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Listen: Chaplain Mindi Russell, Senior Sacramento Law Enforcement Chaplain.

The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento to host 8 Ukrainian Police Officers for Police Chaplain Training.

Ukrainian leaders and dignitaries have selected eight representatives of police and military who will make history as they will return to the Ukraine as the Country’s first Police Chaplains. This historical movement is an effort to build trust and respect between the public and the Ukrainian Police force and Military. 

Eight (8) Police Officers from Kiev, Ukraine will arrive in Sacramento to begin their week long training with the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento Monday, October 21st. These international police officers will receive Chaplain training with an emphasis on trauma, grief counseling and crisis response.

The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento has been the national leader in Police Chaplaincy Standards and now will become internationally recognized.

The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento (LECS), serves 15 different law enforcement agencies, 16 local school districts, State and County government agencies, customer-based retail businesses and various churches throughout the region. LECS provides families with immediate practical guidance, and valuable resources of what happens next, after their loss. 

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization, LECS is committed to serving law enforcement personnel and their families, victims of crime and tragedies, and the community at large with the efforts of highly trained caring and compassionate Volunteer Chaplains. LECS is the only service of its kind that provides 24-7-365 rapid response teams alongside law enforcement agencies with on-scene emotional crisis support. Chaplains are experts in the aftermath of grief and loss.

Chaplain Russell

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