Fox beats Demofonte in rematch to become new NJ FOP president

Bob Fox of Cherry Hill today became the NJ Fraternal Order of Police’s (FOP) new president at the cops’ labor meeting in Pennsylvania.

Fox succeeds veteran President Ed Brannigan, who remains the vice president of the national organization.

“It was a privilege to be president for 12 years and it’s good to see the organization going in the right direction,” said Brannigan, an ally of Fox, who he’s known for 25 years.

In today’s FOP rematch, Fox beat Steve Demofonte, executive vice president of the FOP. Retired from the Mount Laurel Police Department, Demofonte had beaten Fox in that race as the anti-Brannigan candidate.

Jersey City Police Detective Mark Razzoli came in third and Burlington County’s Pete Alfinito finished fourth.

Fox beats Demofonte in rematch to become new NJ FOP president