Mission Statement

To provide a ministry of presence, support, and counsel to the law enforcement personnel of the Lemoore Police Department, as well as the unfortunate victims of crime.

No one is confronted with more situations that demoralize and create emotional, mental and spiritual burdens than today’s law enforcement officer. These burdens also affect the officer’s family and other members of his or her department. Our trained and certified Chaplains understand the unique environment of Law enforcement and can provide specialized guidance, counseling and assistance when called upon. The Chaplaincy Program is dedicated to serving the law enforcement personnel of the Lemoore Police Department, their families, agency personnel, as well as the unfortunate victims of crime.

Vision Statement

Upholding those who uphold the law.

Core Values

Integrity – Confidentiality – Quality


“In all things we commend ourselves as ministers of God: in much patience, in tribulations, in needs, in distresses…”
Second Corinthians 6:4


Chaplains respond to calls 24 hours a day, 365 days per year, city wide

Chaplains perform important follow-up after the Peace Officer has stabilized a situation

Chaplains aid victims of crime and their families

Chaplains coordinate a variety of agencies and churches to bring needed help in times of crisis

Chaplains are available to counsel with law enforcement personnel

Chaplains work with law enforcement families

Chaplains show caring concern to all those who are in need


The death of a person

Suicide & suicide prevention

Rape & other violent sexual assault

Accidents with severe injuries or death

Homicide & violent assaults


Child abuse

Family disturbances

Other incidents upon the request of a law enforcement officer


Delivery of death messages

Family crisis management

Assistance to victims and witnesses who have been traumatized

Natural disaster assistance

Respond to suicide attempts

Work to ease racial tension and to manage neighborhood problems

Accidents (vehicular and other types)

Sex crimes incidents

Public assistance; transportation needs

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