Protect Our Protectors!

 

 

Operation "Protect Our Protectors" program is designed to donate ballistic vests to Law Enforcement agencies within the State of Georgia, specifically to those agencies that cannot afford to purchase the  vests.  Officer Safety is a very important issue and the bulletproof vest has been proven to save lives and reduce injuries.  Since we have started the program we have donated over 767 vests to 122 agencies throughout Georgia.  In order for an agency to be considered for the program, the Chief or head of the agency needs to send a  letter on their letterhead to the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police requesting to be considered.  There is a limit of 10 vests per agency.  Any agency that would like to be included in the program should call the State FOP office at (706) 698-3311 for further information.

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Twiggs County Sheriff's Office

On Friday, May 3, 2002 Steve Bollinger, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented ten (10) bulletproof vests to the Twiggs County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the Twiggs County Sheriff's Office is Sheriff Doyle Stone Jr.

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McCaysville Police Department

On Friday, April 12, 2002 Steve Bollinger, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) bulletproof vests to the McCaysville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the McCaysville Police Department is Chief Danny Payne.

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Echols County S.O.

On Monday, March 4, 2002, Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Presented six (6) bulletproof vests to the Echols County Sheriff's Office. These vest were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s Operation Protect Our Protector's bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the Echols County Sheriff's Office was Sheriff Donald Fender.

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Morris Brown College Police Department

On Friday, December 7, 2001, Steve Bollinger, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Presented ten (10) bulletproof vests to the Morris Brown Police Department. These vest were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s Operation Protect Our Protector's bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the Morris Brown Police Department was Chief Donald Wallace.

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Sandersville Police Department
On Wednesday, October 10, 2001, Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented ten (10) bulletproof vests to the Sandersville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia FOP's "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vests on behalf of the Sandersville Police Department was Assistant Chief Cuyler, Patrolman Chet Daniel, Ronald Griffith and Chief John Harden.
 

 

Homerville Police Department

On Wednesday, August 29, 2001, Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented nine (9) bulletproof vests to the Homerville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vests on behalf of the Homerville Police Department was Chief Lee.

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Buena Vista Police Department

On Wednesday, August 28, 2001, Dan Scoggins, Vice-President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Five (5) bulletproof vest to the Buena Vista Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vests on behalf of the Buena Vista Police Department was Chief Sammie Hall.

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Clinch County Sheriff's Office

On Monday, July 2, 2001, Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Seven (7) bulletproof vest to the Clinch County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided  through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vests on behalf of the Clinch County Sheriff's Office was Sheriff  Winston Peterson.

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Woodbury Police Department

On Friday, June 15, 2001, Steve Bollinger, President and Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Presented eight (8) bulletproof vests to the Woodbury Police Department. These vest were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protector's" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the Woodbury Police Department was Chief Tim Harbin.

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Richland Police Department

On Friday, June 15, 2001, Steve Bollinger, President and Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Presented Five (5) bulletproof vests to the Richland Police Department. These vest were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protector's" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the Richland Police Department was Chief Leonard Wilson.

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Luthersville Police Department

On Friday, June 15, 2001, Steve Bollinger, President and Marlin Humphrey, Secretary/Treasurer of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), Presented Three (3) bulletproof vests to the Luthersville Police Department. These vest were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protector's" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest on behalf of the Luthersville Police Department was Chief D.A. Yates.

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Braswell Police Department

On Friday, November 17, 2000, Steve Bollinger, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) bulletproof vests to the Braswell Police Department.  These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vests on behalf of the Braswell Police Department was Chief Dave Barton.

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Maysville Police Department

On Friday, September 22, 2000, Steve Bollinger, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) bulletproof vests to the Maysville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vests on behalf of the Maysville Police Department was Chief Ricky Armour.

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Troup County Marshall's Department

On Thursday, June 29, 2000, Dan Scoggins, Vice-President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented seven (7) bulletproof vests to the Troup County Marshall's Department.  These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.’s, “Operation Protect Our Protectors” bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Marshall Ruben Hairston.

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Ideal Police Department

On Thursday June 29, 2000, Dan Scoggins, Vice-President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented three (3) Bulletproof vests to the Ideal Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Rodney Harpe.

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Schley County Sheriff's Department

On January 17, 2003, Dan Scoggins, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) Bulletproof vests to the Schley County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Sheriff Shane Tondee.

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Lake Park Police Department

On March 7, 2003, Dan Scoggins, President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented three (3) bulletproof vests to the City of Lake Park Police Department . These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Bert Rutland.

