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Law Enforcement Chaplains Serving Those Who Serve And Protect!

Chaplain Chris Rouse: Chaplain Rouse is a chaplain with the Philadelphia Police Department. Chaplain Rouse has taken the Public Safety certification course and hopes to offer the same training to future chaplains working with the Philadelphia Police Department.
Chaplain John L. Lamkin ( California): Chaplain John Lamkin is a certified chaplain for the La Habra, Calif. Police Dept. LaHabra Califonia has estimated population of 62,635.
Chaplain Tommy Davis (New York): Chaplain Fellowship Ministries New York Division. As chaplains in the state of New York their mission is to minister to the entire community as a conglomerate of ministries and churches. They put aside denominational differences and minor doctrinal issues to serve their community while hoping that some would submit to Christ. See Photos!

Chaplain Thomas Peoples (Texas): Chaplain Peoples is a Law Enforcement officer and one of the coordinators for the Critical Incident Stress Management Team with the agency he works with. He has been in law enforcement since 1988, when he first began with Harker Heights Texas Police Department as a reserve officer. Thomas became a full time officer in Harker Heights in 1991 after returning from Operation Desert Storm, ending just over six years of active duty service with the United States Army. Thomas obtained the rank of Patrol Sergeant before leaving Harker Heights Police Department in 1994, for a position as a State Trooper with the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Thomas was trained and served as a Critical Incident Stress Management Team member since 1993, Thomas is certified through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. Chapalin Peoples also served as SWAT team leader, narcotics officer, advisor for police explorer program, among many other duties. Chaplain Thomas continued to work in CISM after becoming a member of the Texas Department of Public Safety and served on the State Team. After leaving the Texas Department of Public Safety in 2002 he went to work for the agency he is now with still working as a law enforcement officer. Chaplain peoples become a trainer through the National Police Suicide Foundation and devotes time to educating other law enforcement officers in police suicide awareness, stress management and emotional survival. Chaplain Peoples is also involved with Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (M.A.D.D.), providing awareness and education to young drivers and DWI offenders. For more information about Chaplain Peoples visit his web site.


Chaplain David Fair (Texas): Chaplain Fair is the Chief Chaplain for the Brownwood PD, the Brownwood (TX) Fire Department, Brown County (TX) Sheriff's Dept. Brownwood Regional Medical Center, and Gold Star EMS. Chaplain Fair is also a Chaplain for the Texas Dept. Of Public Safety and serves on its Critical Incident Response Team. Chaplain Fair is an ordained Minister, Elder and Trustee at Abundant Life Church. He was elevated to the position of Bishop by St. Thomas-A-Becket Synod and University, Canterbury, Kent, England in 2003. Chaplain Fair has the following certification: Board Certified Crisis Chaplain, Board Certified Homeland Security CHS-III, certified as a Master Chaplain, Traumatologist, Trauma Specialist, Pastoral Counselor, Christian Marriage and Family Therapist, Thereupon Therapist (Faith Based), Bereavement Specialist, Anger Resolution Therapist, and is a Board Certified Expert In Traumatic Stress, Diplomat, Certified Military Liaison Chaplain.

Chaplain Fair is a Reconized Certified Religious Practitioner- and does comply with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors Title 22, Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 681, subtitle A, 681.2 definitions, (15), (A), (B), (C). Dr. Fair is also a member of the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and is listed in their National Registry.Chaplain Fair is a recipient of The Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement agencys and the community. For more information about Chaplain Fair Visit his web site


Chaplain Fred W. Campbell: Chaplain Campbell is currently the Warden of an Arkansas Prison Unit. Prior to holding this position Chaplain Campbell was assistant warden of the Pine Bluff Unit in Arkansas. Chaplain Campbell has over 24 years experience in law enforcement and has received more than 25 prestigious commendations and awards. Chaplain Campbell is a former Secret Service agent who has protected two US Presidents and provided bodyguard services to several famous people in America. Chaplain Campbell is a recipient of The Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement agencys and the community.

Chaplain Paul Tabor (Texas): Chaplain Tabor is the State CISM Program Director, Texas Department of State Health Services, Community Preparedness Section. The Network provides teams for responsive supportive debriefing and stress management education to any emergency services agency in Texas involved in a critical incident. Through the CISM process, the team will provide an organized approach to the management of stress reactions for emergency service personnel who have been exposed to, or who are showing signs of, traumatic stress experienced in the line of duty.

