Business website, or check out the Maryland Charity website at http://www.sos.state.md.us/charity/searchcharity.aspx.