UPDATE: March 2023
1094 Current # KCPD Officers
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What We Do
To support and defend the Constitutions of the United States and the State of Missouri; to inculcate loyalty and allegiance to the United States of America; to promote and foster the impartial enforcement of law and order; to improve the individual proficiency of our members in the performance of their duties; to encourage fraternal, educational, charitable and social activities among all law enforcement officers; to advocate and strive for uniform application of the civil service merit system for appointment and promotion; to support the improvement of the standard of living and working conditions of law enforcement professionals through every legal and ethical means available; to create and maintain a condition of esprit de corps, ensuring fidelity to duty under all conditions and circumstances; to promote public service programs to the community; to cultivate a spirit of fraternalism and mutual helpfulness among our membership and the people we serve; to increase the efficiency of the police profession and thus more firmly establish the confidence of the public in the service that is dedicated to the protection of life and property.
Who We Are
The Kansas City, Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #99 is a non-profit organization and the largest police union in the state of Missouri representing more than 1400 members.
Who We Represent
The hardworking men and women of the Kansas City Missouri Police Department who were eligible and choose to join the organization. To be eligible a person must meet one of the following criteria:
Any full time employed law enforcement officer with arrest power of the rank of sergeant and below.
Any full time employed civilian of the Kansas City, Missouri police department. Retired peace officers who, prior to retirement, were Active Members in good standing of any subordinate lodge of the National FOP at the time of retirement.