kern county detentions officer association.

We represent the hundreds of Detention Deputies that serve the Kern County community.

About Us

Established in 2005, the Kern County Detention Officers Association was formed when Detention Deputies chose to create their own law enforcement specific group for representation in legal defense and labor relations. KCDOA is affiliated with the California Fraternal Order of Police…

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Fraternal Order Of Police – Roger Mayberry, President

Fraternal Order Of Police – Roger Mayberry, President

Roger Mayberry, President  From The Desk of Larry James Larry H. James, Esq. RE: FOP – Columbus Metropolitan Club Forum on Police   Total number of law enforcement officers. According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) there are about...

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A Message from National President Patrick Yoes

A Message from National President Patrick Yoes

There have been 128 officers shot during the first five months of 2021, 26 of whom were killed by gunfire. There have been 27 ambush-style attacks on law enforcement officers this year, which is a 50% increase compared to this time in 2020. These ambush-style attacks...

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Some in the media and opportunistic politicians would have you believe the public supports defunding the police…

That is a FALSE narrative and the FOP is here to share the facts with the American people!

Please help us spread the truth! Use the share button the video to share with your family and friends! #DefendThePolice 

Meet Your Executive Board

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Brandon Harleston


Vice President

We care about the health of our team and their families. Click the link to the right to learn more about the FOP recommendations for COVID-19. 

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