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The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) is a fraternal organization consisting of sworn law enforcement officers in the United States. It reports a membership of over 330,000 members organized in 2,200 local chapters (lodges), state lodges, and the national Grand Lodge. The organization attempts to improve the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those they serve.

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Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"The staff is full of drug addicts who make the environment very hostile and scary. I was only working there for a couple months and was looking to leave after first week. I was asked and/or offered multiple different types of illegal drugs after working there two days."

member (Current Employee) says

"Not employed but beleive in what they are trying to do to help those who have been injured or loss of life in the line of duty."

Telemarketer (Former Employee) says

"no fun. very strict on rules and not an easy going environment"

Fundraiser (Former Employee) says

"Good for people who can only work a few hrs per night. If you're great at sales it's for you. M-F 5 PM - 9 PM, Sat 9 AM - 1 PM. Job posted as hourly + commission but that's not true. When you get there you find out it's commission only. Otherwise no one will go to the interview. Cons: Some weeks the commissions are low. Closed 2 wks during X-mas no pay."

Driver (Current Employee) says

"Low pay and you drive your own car and pay for your own gas."

Customer service, Data entry (Former Employee) says

"shady buisness going down here i dont reccomend working here."

Assistant manager (Current Employee) says

"very relaxed environment,learned new management skills. very difficult to raise funds for charity. Cons: no chances for advancement"

HR Services - Legal (Former Employee) says

"Job security at FOP was always an issue as whom ever is elected in office every 3 years can bring in whoever they want."

Office Assistant/ Telemarketer (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work would be making multiple phone to local businesses in the Nashville Area to collect funds for most needy kids to go to summer camp during the summer months also raise money for the Christmas Program. Cons: no compensation for the time you have off after the event is over."

Office Assistant/ Telemarketer (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work would be making multiple phone to local businesses in the Nashville Area to collect funds for most needy kids to go to summer camp during the summer months also raise money for the Christmas Program. Cons: no compensation for the time you have off after the event is over."

Office Manager (Former Employee) says

"many areas of law enforcement personnel working problems and the strength it takes for the officers to fulfill their duites Cons: little pay"

Telemarketer (Former Employee) says

"typical day is calling people for money for police. I learned how to convince people to support you police!! Management was okay, by the book people. Fun enjoyable miss a lot of them. Convincing first timers to donate money. Being around fellow employees. Cons: Getting cussed out"

Secretary (Former Employee) says

"I managed the website activities calendar Cons: Not enough hours, pay or responsibility"

Assist Executive Board Members (Former Employee) says

"The FOP is a barganing unit for local law enforcement. This group handles any grievances, discipline or contract negotiations between the Law Enforcement Group and the Government agency."

Secretary/Dispatch/Telemarketing (Former Employee) says

"day consisted of secretarial duties, typing, filing, answering phones, faxed things, would sell FOP stickers, talked to people about renting the halls, filing out paperwork for renting the halls. Cons: no cons - was a very pleasent job."

Sales (Former Employee) says

"I acquired very valuable skills while working with the fraternal order of police. Valuable skills as far as dealing with a plethora of different customers and they're different dispositions. Cons: Good pay rate"

Sales, Validation, and Customer Service (Current Employee) says

"I feel the FOP needs to reevaluate management and other employees. Cons: Being one of five females out of fifteen employees."

SALES OPERATOR (Former Employee) says

"My job was to answer phones and moniter incoming calls. I also managed a team of 10 people."

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