Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento

Trauma Response And Care (TRAC)

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This workshop provides training to faith-based people who represent all faiths and cultures within our communities.  Attendees are extensively trained by Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified instructors in matters related to crime victim's trauma, practical assistance during emergencies, and critical incident stress reactions.  Attendees will learn how to serve those distressed by traumatic events that come to their house of worship.

 

LECS (non-profit 501©3) oversees the interfaith Law Enforcement Chaplain's Program as a secular organization with strong spiritual overtones.  Attendees will be trained in the POST Certified, Lexipol compliant, NEMS Deployed, O.E.S. Classified, and Field Mutual Aid Training Curriculum.

 

For further information you may email training@sacchaplains.com or

call the LECS office at (916) 978-0296.

FIRST RESPONDER CHURCH TRAINING

Trauma Response and Care

This 8-hour workshop is a pre-requisite training to faith-based people who represent all faiths and cultures within our communities.  Each attendee will learn how to serve those distressed by traumatic events that come to their house of worship or assist as LECS partner to provide follow-up after a crisis or tragedy.  

 

To reserve a date for your church to become involved:

Contact LECS Office at (916) 978-0296

OR email:  training@sacchaplains.com

CHURCH SECURITY/SAFETY TRAINING

Although we don't like to think violent acts occur within the church walls, it is something for which we are obligated to prepare.  There are good reasons that we must Pray, Prepare, Prevent & Prevail.  Many types of incidents (both big & small) could happen and have happened within churches all over the country.  Church leaders have an obligation to church members, parishioners, and every visitor who steps inside our doors to provide a safe environment for worship.  The bottom line is that because of the world we live in, we are obligated as church leaders to recognize the facts in regards to our obligation to our church members, parishioners, visitors and those within the walls we have been entrusted.

 

Contact the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento

for a FREE one hour consultation for your church security and safety.

Call (916) 978-0296

LECS COMMUNITY CHAPLAIN ACADEMY

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(Classroom instruction time only.  A mandatory 3 month field training follows the completion of classroom instruction.)

 

Seating is limited. Maximum class size is approximately 25 trainees.  

 

This academy provides training to faith-based people who represent all faiths and cultures within our communities. Chaplains are extensively trained by Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified instructors in matters related to crime victim’s trauma, practical assistance during emergencies, and critical incident stress reactions. Chaplains serve all crime victims and those distressed by traumatic events in the community, alongside sworn and non-sworn police personnel during actual crisis.

 

For more information about the class, please refer to the flyer attached below.

 

The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy - Sacramento (non-profit 501c3) oversees the interfaith Chaplain’s Program as a secular organization with strong spiritual overtones.

 

LOCATION:

Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento

Training Academy

2500 Marconi Ave., Suite 210

Sacramento, CA 95821 

(Seating Limited - no walk up)

 

Contact LECS office at (916) 978-0296 or email training@sacchaplains.com

for more details or to reserve your seat.

LECS LAW ENFORCEMENT CHAPLAIN ACADEMY

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Prerequisite: TRAC - Trauma Response & Care Class

 

The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Academy consists of 93-hours of class, lab and field training. This academy provides training to faith-based people who represent all faiths and cultures within our communities.  Attendees are extensively trained by Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) certified instructors in matters related to crime victim’s trauma, practical assistance during emergencies, and critical incident stress reactions.  Attendees will learn how to serve law enforcement families, departments and potentially assist crime victims and those distressed by traumatic events in the community, alongside sworn and non-sworn police personal during actual crisis.

 

LECS (non-profit 501©3) oversees the interfaith Law Enforcement Chaplain’s Program as a secular organization with strong spiritual overtones.  Attendees will be trained in the POST Certified, Lexipol Compliant, NEMS Deployed, O.E.S Classified, and Field Mutual Aid Training Curriculum.

 

LOCATION:

Law Enforcement Chaplaincy - Sacramento

Training Academy

2500 Marconi Avenue, #210

Sacramento, CA  95821

(Seating Limited - no walk up)

 

Contact LECS office at (916)978-0296 for more details or to reserve your seat. 

 

LECS School Support Team - Watch for next training date.

As one of society's key institutions, schools are in a strong position to support the wellbeing and values of young people. LECS School Support Team members can play a significant role in supporting elementary, middle, and high school's students, administration, staff and parents throughout sixteen different school districts in the Greater Sacramento Region, including community colleges.

 

 

Location:

LECS Training Academy

2500 Marconi Ave., Suite 210

Sacramento, CA 95821

(Seating Limited - no walk up)

 

Contact the LECS office at (916)978-0296 for more details or to reserve your seat.

       

Individual Critical Incident Stress Management

June 19, 2018 - June 20, 2018

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

 

This International Critical Incident Stress Foundation-certified CISM: Individual in Crisis course is designed to assist fire service, law enforcement, hospital personnel, air ambulance, school, business and industry employees and the military in developing a CISM team and offering services.  The two-day course prepares peer support personnel to provide one on one crisis intervention for distressed individuals following traumatic events including job or family-related incidents, natural disaster or terrorism.  Community or the military.  Attendees receive a Certificate of Completion from ICISF.

 

LOCATION:

LECS Training Facility

Marconi Room

2500 Marconi Avenue, #210

Sacramento, CA  95821

(seating limited - no walk up)

 

For more information about the class, please see the flyer below.

Contact the LECS office at (916)978-0296

to reserve your seat.

 

Please see flyer for more information.
Flyer CISD 061918.pdf
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Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento

2500 Marconi Ave.

Suite 210

Sacramento, CA. 95821

 

(916) 978-0296 Chaplain office

 

www.sacchaplains.com admin@sacchaplains.com

training@sacchaplains.com

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Training:

- Critical Incident Stress Management June 19 - June 20, 2018

- Community Chaplain Orientation, June 28, 2018.

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- ARCADE CHURCH

- BAYSIDE CHURCH

- CAPITAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH

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- FAIR OAKS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH SACRAMENTO

- HORIZON CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP

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- NEW LIFE COMMUNITY CHURCH

- OAK AVENUE CHURCH

- RIVER CITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH

- SACRAMENTO FRIENDS COMMUNITY CHURCH

- SACRAMENTO POLICE OFFICERS  ASSOCIATION

- SUNRISE COMMUNITY CHURCH

- SUN RIVER CHURCH

- THRIVENT FINANCIAL

 

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