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chaplain

Hospital care A member of the clergy who provides for the spiritual needs of Pts and families. See Prayer.
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It was a dilemma being faced by all of the police chaplains from every department involved.
I picked up this book because as a police chaplain I have pondered what ways I might be able to help our department if a serious calamity were to hit.
Viv Baldwin came to the chaplaincy via a myriad jobs; The Rev Viv Baldwin, who is the first full-time police chaplain in the country, relishes her role as a morale booster in West Midlands Police Pictures, JOHN REAVENALL
Dunnill, a past president of the conference, has served as Thunder Bay's police chaplain since 1988.
Another is that of Father Christian von Wernich, a police chaplain during the period, who was convicted of complicity in multiple murders, abduction and torture.
Officers sent for a police chaplain and an ambulance was called.
Police chaplain Keith Stewart said PC Hughes was born at the Royal Oldham Hospital in 1988, attended Saddleworth High School and went on to study at Huddersfield University before joining the police.
Today, Chase and the police department's police chaplain, who is trained in stress management, will attend Schmidt's school to help answer questions or talk to students about their sadness.
Peter McConnell, Northumbria Police Chaplain for a memorable service.
It's critical to provide this kind of service because we have thousands of police officers away from home for an extended period," said the retired Presbyterian minister, who has worked as a police chaplain for over 20 years.
More than 100 people attended the event, which was conducted by the Strathclyde Police chaplain, the Rev Neil Galbraith.