The purpose of the Bryan Police Department's Chaplaincy Program is to provide a core group of professional, ordained men and women from a variety of faiths who volunteer their time and talents to the City of Bryan as chaplains.
Chaplains ride along with officers to get to know the officers and the intricacies of their work. Our chaplains are on call at all times of the day, all days of the week. The police chaplain's primary purpose is to assist those in crisis and to provide counsel to police department personnel, their families, and those in the community as a whole.
Police chaplains are also a resource for police officers when dealing with victims and relatives of victims of domestic disturbances and violent crimes. The chaplain will only go where they are invited or asked. The chaplaincy offers assistance to all people, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, national creed, or religion.
To learn about becoming a Bryan Police Chaplain, contact Lt. Buck Rogers or call (979) 209-5371.