With the advent of Collective Bargaining in Ohio in 1983, the Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Labor Council Inc. was developed by the FOP State Lodge of Ohio to address the labor relations needs of its members.  The Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Labor Council, Inc. was incorporated in Ohio, February 8, 1984.

    The Fraternal Order of Police, Ohio Labor Council Inc. is dedicated to the betterment of law enforcement personnel and support personnel through representation of its members in collective bargaining and other labor relations matters. The FOP/OLC engages in collective bargaining activities governed by 4117 O.R.C. for the purpose of improving wages, hours, and conditions of employment and advancing the rights and promoting the security of the members.

    Representing over 8000 members in 450 bargaining units, the FOP/OLC is the largest, most experienced organization representing law enforcement in the State of Ohio.

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    The FOP, Ohio Labor Council, Inc. has partnered with some providers to offer benefits to our membership. Participation is voluntary, but encouraged.
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    The FOP\OLC provides a variety of services to its members ranging from contract negotiation to educational seminars
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    FOP, Ohio Labor Council, Inc. maintains a central office in Columbus, and satellite offices in the Northeast, Northwest and Southwest sections of the state.

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