If you are interested in becoming a police chaplain you should contact your local force chaplaincy here and pursue this through your own faith community.
 
You can also view the 'situations vacant' page here
 
You will need to have had a number of years experience in a pastoral care situation and be willing to minister to all those in the police service regardless of their beliefs or lack of them.
 
  • Chaplains are drawn from all faiths . 
  • Most Chaplains are volunteers giving between a minimum of two hours a week but there are some full time Lead Chaplains. 
  • Their expenses are usually covered by the police.

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How do I become a chaplain?

How do I become a chaplain?

If you are interested in becoming a police chaplain you should contact your local force chaplaincy here and pursue this through your own faith communi...

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Why do we need chaplains?

Why do we need chaplains?

Right from the early days of the police service, it was realised that much of police work, by its very nature, is stressful and can be de-humanising. ...

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How do chaplains operate?

How do chaplains operate?

They drop in, on a regular basis, around shift change time or other times when staff are available. In this way, they become a familiar friend....

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What do chaplains do?

What do chaplains do?

They make themselves available to people who need someone to talk to someone in confidence. By their on-going presence, they become aware of the st...

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Who are the chaplains?

Who are the chaplains?

Although chaplains are drawn from all faith communities, they are very aware that members of staff may be of a different faith or none. The chaplain’s...

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We have no full-time staff or office, but you may get in touch with us through any of the individuals named in "Contact Us".

 

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