The focus will be to minimize the harmful effect of job stress, and accelerate the recovery of those personnel who have been traumatized in these situations. Teams are not counseling or therapy providers. It is NOT the function of any CISM team to replace professional counseling or employee assistance programs, but to provide immediate, incident specific, supportive crisis intervention with a proven model.


Chaplain Franklyn Ward: Chaplain Ward holds the rank of Captain with the Norwich, Connecticut Police Department. Chaplain Ward has been with the Norwich Police Department for 22 years, Chaplain Ward is .3rd in command of approximately 150 sworn officers & civilian employees. Chaplain Ward is a Certified Master Chaplain, Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain, Certified Pastoral Counselor, Certified Crisis Chaplain, Certified Anger Management Specialist, Certified Restorative Therapist. Chaplain Ward is also a recipient of Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service. (Now Retired)

Chaplain Arthur Martinez: Chaplain Martinez is a United States Marine Corps, Vietnam combat Veteran. .He is a Law Enforcement and Fire department chaplain in New Mexico. Chaplain Martinez is a retired K-9 officer from California where he trained and worked with attack dogs and drug detection dogs. Arthur is a Certified Master Chaplain, Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain, Certified Pastoral Counselor and a Licensed and ordained Chaplain. Arthur is also a recipient of the Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement agencys and the community.

Chaplain James Manning: Chaplain Manning is a Vietnam Combat Veteran. He is an Inspector/Police with The Department Of Homeland Security, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Federal Protective Service. Chaplain Manning is a recipient of the Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement agencys and the community. Department of Homeland Security (Now Retired)

Chaplain Jay Kurtz: Chaplain Kurtz is a United States Marine Corps, Vietnam Combat Veteran. Chaplain Kurtz holds a B.A., M.A. at Northeastern Illinois University. In 2002, Jay received his Doctor of Ministry. Jay atteneded the ISP Training Academy in Springfield Illinois and was appointed as a Chaplain for, District Chicago, Illinois State Police. Chaplain Kurtz has taught communication classes at Cook County Jail. He is a Certified Master Chaplain, Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain, Certified Pastoral Counselor. Jay is a Licensed and ordained Chaplain and member of the International Conference of Police Chaplains. Jay is also a recipient of The Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement agencys and the community. Illinois State Police

Master Chaplain Larry Todd: Chaplain Todd retired from the Texas Deparmtent of Criminal Justice where he was Director of Media Relations. Prior to that he was an executive assistant to Texas State Comptroller Bob Bullcok. Chaplain Todd also worked with Texas Department of Public Safety as Chief of Media. Chaplain Todd is also a former broadcast news director and anchor. He is now a Law Enforcement Chaplian who strongly believes in supporting law enforcement and firefighters with every possible tool.
Master Chaplain J David Simpson: Chaplain Simpson is a Vietnam Combat Veteran.Chaplain Simpson is a Constable in South Carolina. He is also a Chaplain for the local Police Department and Fire Department and an active member in the South Carolina Enforcement Chaplains Association. J David is a Certified Master Chaplain, Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain, Certified Pastoral Counselor and a Licensed and ordained Chaplain. Chaplain Simpson is also a recipient of the Presidents Call To Service Award having over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement agencys and the community.

Master Chaplain Leatha Warden: Chaplain Leatrha Warden is a chaplain with the Brownwood PD. Chaplain Warden is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Crisis Chaplain, an anger resolution specialist, a medical emergencies first responder and is currently working on her PhD in behavioral medicine. She holds multiple other degrees to include an honorary Doctorate of Divinity. Chaplain Warden has counseled children, adolescents, and adults, to include professionals involved in law enforcement, corrections, state employment, emergency medical services, and their family members.

Master Chaplain Fred T. Ennenga Jr: Chaplain Ennenga is a Law Enforcement Chaplain with the Sacramento County Sheriffs Department, Sacramento Police Department and the Modesto Police Department in California. As A volunteer Chaplain he trains monthly an is on call for emergencies relating to Homeland Security. Chaplain Ennenga is a graduate of the LEC-Sac Community Chaplains Academy XII. Chaplain Ennenga is also a graduate of the LEC-Sac program from Faith in crisis Academy. He also hold his certification in Basic CISM.

