Orientation Meeting...   Watch for next date.

This informative 2 hour meeting will provide to people of faith an overview of

the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento, who serve law enforcement

departmets and families, individuals, schools, businesses, and the

community. The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento is a non-profit

501c3 that oversees the Law Enforcement Chaplains, Community

Chaplains, and Outreach Chaplains' programs.

 

Learn how chaplains go 24-7-365 days, where the church can't go. This 

meeting will give those who are interested a much clearer understanding of

how post-trauma intervention training helps anyone brecome effective

outside the church walls and makes them better equipped as the bridge to

the faith community and community based programs.

 

Location:

Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento

Training Facility

2500 Marconi Ave., Suite 210

Sacramento, CA 95821

 

TRAC Trauma Response And Care -  Watch for next training date

Two Consecutive weekends

 

 

“Now more than ever the faith community faces a staggering challenge that calls for PRACTICAL critical incident support to victims of trauma.  Further, national and local disaster response service agencies have dramatically changed recently with natural disasters of hurricanes, wildfires, and floods.  This 24 hour training course will equip faith leaders and/or their representatives to react systematically toward better serving their congregations, and their surrounding areas in cooperation with law enforcement and fire services agencies.”

 

Location:

Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento

Training Academy

2500 Marconi Ave. Suite 210

Sacramento, CA 95821

LECS COMMUNITY CHAPLAIN ACADEMY                           January 31 - April 4, 2017

Course Date:

Consecutive Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

(Note: Dates include classroom, lab & field hours.)

Prerequisite:  TRAC (Trauma Response and Care)

 

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.

 

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 

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LECS LAW ENFORCEMENT CHAPLAIN ACADEMY

Law Enforcement Chaplain Academy

June 26, 2017 - June 30,2017

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

(arrive - 6/26/17 at 7:30 a.m. for registration)

 

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.

 

Please download flyer below for more information.

 

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LECS School Support Team - April 28, 2017 - April 29, 2017

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.

 

Please download flyer below for more information.

 

Location:

LECS Training Academy

2500 Marconi Ave., Suite 210

Sacramento, CA 95821

       

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CISM - Watch for next Training Date

Critical Incident Stress Management

Group Crisis Intervention Workshop

...Watch for next Training

 

This insightful 16-hour Critical Incident Stress Management-Group Crisis Intervention Class will increase awareness of the key terms and concepts relevant to the practice of crisis intervention and disaster mental health intervention. This class will also provide an opportunity for the student to become familiar with and practice the small group crisis intervention.

Law Enforcement Chaplaincy-Sacramento

2500 Marconi Ave.

Suite 210

Sacramento, CA. 95821

 

(916) 978-0296 Main Office

 

www.sacchaplains.com admin@sacchaplains.com

training@sacchaplains.com

tax ID#94-2598748

 

24 HOUR CRISIS LINE

(916) 857-1801

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7-11 CLUB

BAYSIDE CHURCH

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EAST LAWN

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ED LYNN & STAN WILKINS

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SACRAMENTO COUNTY DEPUTY

    SHERIFFS' ASSOCIATION

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THRIVENT FINANCIAL

VIKING STEEL

 

WHAT"S NEW

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