Chief Bill Kilpatrick Golden Police
“Since inception, the chaplaincy program has simply been amazing. The rapport Kevin, Dan, Bethany and John have developed with our members and the community is awe inspiring. The chaplain’s commitment to our team when they are in a time of need or just need someone to talk to is ever present. They have become a part of the organization that is relied upon and respected. We’re exceptionally happy that they are here.”
Chief Doug Stephens Littleton Police
“The Littleton Police established an active Chaplain program in 2013 to support officers, dispatch, department personnel and their families. Our Chaplains are members of Rocky Mountain Police Chaplains, which provide officer and necessary training, to ensure our department is healthy, engaged in the community, and helping our families thrive.”
Sergeant Ryan Custer Golden Police
In law enforcement we are terrible at trusting others and taking care of our own emotional well being. Our chaplains take care of both. They have earned our trust and know how to get us to take care of ourselves. It’s nice to know there’s someone who really does have my back when it comes to my personal well being and that of my family and my brothers and sisters on the job.
The Chaplaincy program has become such an integral part of our agency. They are our own personal advocates for our emotional well being. They not only take care of us, they make sure we are taking care of ourselves.
It’s nice to know there is someone I can speak to about the problems and traumas associated with law enforcement. Someone I can trust who truly knows what law enforcement is about
Sheriff Joe Pelle
“I’m writing to express my support of the Rocky Mountain Police Chaplain organization. . .”