The Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Sacramento and Law Enforcement Community Services (LECS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization which began in 1977. LECS is dependent upon the support of the community (i.e., individuals, businesses, churches and others) to maintain 24/7/365 operations. We provide crisis and trauma response to law enforcement, first responders, their families, and the community and all of our services are FREE.
All of our Chaplains are volunteers and the cost to train one Chaplain is more than $4,000 in the area of Trauma Response and Care. Law Enforcement Chaplains are ordained, licensed or commissioned clergy, available to serve sworn and non-sworn department personnel and their families. Our services are faith-based but not religious.
Community Chaplains are called out by officers to attend to family members, neighbors, by-standers, classmates, co-workers and the community at large following a traumatic event or the death of a loved one and provide on-scene crisis intervention emergency services.
Visit our website for a complete list of all of the services we offer at www.sacchaplains.com