Lodge #41 welcomes all applications. Our membership is open to current and retired Law Enforcement as well as non Law Enforcement. We have two forms of membership, Active members and Associate members.
Our Active members are Active Law Enforcement Officers.
Our Associate members are Non Law Enforcement.
Membership fees are $100 per year for both Active and Associate membership.
First time applicants may fill out an application to be submitted before the Lodge. The application will be presented to the Lodge for review and voted on at the following business meeting. If you have any questions about membership, please feel free to contact any Officer of the Shelby County Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #41.
All Active and Associate members of Lodge #41 have full access to the Lodge for personal use. Many of our members choose to use the Lodge for gatherings such as birthday parties, seasonal parties, shift gatherings, and business meetings. Our Lodge is equipped with a large kitchen, handicapped accessible bathrooms, a big screen TV with satellite television, a billiards room, and a meeting room.
If you have questions about reserving our Lodge for your next gathering please contact James Sellers.
Please also be sure to check the lodge availability on the lodge calendar located on our home screen.
All Active and Associate members of the Shelby County Lodge are automatically enrolled in a $10,000 Accidental Death and/or Disability insurance plan at no additional charge to their
membership. The plan however, can pay up to $40,000 for in-line of duty deaths (at no cost to members). Please contact Ryan
Shivers for more infomration on coverage and filing a claim.
Also, all members are eligible for an additional $2,500 AD&D policy at no cost, provided through the State Lodge.
The Moonlighting Liability Insurance Program protects individual peace officers who perform extra duty jobs. In addition to protecting the officer, coverage is extended to the non-governmental entity that has contracted the officer’s services. By offering protection to the extra duty employer, you have a distinct marketing advantage over other programs, which may not extend coverage to the hiring entity.
To submit an Individual Application to the FOP Legal Defense Plan, please fill out the form below. Within 30 days of your application's approval, you will be sent your Welcome Packet, including ID Card, Plan Booklet, and a Certificate of Participation.
For immediate assistance, please contact us at 800-341-6038 or email@example.com. If you are paying by check, please make payable to FOP Legal Plan, Inc.
For an additional $12.00 a year, the Alabama State FOP Lodge will cover the cost for Administrative coverage. Please speak to the Secretary/Treasurer of Lodge 41 if you are interested in this coverage.
Beacon Financial Group has partnered with the Fraternal Order of Police to offer Financial Services and Insurnace needs exclusively for our members. Services include:
Simply use the Promotion Code: GRANDFOP.
Members are also eligible for saving on cruises and travel plans when arrangements are made through "Your Travel Experts.com.
The Education Services Committee is responsible for the development and implementation of professional law enforcement training programs and events. Our goal is to maintain the highest standard in providing quality education and excellence in training. We are committed to equipping law enforcement professionals with the necessary skills needed to enhance their career development and quality of life. The Committee also seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the complex legislation impacting law enforcement officers.
The Alabama FOP has partnered with Columbia Southern University to offer current FOP members a full tuition scholarship to attend Columbia Southern. Columbia Southern University is a 100% online school that offers many degree options. If you are interested in applying for this scholarship follow the link below and download an application. Only members that are in good standing will be eligble for the scholarship. The scholarship will be awarded in October at the Fall Board meeting.