The Brotherhood would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the friends and family of Police Officer Rod Bradway and to the men and women of the Indianapolis Metropolitian Police Department. Officer Officer Rod Bradway was shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute call in a northwest Indianapolis apartment complex. Upon arrival, Officer Bradway heard cries for help and made entry into an apartment where he came under fire and was mortally wounded.Officer Bradway was able to return fire on the subject and is credited with saving the life of the domestic dispute victim. Officer Bradway was transported to Wishard Hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds several hours later.Officer Bradway was a five-year veteran of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department and is survived by his wife and two children.
Written on Friday, 20 September 2013 18:27
Dear members and officers , attached is a flyer to our upcoming event "Coptoberfest" we are joining forces for the first time with the Memorial . With the support of all members and officers throughout the city this can become one of the best fundraisers in the country to help support the families of our fallen "HEROES" . Please contact me , Sgt Matt Swain or John McKenna and we will meet with tickets . Also for this event we will be looking for volunteers and help getting raffle items , if you wish to help or can get donations or sponsors please let me know. If anyone is interested in getting a dodge ball team together for a fundraising event which proceeds will go to the Brotherhood contact me for info. Thanks Rick Caballero
Written on Tuesday, 10 September 2013 20:22
Join us on 24 JUL 2013 at FOP Hall to send off Nial Funchion (CPD Marine Unit) and the Pipes and Drums of the Chicago Police Department to California. Nial will swim the Catalina Channel (20.2 miles) in Southern California. This swim will complete the third leg of the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming. Nial has already completed the other two legs with his swim of the English Channel (21 miles) and the swim around Manhattan Island (28.5 miles). After completing his swim, Nial will be a member of an elite club of open water swimmers.