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Ethical Society of Police to host Community Trivia Night support the homeless and honor fallen police officers

ST. LOUIS, MO – The Ethical Society of Police (E.S.O.P.) is hosting its first Community Trivia Night on Saturday, March 25th. Funds will be used for the homeless and to assist with travel expenses for law enforcement attending National Police Week, which honors police officers killed in the line of duty. E.S.O.P. is an association of St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department officers, airport police officers, park rangers, city marshals and civilians.

The E.S.O.P. Community Trivia Night is Saturday, March 25th, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Empire Hall, 3407 California St. The cost is $180 per table of eight, or $25 per individual. The event will include door prizes, 50/50 raffles, and a silent auction. The event is open to everyone in the community.

Silent auction items include a “Tesla Weekend Experience,” a weekend with a Tesla Model S, an all-electric vehicle and one of the most innovative cars on the market. 

“Our goal is to connect people in the community with the E.S.O.P. for a night of trivia, laughter, and fellowship,” said Heather Taylor, president of the Ethical Society of Police

For details and to purchase tickets, email or call (314) 688-5816. For more information about E.S.O.P., visit

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The Ethical Society of Police was founded by several African American Officers in 1972 who were facing racism within the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department. These brave Officers also founded the ESOP to bridge the gap in communication between the community and SLMPD. The ESOP strives to be the voice of equality within SLMPD.

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The mission of the Ethical Society of Police, (ESOP), is to bridge the gap in communication between the Police Department and our community. We are the seekers of justice within our Department and for our community. We are the voice of the voiceless and the conscience of our Police Department. 

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  • Improve the relationship between the community and the police department.
  • Improve the professional status for minority civilians and police officers; individually and collectively.
  • Employ more minorities with law enforcement agencies.
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President PhotoWelcome to the Ethical Society of Police, Genesis. The Board of the E.S.O.P. added 'Genesis' to the name of the E.S.O.P. to signify change. It's a new beginning for us and our membership. The E.S.O.P. is comprised of both Civilian and Commissioned Employees with the City of St. Louis. The E.S.O.P. is community driven. We seek equality within our community and Police Department. You can often find our members serving our community in some manner. It's simply, what we do. What we love. We hope you will enjoy visiting our webpage and seek us out for real police/community related discussions and solutions. We truly embody the spirit of our Police Department's core values: Service, Integrity, Leadership and Fair Treatment to All. Many blessings, and thanks for stopping by!


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