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Is it time we embrace ‘digital volunteerism’ in a disaster?

Despite highly specialized and capable emergency management systems, ordinary citizens are usually first on the scene in an emergency or disaster and remain long after official services have ceased. However, in most developed countries, emergency and disaster...

Survivor Network

Survivor Network is a private corner of the internet where police survivors can find words of hope from chaplains and kindred spirits from within the faith community. Leveraging the internet's unique ability to connect people to content, the Survivor Network reaches...

Annoucing: FIELD NOTES 
for Police Chaplains

Robert Kenneth Jones & ChaplainUSA are proud to introduce Field Notes for Police Chaplains, a new educational resource for police chaplains. Throughout the year, Robert will seek out success stories and breakthroughs in training and treatment that police chaplains can...

Unsung Heroes of Law Enforcement Take Center Stage on Social Media

After serving for decades in the trenches, police chaplains are beginning to assume a more public profile via social media. While their work remains far from the public view, a group of police chaplains are determined to make police chaplains a more familiar part of...

Start a chaplaincy program

Great places to start For individuals and law enforcement agencies seeking to start a chaplaincy program, there are a number of exceptional organizations which can be of assistance Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento https://www.sacchaplains.com/ International...

History of the Police Chaplain Project

Established in 2008, by veteran police chaplain David Fair and media producer Phillip LeConte, the Police Chaplain Project has conducted over 100 interviews with police chaplains across the country. The project has been an opportunity for both Fair and LeConte to...

Add your voice

The Police Chaplain Project continues to produce new interviews every year. Police chaplains from across the country travel to the project home-base in Austin, Texas to add their knowledge to the project. (Recording each chaplain’s testimony takes from 2-3 hours.)...

Our Story

A few years back, a group of us established the Police Chaplain Project. The idea was to tell the story of police chaplaincy one chaplain at a time by creating a video archive. We kept it simple. We invited police chaplains come in, sit down,...