Senior Chaplain Ernest Thompson: Chaplain Thompson :is a Chaplain with the Temple Crisis Chaplains program with the Temple Police Department. Chaplain Thompson has been the pastor of east hwy Baptist Church for 38 years, he has been an active baptist pastor for 45 years. Chaplain Thompson is a Certified Pastoral Counselor, Certified Anger Management Specialist, Certified Restorative Therapist, Certified Crisis Chaplain, Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain. Chaplain Thompson is a recipient of The Presidents Call To Service Award having well over four thousand hours in volunteer service.

Senior Chaplain Lindsie Whitted: Chaplain Whitted works with the employee assistance unit of the Philadelphia Police Department. Chaplain Whitted provides counseling and case management for police officers and their families. He is a facilitator of police critical incident and trauma support group. Chaplain Whitted providfes interviews and assessments of all police officers involved in discharging of firearms. He also provides debriefing and defusing for critical incidents. Philadelphia PD

Senior Chaplain Jessica Martinez: Chaplain Martinez is a Certified Senior Chaplain, Certified Law Enforcement Chaplain and former Police Officer for the Fresno Police Department in California. Jessica is also a desert storm, desert shield veteran. Jessica is the first Chaplain in 2006 to be recommended to for The Presidents Call To Service Award, having well over four thousand hours in volunteer service to Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue Departments and the community at large.

Chaplain Bruce Gerstle: Chaplain Gerstle is the president of Community Chaplain Assistance Inc, which is a non-profit organization that exists to serve Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Victims of trauma and crime. Chaplain Gerstle is the official chaplain for the Middletown Police Department in Bucks County, PA. Chaplain Gerstle is also a chaplain with the Billy Graham rapid response team and was deployed to New Orleans and the St. Bernard's Parish Sheriff's Departments in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. During 9-11 Chaplain Gerstle led teams of 10-15 people around NYC to encourage and pray with people of NYC, also distributing supplies and meals to disaster site workers.

Chaplain William Park: Chaplain Park is a chaplain with the Philadelphia Police Department and with Calvary Chapel Church of Philadelphia. Chaplain Park served 24 years as an active duty police officer with the Philadelphia Police Department. Chaplain Park was deployed to New Orleans and the St. Bernard's Parish Sheriff's Departments in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Chaplain Park has had extensive training in crisis intervention and disaster response. Philadelphia PD

Chaplain Patrick Priore: Chaplain Priore is the Chief of Police for the Tullytown Borough Police Department in Pennslyvania. Chaplain Priore is also the emergency management coordinator and oversees all emergency operations of man made or natural disasters in Tullytown Borough. Chaplain Priore is responsible for the prevention. mittigation, preparedness, response and recovery prior to and during all emergency incidents.

Chaplain Eduardo Armendariz: is a Border Patrol Agent working in Texas. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection priority mission – keeping terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the United States – places CBP on the frontline of the war on terrorism. As the nation’s unified border agency, CBP is strategically positioned at and between our ports of entry to prevent further terrorist attacks on our nation. This includes carrying out our traditional border-related responsibilities, such as stemming the tide of illegal drugs and illegal aliens, securing and facilitating legitimate global trade and travel, and protecting our food supply and agriculture industry from pests and disease. Visit Their Web Site

Chaplain Chris Ramsay: Social Services Specialist-Children's Protective Services, Genesee County, Flint, MI. Investigate allegations of child abuse and neglect; place children in foster care; as necessary; develop services agreements; provide services and interventions to families; refer families to community resources; petition families into Family Court and testify as necessary. Master of Public Administration, Criminal Justice Policy Issues.Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice.Ferris State University, Big Rapids, MI. Academic Dean's List.

Chaplain Fernando Woods (Washington): Chaplain Woods works as a volunteer with the Lakewood Police Department. He is recommended by Larry Saunders, Chief of Police, Lakewood Police Department and Bill Harman, Director of the Volunteer Disable Parking Program.
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The Family Badge: A national law enforcement support network, supporting law enforcement officers, their families and departments nationwide. When a need arises, we work on the solution. We are the families of law enforcement.
National P.O.L.I.C.E. Suicide Foundation: The numbers of deaths due to suicide are 2 to 3 times the number of line of duty deaths among law enforcement agencies and emergency workers.
Concerns of Police Survivors: Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc., also known as COPS, is a nationwide non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty as determined by Federal government criteria.

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