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    Current FOP Board Members

    • President- Michael Gibbons- 501-771-7149
    • Immediate Past President- Phil Lowry
    • Vice President- Jake House
    • Second Vice President- Jeff Elenbaas
    • Treasurer- Chad Edwards
    • Sergeant at Arms- Mike Cooke
    • Trustee- Phil Lowry
    • Secretary- Shelby Hunter

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      Anti-Bullying Rally

      Anti- Bullying Rally! Thanks Bro.Hunter!
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      PAL Back to School Event

      FOP Sponsored PAL Back to School Event, thank you for supporting this event!! Just one more way the NLRFOP is supporting the community, special thanks to Brother Hunter and his son! Additional images under the Photo Gallery.
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      Thanksgiving to families in need!

       A big Thank You!!! to all the members who helped with delivering Thanksgiving meals to families in need.
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      Flood of 2015

      A Big Thank You to those members who helped today and especially to the NLR Street Department who brought a crew and sandbags.

      2015-Legal Defense Booklet

      Here is the link for the 2015 Legal Defense Booklet for your review. http://www.nlrfop5.com/docs/2015__Legal_Defense_Booklet.
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      North Little Rock Police Fallen Officer Memorial Section

       

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      Officer Frank Neighbors

      End of Watch: Nov. 22, 1929

      Officer Nabors was struck by a vehicle while on duty, his name is inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Memorial at: Panel 27-E:5

       

       

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      Officer Jerrell P. Vaughan

      End of Watch: April 16, 1963

      Officer Vaughan was shot and killed during a traffic stop. He was 32 years old.

      His name is inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Memorial at: Panel 42-E:5

       

       

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      Officer Jerry C. Davis

      End of Watch: January 7, 1982

      Officer Davis was shot and killed while investigating a domestic disturbance.

      His name is inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Memeorial at: Panel 16-E: 12

       

       

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      Officer Ralph E. McMoran (Mac)

      End of Watch: April 23, 2008

      Officer McMoran was participating in a department firing range exercise with an M-16 rifle when he began to feel weak. Officer McMoran was transported to the hospital where he collapsed and died. His name is inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Memorial at: Panel 4-W: 27

       

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