International Conference of Police Chaplains
"Serving all law enforcement chaplains since 1973"

Most chaplains work as unpaid volunteers, on

their own time.

Pastor Ray Is A Certified Police Chaplain With:

The International Conference of Police Chaplains which seeks to maintain professionalism in law enforcement chaplaincy authorized to operate in

twenty countries around the world. 

What Law Enforcement Chaplains Do...      

  • Assist at suicide incidents
  • Assist the department in making death notifications
  • Assist with transients and the homeless
  • Counsel law enforcement officers and their families
  • Counsel members of the local law enforcement community, sworn and non-sworn
  • Counsel officers in areas such as Stress Management, Post Shooting, Burn-Out 
  • Counsel other members of a department
  • Counsel the families of law enforcement officers and other department personnel
  • Furnish  responses to religious questions
  • Make death notifications
  • Offer prayer at special occasions such as recruit graduations, awards ceremonies, dedication of buildings, retirement ceremonies.
  • Provide assistance to victims
  • Provide for the spiritual needs of prisoners as requested
  • Provide guidance should a Line of Duty Death occur within the department or community.
  • Serve as liaison with other clergy in the community
  • Serve as part of a department's Crisis Response Team
  • Serve on review boards, award boards, and other committees
  • Offer workshops in areas such as Stress Management, Ethics, Family Life, and Pre-retirement classes and courses
  • Visit sick or injured officers and departmental personnel in homes and hospitals.

 Pastor Cathy maintains a letter writing

"PRISON MINISTRY" each month.   Remember to say a prayer for the Rays. They are servants who love the Lord.

Cathy Ray Ministries