Protecting life and property
Serving The Community

  • Who We Are


    The Utah State Fraternal Order of Police (UFOP) is not a traditional labor union, we are an organization of cops, from the top down.

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  • Board of Directors


    Our goal as an Association is to ensure that our membership receives the tools it needs to better serve and protect the public.

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  • Mission Statement


    We, the law enforcement officers of the State of Utah and political subdivisions thereof, as representatives and delegates of state and subordinate lodges ...

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Joining FOP is really simple! Just click the link below, type in a little basic information, and your membership will be processed ASAP. Once your eligibility has been determined, you will be notified of membership acceptance via email. You can also register as a member for the Utah State FOP website
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Latest News

With police deaths up almost 60% since last year, this video discusses what is in the works for how to end the war on cops. New legislation, more community engagement, and bringing positive news to the forefront are some of the solutions in discussion. To watch the full video, see the link below:htt...
Taking a closer look at the dangers of being in law enforcement and knowing what has caused several deaths in the line of duty can help officers train more effectively to prevent more deaths in the future. A recent study has been released that outlines the biggest causes of officer deaths. The top 3...

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Concerns of Police Survivors

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

Officers Give Hope

Miracles For Kids

Officer Down Memorial Page

Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

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Utah State Fraternal Order of Police
2195 W. 5400 S. #B201
Taylorsville, UT 84129

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Donate to Officer Robert Jackson 

Officer Robert Jackson — 26-year-old officer burned in Kaysville incident — in 'good spirits' during recovery.

A Kaysville police officer is in good spirits but is still experiencing a lot of pain after he was burned earlier this week trying to save a man who had lit himself on fire at a gas station, police said.

Donations to Officer Robert Jackson can be made through this link.

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