The FOP is dedicated to helping all of its members and their families thrive and improve their standard of living. That's why the FOP has teamed up with Aetna to offer four Aetna Medicare Advantage PPO plan options. Each option provides comprehensive medical, prescription, hearing, and vision benefits. These benefits include plans to fit any budget.
Police officers face many challenges in ensuring a secure future in retirement. Public pensions are being attacked, there’s been uncertainty around health care, and more retirees are struggling financially. The FOP continues to fight to protect the retirement security that our members deserve after a career of service.
We support the mission of the FOP through our Aetna Medicare Advantage plans with prescription drug coverage. We’re helping them deliver on their promise to provide a high quality national health program. This program covers retired police officers and spouses, offering benefits in your local communities to improve physical, mental, and emotional health at an affordable cost. It’s time you receive the health coverage you deserve so you can enjoy your retirement and live your best lives.
In accordance with 18 US Code §926(C) ALL Retired and Qualified Law Enforcement Officers* with at least 10 years of service; are eligible to participate in annual Firearms Qualifications which allow them to carry a concealed weapon in all 50 states and US territories subject to that jurisdictions Concealed Carry Laws.
To be eligible to participate, officers MUST have a valid agency issued Photo ID stating they are Retired/Qualified.
Officers completing qualification course will be issued a LEOSA Firearms Card valid for one year. Qualification cards must be renewed annually to be valid. All applicants must meet all the requirements of federal law, must have valid photographic Retired/Qualified credentials issued by their agency, and must not have been at any time be decertified or disqualified.
All applicants will be vetted against the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission Decertification List and the National Decertification Index.
The following Washington State FOP Lodges are authorized to conduct these qualifications subject to standards set forth the Washington state FOP LEOSA Program and the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission.