The Vallejo Police Department (VPD) Chaplaincy Program is a dynamic cohort of licensed/ordained clergy members that offer counseling, consultation and others forms of human crisis intervention and support during citywide critical incidents.

Chaplains are on-call and may respond to events including suicides or threatened suicides, death notifications, family disturbances, or any other incidences where their presence is appropriate or requested. Chaplains are also available to offer spiritual guidance and support to officers when requested, and may participate in Department ceremonies and special assignments. 

If you are interested in our VPD Police Chaplaincy Program, or would like more information, please contact Sgt. Gregg Rouse at [email protected].