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FOP Press Release on Navy Yard Shootings

*******  Press Release  ********   On behalf of the officers of the U.S. Park Police, I want to express our deepest and sincere condolences to the families of the Navy Yard shooting victims and our hope for a quick recovery for those injured in this horrific act of human depravity.…Read More

WUSA9 interviews the crew of the Eagle

WUSA9 interviews the crew of the Eagle about their response to the Navy Yard Active Shooter http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1&isUI=1

40th Anniversary of USPP Aviation Unit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Today, the United States Park Police Aviation Unit celebrated its 40th Anniversary. Since 1973, the brave men and women of this unit have saved thousands of lives through medevacs, river and mountain top rescues and supported regional law enforcement agencies in their mission to protect the public.…Read More

Lincoln Memorial Vandalism

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Regarding the act of vandalism that took place in the early morning hours of July 26, 2013: This type of reprehensible act is unfortunate but it did not permanently damage the memorial and this incident further underscores the need for the National Park Service to…Read More

The July 2013 edition of the Eagle Times is out!

History of the USPP FOP

An “About the USPPFOP” has been added to the site, giving you a brief history of the labor committee’s beginning.  2013 is the 110th anniversary of police officers banding together to improve the working conditions and professionalism of police officers in the District of Columbia.

Response to OIG Report

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released a report, today that is highly critical of the United States Park Police’s handling of its firearms inventories. The F.O.P. fully supports the OIG’s review of firearms policies and welcomes any critical assessment that will ensure our members have all of the…Read More

PEER statement on Assault of Police Officers

PEER Official Press Release For Immediate Release: Jun 17, 2013 Contact: Kirsten Stade (202) 265-7337 SPIKE IN ATTACKS ON RANGERS AND FEDERAL LAND MANAGERS 2012 Saw Major Increase in Violence Directed at Refuge Mangers & U.S. Park Police Posted on Jun 17, 2013 Washington, DC — Federal employees in national…Read More

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Rep. Malliotakis Wants NPS To Buy Proper Communications Gear for USPP Officers

USPPFOP NYFO Chief Steward Jonathan Chu provided evidence that convinced Representative Malliotakis to write the following letter demanding proper communications equipment for USPPFOP Members. The USPPFOP thanks Chief Steward Chu for his service to the membership. Chief Steward chu is being promoted to sergeant and can no longer serve as a steward. Chief Steward chu’s … Continue reading Rep. Malliotakis Wants NPS To Buy Proper Communications Gear for USPP Officers

Testimony Submitted to DOI Law Enforcement Task Force

On Tuesday, August 2, 2022, the USPPFOP submitted testimony to the United States Department of the Interior Law Enforcement Task Force. The document that was submitted can be viewed below. Click on any page image of the document to view the PDF file. While this testimony was submitted as a document from the Fraternal Order … Continue reading Testimony Submitted to DOI Law Enforcement Task Force

Read PEER’s Testimony to the DOI Law Enforcement Task Force it Confirms the USPP is: Dangerously Understaffed – Poorly Equipped – Badly Led by the NPS

The testimony of the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) to the DOI Law Enforcement Task Force plainly states that there are serious problems with the Department’s Law Enforcement Programs. A snippet: “Thus, between its cadre of national park rangers and USPP, NPS has a substantial law enforcement force that has lacked experienced professional leadership … Continue reading Read PEER’s Testimony to the DOI Law Enforcement Task Force it Confirms the USPP is: Dangerously Understaffed – Poorly Equipped – Badly Led by the NPS

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