Police chaplains are trained clergy or lay pastors of a recognized religious denomination who serve as confidential counselors and consultants to police department employees and the public. The Taylor Police Chaplain Program is affiliated with the First Responder Chaplain Association—Taylor Corps.
The Taylor Police Department is privileged to have highly qualified and experienced civilian Chaplains who serve in a variety of support roles both within the agency and throughout the community. Police Chaplains are volunteers who donate their time to the community and the police officers who serve it.
Taylor Police Chaplains are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to:
- Counsel law enforcement personnel and their families;
- Visit sick or injured officers and civilian personnel in homes and hospitals;
- Assist with death notifications;
- Provide assistance to crime victims and their families;
- Respond to major incidents and crises when their services may be required;
- Assist with suicide incidents and other tragedies;
- Provide guidance on issues related to religions;
- Offer prayers at special occasions such as recruit graduations, awards ceremonies, and dedications.
For more information regarding the Taylor Police Chaplain program contact Sgt. Mike Lividini
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