HCDO FOP is Dedicated to Law Enforcement

The Harris County Deputies’ Organization FOP Lodge 39 is a labor organization that is dedicated to advocating for the law enforcement community in Harris County, Texas. We fight at the State, County, and Department level to improve the working conditions for the brave men and woman of Harris County law enforcement. Become a Member Today

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The mission of HCDO FOP 39 is to have “strength through united action, guided by intelligence. To organize all law enforcement officers in Harris County, Texas, who qualify for membership in this organization to secure just compensation for their services and equitable settlement of their grievances. To cultivate friendship and fellowship among its members and to promote an improved method in which we will be able to better secure the peace and dignity of all in Harris County.” It is a mission the HCDO FOP 39 board and the HCDO FOP 39 staff live by and they are all dedicated to the HCDO FOP 39 membership and the law enforcement community.

By being a member, Deputies, Detention Officers, and other County personnel not only help the organization in this endeavor, but members enjoy member only perks such as free representation and counsel by experienced attorneys for legal matters arising out of the course and scope of employment as well as discounts to members on other legal matters. Find out more about being a member.

The Harris County Deputies’ Organization FOP 39 is dedicated to helping and assisting law enforcement personnel and their families. With the Deputies Relief Fund, HCDO FOP 39 helps Harris County law enforcement and their families during their most difficult times, including times of emergency and natural disaster as well as during illnesses and injuries. Find out more about the Deputies Relief Fund and how to make a tax deductible donation to help Harris County Law Enforcement. Deputies Relief Fund, Inc. is a 501c3 organization registered with the IRS.

FROM THE

May 21

Stay home, work safe order extended to June 10 in Harris County.  

May 1

Texas to open some businesses in Phase 1 ending statewide stay at home order 

April 29

There are now 219 HCSO employees positive with COVID-19, majority work in the jail. 

May 2

HPD Officer Jason Knox was killed in the line of duty in a helicopter crash.

May 6

HCSO Sgt. Ray Scholwinski passes after battling COVID-19 after on the job exposure. 

UPCOMING
EVENTS

May 5, 7:00 PM

Due to COVID-19, HCDO FOP 39 Monthly meeting will only be the executive board via zoom. 

April 21, 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

HCDO-FOP Lodge will be open for first responders to pick up hand sanitizer, PPE, and refreshments.  

COVID response

COVID response and events will be announced via social media to include food and PPE drives. Any Deputy, DO, Sheriff's Employee, Officer, or law enforcement personnel in Harris County that needs assistance, please contact the office directly.  

June 2, RESCHEDULED

The June membership meeting has been rescheduled due to emergency duty assignments. New meeting on June 11 via zoom. 

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The Deputies Relief Fund is a not for profit 501c3 organization dedicated to the men and woman of Law Enforcement. With donations and corporate sponsorships, Deputies Relief Fund can provide Law Enforcement with the help they deserve. Please, contact or email us to learn more, or donate by clicking on the donate button below.

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