LECS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization committed to serving law enforcement personnel and their families, victims of crime and tragedies, and the community at large. 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.
LECS responds to a wide variety of critical incidents, including serious accidents, suicides, homicides or suspicious deaths, sudden infant deaths, barricaded subjects, missing persons, industrial accidents, unexpected natural deaths, death notifications, and many others. Typically, we are deployed by law enforcement dispatchers within moments of officers' arrival on scene. Prevention programs, intervention services and aftermath post-vention services complement the first responder calls within the Sacramento community.
Since 1977, LECS has been supported by individual donations, corporate sponsors, churches, clubs, small businesses, contract service grants and various fundraising campaigns. All Chaplaincy services are entirely free.
Contact us if you have questions about Chaplaincy support in your community at: Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento, 2500 Marconi Ave, Suite 210, Sacramento, CA 95821, (916) 978-0296.
LECS provides these resources to anyone who may benefit from them.
Grief Resources -
Travel Resources -
Delta Bereavement Flights
Veteran Resources -
Identity Theft Information -
Identify theft is one of the fastest growing crimes to affect both the elderly as well as the deceased. Criminals use information about the deceased to commit fraud and run up credit card debts. There are however, resources available to help you protect yourself and your family.
United Way Pledge Number: 3057
Contact us for more information at -
Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento
2500 Marconi Avenue, Suite 210
Sacramento, CA 95821
Office: (916) 978-0296
EIN # 94-2598748
24 hours confidential crisis line - (916) 857-1801
Follow Executive Director and Senior Chaplain Mindi Russell on Facebook