Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy, Inc. is a field service ministry to the members of Law Enforcement, their families, and the citizens of Placer County, California. 

On A Mission of Compassion

 
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Mission

To provide spiritual, emotional, and mental support to the Law Enforcement Community, their families, and the citizens of Placer County.

PCLEC continually provides the service of trained, critical incident chaplains on a 24 hour, 7 days a week basis. This vital Chaplaincy program is comprised of a team of specially trained individuals who volunteer their time to help and serve others. All of our Chaplains are trained to lend a helping hand to every person, without regard to religious preference (including no preference), and are frequently requested to contact pastors, priests, rabbis and other religious leaders to assist families.


How We Achieve Our Mission

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Providing expertise in counseling on issues unique to law enforcement personnel

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Specialization in trauma and crisis intervention

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The conducting of crisis counseling in the field

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Demonstrating excellence in delivering care and comfort to both law enforcement and the community

 
 
 

Ready to become a Chaplain?

If you are interested in registering for our Community Chaplain Academy,
please click on the link below and fill out the form.

 
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A Ministry of Presence

The Chaplaincy is a ministry of presence, supplying a source of strength to law enforcement officers and their families, department personnel, and members of the community. Additionally, our Chaplains are trained to serve the needs of others without religious, racial, social, or gender bias, providing care and compassion for those impacted by crisis and traumatic incidents.

 
 
 

History

Incorporated in 1986 as a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation, Placer County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy was formed as a field service to both Law Enforcement agencies and crisis victims, providing at no cost a dynamic team of specially trained men and women qualified to offer strength, compassion and counsel when tragedy strikes.

 
 
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