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Officers sworn into Fraternal Order of Police

(from left) John Slaughter, President David Admire, State Trustee Pat Mullen-Lamb, Sergeant at Arms John Bowen, Secretary Kevin Nowicki and Treasurer Debbie Francis. Not present during the ceremony were newly-elected Vice President Jim Murawski and Chaplain Ray Cullison.

(from left) John Slaughter, President David Admire, State Trustee Pat Mullen-Lamb, Sergeant at Arms John Bowen, Secretary Kevin Nowicki and Treasurer Debbie Francis. Not present during the ceremony were newly-elected Vice President Jim Murawski and Chaplain Ray Cullison.

KIGNMAN – The Fraternal Order of Police Kingman Lodge #16 swore in administrators Wednesday.

Former President John Slaughter administered the oath of office to the 2019 newly elected FOP officers during a ceremony.

President David Admire, State Trustee Pat Mullen-Lamb, Sergeant at Arms John Bowen, Secretary Kevin Nowicki and Treasurer Debbie Francis were all inducted at the ceremony.

Not present during the ceremony were newly-elected Vice President Jim Murawski and Chaplain Ray Cullison.

The FOP is a fraternal organization consisting of sworn law enforcement officers in the United States. It reports a membership of more than 325,000 members organized in 2,100 local chapters, organized into local lodges, state lodges, and the national Grand Lodge. The organization attempts to improve the working conditions of law enforcement officers and the safety of those they serve through education, legislation, information, community involvement, and employee representation.

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