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Fulton County Office of the Solicitor General

 

 

 

 

On February 12, 2004, Steve Bollinger, of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented eleven (11) bulletproof vests to the Fulton County Office of the Solicitor General. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Carmen D. Smith, Solicitor General and Chief Investigator Oz Armour of the Criminal Investigations Division.

 

 

Blairsville Police Department

On July 1, 2004, Carlton Stallings, Vice President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Ten (10) bulletproof vests to the City of Blairsville Police Department . These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Johnny Carroll.

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Collins Police Department

On July 14, 2004, Jack Willis, of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented One (1) bulletproof vests to the City of Collins Police Department . These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Anthony Anderson.

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Senoia Police Department

On July 30, 2004, Marlin Humphrey, of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Three (3) bulletproof vests of the City of Senoia Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Lt. Bruce Pfahl

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Ellaville Police Department

On October 22, 2004, Randy Robertson and J.D. Hawk, of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Four (4) bulletproof vests of the City of Ellaville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Mitchell Ellis.

 

 

 

Hiawassee Police Department

On November 11, 2004, Marlin Humphrey, Secretary of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Four (4) bulletproof vests of the City of Hiawassee Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Jimmy Wright.

 

 

 

Tallapoosa Police Department

On November 30, 2004, Marlin Humphrey, Secretary of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Ten (10) bulletproof vests of the City of Tallapoosa Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Scott Worthy.

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Jenkins County Sheriff's Dept. and the Millen Police Department

On Friday, March 4th, 2005,Marlin Humphrey and Jack Willis of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police, presented Ten (10) bulletproof vest each to the Jenkins County Sheriff's Department and the Millen Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Jenkins County Sheriff Tim Fields and Millen Police Chief Dennis Simmons accepted the Vest on behalf of their agencies.

 

 

Flowery Branch Police Department

On April 4, 2005, Steve Gaynor and Donald McDuffie of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented eight (8) bulletproof vests to the City of Flowery Branch Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Gerald Lanich.

 
 

Cuthbert Police Department

On July 25, 2005, Bill Peacock and David Stone of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented five (5) bulletproof vests to the City of Cuthbert Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Luther Cooper

 
 

Oglethorpe County Sheriff's Department

On February 16, 2006, Douglas Kiser and Marlin Humphrey of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented seven (7) bulletproof vests to the Oglethorpe County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program. Accepting the vest for the Department was Sheriff Mike Smith

 
 

Lanier County Sheriff's Department

On August 16, 2006, Wesley Burnett, Jennifer Crawford and Greg McMaster of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented nine (9) bulletproof vests to the Lanier County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Sheriff Nick Norton.

 

 
 

Commerce Police Department

On August 29, 2006, Marlin Humphrey and Doug Kiser of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented ten (10) bulletproof vests to the Commerce Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief John Gaissert.

 
 

 Tunnel Hill Police Department

On September 18, 2006, Carlton Stallings , Larry Black  and John Wengert of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) bulletproof vests to the Tunnel Hill Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Roy Brunson.

 
 

Gilmer County Sheriff's Department

On September 26, 2006, Carlton Stallings  and Marlin Humphrey of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented ten (10) bulletproof vests to the Gilmer County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Sheriff Stacy Nicholson.

 
 

Evans County Sheriff's Department

On October 16, 2006, Jack Willis of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented seven (7) bulletproof vests to the Evans County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Deputy Randall Tippin.

 
 

Bowdon Police Department

On January 2, 2007, Jorge Mestre of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented seven (7) bulletproof vests to the Bowdon Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" bulletproof vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief  Mark Brock.

 
 

Rochelle Police Department

On March 2, 2007, Guy Fussell of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented six (6) Ballistic vests to the Rochelle Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief  M. Keith McDuffie and Major David Killiebrew .

 
 

Warwick Police Department

On May 22, 2007, Guy Fussell of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented two (2) Ballistic vests to the Warwick Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief  Randy Howard Jr.

 
 

Glascock County Sheriff's Office

On May 29, 2007, Bud Mote of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented six (6) Ballistic vests to the Glascock County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Sheriff Dean Couch

 

 
Baldwin Police Department


On October 26, 2007, David Frazier and Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented seven (7) Ballistic vests to the Baldwin Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vest for the Department was Chief Daren Osborn.

 

  

Alto Police Department



 

 

 

 

On December 17, 2007, Marlin Humphrey and Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) Ballistic vests to the Alto Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief James Krockum.

 
  Gray Police Department

Gray PD

On January 24, 2008, Guy Fussell and Mike Smallwood of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Ten (10) Ballistic vests to the Gray Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Adam Lowe.

 
  Stewart County Sheriff's Department

Stewart Co SO

 On April 3, 2008, Randy Robertson and Dan Scoggins of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Five (5) Ballistic vests to the Stewart County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Sheriff Jones.

