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FirstNet® and Fraternal Order of Police Advantage Alliance

Building and operating a mission critical public safety communications platform requires commitment and partnership from all stakeholders. Having input and support from end line users—the men and women protecting and serving in communities, fighting crime and responding to emergencies—is vital to the success of FirstNet built with AT&T.

The FOP has been involved in the quest for a dedicated public safety communications network and has supported the developments involving FirstNet since its inception. The National Fraternal Order of Police has signed an exclusive agreement with AT&T to educate law enforcement officers across the nation about the benefits of FirstNet—America's public safety communications platform—and the impact it can have on law enforcement communications.

Read more about the alliance here.


"The FOP is proud to partner with AT&T to provide valuable tools and resources to the men and women of law enforcement."


Patrick Yoes
National President
Fraternal Order of Police

"FirstNet exists to serve public safety and to better their communications capabilities. Serving public safety is our mission."


Jason Porter
Senior Vice President
FirstNet

FirstNet for a personal line of service

First responders are the force behind FirstNet. It is THE wireless broadband platform created with and for first responders.

A crisis can happen at any time. You need the ability to connect when you are on-duty or on-call. That's why FirstNet is here—to help first responders connect to the critical information they need every day and in every emergency. And it's available for eligible public safety entities and individual first responders.

Get started today.

Apply online

Complete an online application and eligibility verification1 process. Be sure to use association referral code FOP1234 (available only through online application). You'll be able to shop online for FirstNet Ready™ devices, accessories, and rate plans.

Schedule appointment

Schedule a virtual appointment with a FirstNet specialist and we’ll help you get started.


The Power of FirstNet

"To get FirstNet into the hands of law enforcement agencies and law enforcement officers, it’s important they understand FirstNet, its capabilities, and how it can help protect and enhance their frontline policing through a reliable connection. The opportunity to collaborate with the FOP will go a long way in helping law enforcement officers get the information they need and want."


Jason Porter
Senior Vice President, FirstNet

See how FirstNet is ready to support you with the communications tools you need to help protect your communities.


When we say we’re here for you, we mean it. Here are some reasons why you should get started today:

  • First Priority® means responders using FirstNet remain first in line with priority access to network capacity at all times.
  • No throttling anywhere in the U.S.
  • Access near real-time data for split-second decisions.
  • Enhanced situational awareness with innovative apps and devices.
  • Dedicated security and professional support 24x7x365.

To learn more visit FirstNet.com or contact us today.

1To purchase a FirstNet Responder plan as a Subscriber Paid User, you must be a verified current employee of, or active volunteer for, a qualified public safety entity who is providing services or performing functions in the area of law enforcement, fire protection, emergency medical services (including emergency departments at health care facilities), emergency 911 call dispatch, National Guard or emergency management. Your eligibility for FirstNet service will be verified by your public safety entity if it has a FirstNet contract, a Subscriber Paid Foundation Account and active Administrator; if not, through a process begun in an AT&T retail location or firstnet.com/signup. You will be subject to periodic re-verification. You must have an AT&T Wireless Customer Agreement and an individual FirstNet account. You will be limited to 3 FirstNet Responder lines of service —1 each of phone, tablet and wearable. If you are not a verified Subscriber Paid User or are in violation of the single line limit for each device, AT&T may suspend, change or terminate your FirstNet service. See firstnet.com/firstnetresponder for verification and other details.
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