Conference 2021 - Important Announcement

Conference 2021 - Important Announcement

Conference 2021
Important Update 

 

Dear <<First Name>> we are writing to let you know that our summer training conference - 2020 Vision (postponed from last year) has been cancelled.

In the light of the current wave of the pandemic we have taken the decision to move to an online offering on the morning of the 22nd June 2021, although we are sad to not be able to meet in person once again we feel this is the safest decision to make.

 

2022 Dates 

We hope to be back together physically at the Hayes 20th June - 22nd June 2022 for our summer conference. 

 

22nd June 2021

Join us from the comfort of your own home for a morning online conference featuring:
  • Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney - NPCC Lead for Chaplaincy
  • John Apter - National Federation Chair
Plus updates from Police Chaplaincy UK on new induction courses and other exciting developments. 
Lead Chaplains
Please keep 11th & 12th Oct 2021 free in your diaries and we will be in touch soon to update you with our plans.
 
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Hampshire Police Chaplains Volunteer Team of the Year

Hampshire Police Chaplains Volunteer Team of the Year

 

Pictured above:
(Some of!) The Hampshire Constabulary Volunteer Team of the Year with Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney and Lead Chaplain Rev’d Dom Jones.
The team were presented their award in a socially distanced award ceremony in August 2020

The Force volunteer chaplaincy team launched in June 2018 with the deployment of the first volunteer chaplain. Chaplaincy sits within the Wellbeing offer for our officers, staff, volunteers and their families. Multi-faith volunteer chaplains, are representatives of all religions and none, they are people who possess a passion for their local community including their local police force.

The fundamental role of a chaplain is to provide safe, independent, confidential support and understanding to all, regardless of whether any defined religious belief is followed. The volunteer chaplaincy team are deployed Force wide based in different police stations to offer a confidential listening ear to those of all faiths or none.

The chaplains spend a lot of time walking around the stations building relationships with the officers and staff and also accompany them on operational patrol to get an insight into the policing world, chaplains also support Force wide events such as interfaith week, baby-loss week and inclusion week. They and have also “staffed” the wellbeing van during its visit to Basingstoke PIC after the death of PC Andrew Harper.

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