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Chaplaincy in law enforcement : what is it and how to do it

Author: David W De Revere
Publisher: Springfield, Ill. : Charles C. Thomas Publisher, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Thoroughly revised and rewritten, this new second edition serves as a comprehensive first step for law enforcement departments seeking a police chaplain as well as a useful resource for the experienced police chaplain. This text is a manual of procedures, concepts, guidelines, and forms that are presented in plain, clear language, yet with substantial depth of knowledge. Major topics include how to get started as a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David W De Revere
ISBN: 0398075956 9780398075958 0398075964 9780398075965
OCLC Number: 58919829
Description: x, 138 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: Introduction. Introduction --
How to get started as a chaplain --
How to relate to department people --
Theological foundations for law enforcement chaplaincy --
Confidentiality --
Crisis intervention : theory and practice --
The chaplain's role. Addicted officers --
Counseling --
Death notifications --
Disasters --
Domestic disturbances --
Ethics --
Family members of departmental personnel --
Hostage negotiation --
Officer death and funerals --
Post-shoot --
Victim assistance --
Other roles of the chaplain --
Other considerations --
Community-oriented policing --
Appendix. Resources for services --
Chaplain's code of ethics --
Model for starting a chaplaincy program --
Requirements to be a chaplain --
Chaplain's oath --
Where and how to get chaplain training --
Resources.
Responsibility: by David W. De Revere [and others].

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Thoroughly revised and rewritten, this new second edition serves as a comprehensive first step for law enforcement departments seeking a police chaplain as well as a useful resource for the experienced police chaplain. This text is a manual of procedures, concepts, guidelines, and forms that are presented in plain, clear language, yet with substantial depth of knowledge. Major topics include how to get started as a Chaplain; how to relate to law enforcement department people; theological foundations; confidentiality; crisis intervention and counseling; death notifications; disasters; domestic disputes; officer deaths and funerals; addicted officers; hostage negotiations; and victim assistance. In addition, the Appendices offer resources for services; the Chaplain's Code of Ethics; a model for starting a chaplaincy program; requirements to be a chaplain; the Chaplain's Oath; plus where and how to receive chaplain training. All of the above features serve to fulfill the central purpose of the book: to enable law enforcement administrators to establish a program for chaplaincy, and, for experienced chaplains, to find new ideas to add to what they are doing. This book will also help parish clergy and leaders understand the role of law enforcement chaplaincy within a community. - Publisher.

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