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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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The force is always on the lookout for more Police Chaplains. Chaplains can be of any faith or religion, and of any age.
As a police chaplain, it is not my job to seek out and identify murder victims, but, as this family's pastor, I felt an obligation to try to find their daughter.
How could a police chaplain, school counselor, or hospital mental health staff member effectively help their people cope with a recent traumatic event?
It is a spirit that will stand her in good stead as, since October, she has been the first female full time police chaplain in the country, a post that is funded by the Church of England but for which she wears police gear.
A FORMER Warwickshire minister has become the first full-time female police chaplain.
A Sussex police coroner's officer was at the scene last night along with a police chaplain.
He is officially a priest in good standing, since he is still pastor of a parish in the diocese of Joliette, Saint-Joachim-de-la-Plaine, and police chaplain in Laval (an important city north of Montreal and located in the Archdiocese of Montreal) ...
"I opened the door, and there stood a police officer and a police chaplain," she explained.
Michael Dunnill, a police chaplain and honorary assistant at St.
Police chaplain Keith Osmund-Smith was suspended after he passed over files on ongoing abuse.
Ebra Moxsir of the Philippine National Police Chaplain Service - are among the leaders of other religious groups invited to meet with Pope Francis at the University of Santo Tomas today.
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.