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  • Chaplain's Column: A Disturbance in the Force

    Your instincts are important tools, and need to be protected.

    Article • July 5th, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: The Don Imus Situation

    I would like to be so bold as to suggest that each of us look inside our minds and hearts as I believe, in some way, all of us must bear some culpability for the type of discourse, entertainment, and social interaction that takes place in our culture.

    Article • June 7th, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: REMEMBERING

    Not all cops are cut from the same bolt of cloth. They may share some common characteristics, but each is an individual character.

    Article • May 3rd, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: Alone by Yourself

    Mental isometrics would be exercises or activities that could strengthen our mental processes without having to do research or extensive reading.

    Article • April 5th, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: The Dark Epidemic of Law Enforcement Suicide

    The heart of a noble knight beats in the chest of every man or woman who becomes an officer. Unfortunately, too many of these brave men and women end up in a situation where they think they cannot go on.

    Article • March 1st, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: Organizational Toxicity

    One of the issues to which some faith-based organizations have been giving attention of late is labeled organizational "toxicity." As there are toxins in the natural environment, so also are there toxins in organizations that pollute the work environment...

    Article • February 1st, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: New Year's Resolution--Re-invent Myself

    A friend once said to me, "You can't do what you have always done, and expect a different result," adding, "Change just one thing. One simple thing."

    Article • January 4th, 2007

  • Chaplain's Column: Disasters, Derelicts and Dirtbags

    Since pastors are extremely holy people and well-trained in making formal prayers at special events, it makes perfect sense that they should not be a part of the regular activities on the street. I mean, for last rites, it might be an option to call...

    Article • December 7th, 2006

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