The International Conference of Police Chaplains was founded in 1973 to serve all law enforcement chaplains.
Has more than 2,200 members in 20 nations worldwide
Is ecumenical, interfaith, and interdenominational
Supports both paid and volunteer chaplains
Helps agencies develop chaplaincy programs
Is a non-profit organization
The International Conference of Police Chaplains (ICPC) serves and provides training to law enforcement chaplains (volunteer or paid), officers, and agency administrators.
Departments, regardless of size, receive the benefits and information needed to develop and/or enhance their chaplaincy program.
Training provides continuing education credits (CEU), as well as equipping attendees to bette serve law enforcement officers, families, and communities.
All members receive endorsement to the ICPC from their respective ecclesiastical bodies, and the law enforcement agencies they serve. Several denominations have enrolled liaison representatives as members. A number of local churches are "Church Partners", gibing financial and prayer support to this specialized workplace ministry. Gifts are also received from ICPC members and benefactors.
International Conference of Police Chaplains 2019-2021 Executive Officers