What is the Chaplain Program?
The Fullerton Police Department calls upon our faith-based community to provide support in the means of clergy who are dedicated to assisting the Police Department on a volunteer basis, providing emotional support and counseling to victims of crimes and their families, as well as Department personnel and their families.
Who are Fullerton PD’s Chaplains?
The Fullerton Police Department currently has two Chaplains who have answered the call to provide their services to the community and Department.
Pastor Jason Phillips
Jason serves as the Department’s Protestant Chaplain, and can be reached by calling the Fullerton Police Department Community Services Bureau at (714) 738-6838, or by email at email@example.com.
Rabbi Kenneth Milhander
Kenneth serves at the Department’s Jewish Chaplain, and can be reached by calling the Fullerton Police Department Community Servicves Bureau at (714) 738-6838, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Do I Become a Chaplain?
The Fullerton Police Department is actively looking to expand our Police Chaplain program to reach those of other faiths. If you are interested, or if you know someone who might be interested, please contact the Fullerton Police Department to find out more. Each applicant will be required to complete an application and undergo a background check.
Inquiries may be directed to the Fullerton Police Department Community Services Bureau at (714) 738-3868.