Duties of a Sheriff’s/Police Chaplain

By | February 28, 2016
  • Give spiritual and Biblical counsel to peace officers, department members, family members, and those who come in contact with our departments who request assistance. All counsel with a chaplain will be confidential, excluding situations where it is deemed the person in counsel will be a danger to himself/herself or others.
  • Visit sick or injured officers and department personnel in home and hospital.
  • Make death notifications and deliver emergency messages.
  • Provide assistance to victims of crime.
  • Serve as a liaison with clergy within the our area.
  • Provide biblical answers to spiritual questions.
  • Offer prayers at special occasions.
  • Assist in crisis situations.
  • Deal with homeless and prisoners requesting assistance.
  • Provide resources and referrals for those requesting assistance.

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