Learning how to effectively serve your first-responders and your community.
“Excellent! Many topics I have not considered before. Instruction was great.”
Caldwell Parish Sheriff Dept.
“Use of multimedia was excellent, especially the active shooter scenarios.”
Yates Center 1st Christian Church
Yates Center, Kansas
“Excellent presenter. Highly skilled and passionate about the subject. This course helps me FAR BETTER understand officer stress and how to connect with P.D. Officers. I was a really good investment of my time.”
Sioux City, IA PD
“The course is very practical and applicable. I’ve been a Chaplain for 3 ½ years and came away with new ideas and ways to improve our support to our officers.”
Highland Baptist Church
Junction City, Kansas
Chaplains provide a vital service to law enforcement, fire departments and other emergency responders. Not only do they support these professionals, they bring comfort to people displaced by disaster or victimized by crime.
But who trains the chaplains? Often well-meaning pastors and ordained ministers must learn through the school of hard knocks. In addition, they often have the disadvantage of not understanding the culture and stresses of law enforcement and emergency responders. The realities faced daily by police, firefighters and paramedics differs markedly from the routines of most pastors. Yet with training, this gap can be bridged.
The Chaplain Boot Camp equips pastors and licensed ministers to support professional protectors and their families in relevant ways. It also gives insight into how chaplains can partner with responders to serve and comfort the community. Attendees will receive an introduction into the perspective of law enforcers and emergency professionals.
The program offers a balance of instruction and practical exercises. We’ll work through real-life scenarios together to prepare for real-time incidents in the field.
Who Should Attend?
- Pastors and licensed ministers
- Law enforcement leadership desiring to upgrade or start a chaplaincy program
- Role of the Chaplain
- Introduction to Psychological First Aid
- Introduction to CISM & PTSD
- Introduction to Domestic Violence
- Suicide Awareness
- Critical Incident Response
- Death Notifications
- Protector Orientation
- Crime Scene Preservation
- Introduction to Officer’s Response to an Active Shooter
- Introduction to Officer’s Low Light Engagement Tactics
Please wear comfortable clothing for the practical exercises.
Now Missouri POST approved for 11 hours of continuing education credit!