The Chaplains help officers and victims of crime in emotionally stressful situations. They take the time needed and utilize their training and experience to help comfort victims of crimes.
Candidates for the Chaplain Program shall meet the following requirements:
Must be above reproach, temperate, prudent, respectable, hospitable, able to teach, not be addicted to alcohol or other drugs, not contentious, and free from excessive debt. Must manage their household, family, and personal affairs well. Must have a good reputation with those outside the church.
Must be ecclesiastically certified and/or endorsed, ordained, licensed, or commissioned by a recognized religious body.
Must successfully complete an appropriate level background investigation.
Be active in the pastorate within their denomination within the greater Fontana area.