 
   
Chattahoochee County Sheriff's Department 



On April 23, 2008, Stan Elrod, Randy Robertson and Dan Scoggins of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Six (6) Ballistic vests to the Chattahoochee County Sheriff's Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Sheriff Glen Cooper.

 
  Warrenton Police Department



On May 12, 2008, Mark Padgett of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Nine (9) Ballistic vests to the Warrenton Police  Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Jim McLain
 
  Wilcox County Sheriff's Office

Wilcox SO
On May 23, 2008, Guy Fussell of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Eight (8) Ballistic vests to the Wilcox County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Sheriff Stacy Bloodsworth

 
  Eton Police Department

On January 30, 2009, Carlton Stallings President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Three (3) Ballistic vests to the Eton Police Department.  These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Brent Hooper.

 
  Trenton Police Department

On April 7, 2009, Carlton Stallings President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Four (4) Ballistic vests to the Trenton Police Department.  These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Roger Castleberry.

 
  Emerson Police Department

On May 28, 2009, Carlton Stallings President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Two (2) Ballistic vests to the Emerson Police Department.  These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Stan Bradley.

 
  Rabun County Sheriff's Office

On July 2, 2009, Marlin Humphrey and Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Ten (10) Ballistic vests to the Rabun County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Sheriff Andrews.

 
  Pembroke Police Department

On July 23, 2009, Jack Willis of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Ten (10) Ballistic vests to the Pembroke Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Mark Crowe.

 
  Leslie Police Department

On July 24, 2009, Dan Scoggins, Past President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented four (4) Ballistic vests to the Leslie Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Bob Smith.

 
  Demorest Police Department

On July 30, 2009, David Frazier, Past President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented five (5) Ballistic vests to the Demorest Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Greg Ellingson.

 
  Danielsville Police Department

On August 13, 2009, David Frazier, Past President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented two (2) Ballistic vests to the Danielsville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Rodney Christian.

 

 
 

Comer Police Department

On August 13, 2009, David Frazier, Past President of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented three (3) Ballistic vests to the Comer Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was Chief Brent Zellner.

 

 
  Habersham County Sheriff's Office

On September 24, 2009, Chris Looney and Jeff Love of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented five (5) Ballistic vests to the Habersham County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Sheriff Joey Terrell.

 

 
  McIntosh County Sheriff's Office

On September 24, 2009, Jack Willis of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented five (5) Ballistic vests to the McIntosh County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Sheriff Steven Jessup and Chief Deputy William Jennings.

 
  Stephens County Sheriff's Office

On October 21, 2009, Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Ten (10) Ballistic vests to the Stephens County Sheriff's Office. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Sheriff Randy Shirley.

 
  Walthourville Police Department

On June 8, 2010, Jack Willis of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Two (2) Ballistic vests to the Walthourville Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Harget.

 
 

Dillard Police Department

On August 25, 2010, Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Three (3) Ballistic vests to the Dillard Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Shane Watts

 

 
 

 Pavo Police Department

On October 28, 2010, Mike Callahan, Steve Turner and Amy Braswell of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Five (5) Ballistic vests to the Pavo Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Sidney Turner.

 

 
 

 Tallulah Falls Police Department

On May 18,2011, Jeff Love, and  Dennis Bell of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Two  Ballistic vests to the Tallulah Falls Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Bill Goatcher.

 
 

Claxton Police Department

On June 9, 2011, Jack Willis of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Five (5) Ballistic vests to the Claxton Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Edward Oglesbee Jr.

 
 

Piedmont/Northern Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad

On June 13, 2011, Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Four (4) Ballistic vests to the Piedmont/Northern Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Sheriff Steve Thomas and S/A Gary Hughes Director of P/N Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad.

 

Boston Police Department

 

 

 

 

 

On September 2, 2011, Jamy Steinberg , Steve Turner and Amy Braswell of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Four (4) Ballistic vests to the Boston Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Ferrell Howell, Sgt. Richard Goodman and Mayor Danny Groover of the City of Boston. 

 

 
 

Dade County and Trenton Police Department

On December 21, 2011 President Stallings presented ballistic vests to members of the Dade County Sheriff’s department and Trenton Police department at the Lodge 86 Christmas Banquet.
 

 
 

North Georgia Technical College Police Department

On February 22, 2012, Chris Looney of the Georgia Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), presented Five (5) Ballistic vests to the North Georgia Technical College Police Department. These vests were provided through the Georgia F.O.P.'s, "Operation Protect Our Protectors" ballistic vest program.  Accepting the vests for the Department was  Chief Shawn Wilson and Officer Terry Brown of the North Ga. Technical College Police Dept.

 

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