U.S. Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) met with Joe Regan, Chairman of the Legislative Committee for the Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police and a 28-year veteran of Lower Merion Township Police Department, last week.
“I’m always grateful to hear from representatives of Pennsylvania’s law enforcement community,” said Sen. Toomey. “My thanks to Joe Regan for taking the time to come to D.C. and meet with me. Thank you for all you do, Joe, and thank you to all those serving in law enforcement to protect Pennsylvania’s communities.”
Regan previously served as the past vice president, chaplain, recording secretary, and past president of Lower Merion Lodge #28. Regan also served as the past president of Towns, Townships & Boroughs Association. He is currently a member of the State Endorsement Committee, chairman of State Legislative Committee and chairman of National FOP Recruitment Committee.