WHAT DOES A CHAPLAIN DO?
A Chaplain’s primary role is to support members of the police department including
all sworn and non-sworn support staff, and their families.
Chaplains develop relationships with the community and provide emotional, mental,
and spiritual support.
Chaplains provide support and service in critical incident situations; officer involved
shootings, death notifications, assistance employees dealing with sickness, death,
loss, and conflict within their family.
Chaplains are trained volunteers who offer credible ministry of presence to employees and the community of all faith backgrounds with the utmost confidentiality.
Chaplains may serve on Wellness, Crisis Response Teams, Peer Support Teams, or
other committees within the department. Chaplains serve as a liaison with other
community clergy and between law enforcement and the community as needed
HOW DO I ASK FOR A CHAPLAIN?
Call us at (435)615-5589 and leave a message
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Non-Emergency Police Dispatch to
Request a Chaplain at 435-615-5500
POLICE CHAPLAIN COORDINATOR
Dan Moak, Park City, Utah
Young Life (Park City)
Lieutenant Vai Lealaitafea