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Are you interested in attending the LECS one-hour Orientation meeting? Orientation provides an insight to training received in the academy including 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 or to register for any of the orientation meetings, chaplain training workshops, classes, or academies email training@sacchaplains.com or call the LECS office at (916) 978-0296. All LECS training sessions are held at the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy - Sacramento Training Academy, 2500 Marconi Avenue, #210, Sacramento, CA 95821.





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Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento
2500 Marconi Avenue, Suite 210
Sacramento, CA 95821
Office: (916) 978-0296
EIN # 94-2598748
Email: admin@sacchaplains.com
Website: www.sacchaplains.com
24 hours confidential crisis line - (916) 857-1801

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I'm so grateful to a good God that you are there to support our loved ones doing this hard job Mindi.
~PEGGY METCALF CRAIN


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