Chaplain Corps

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The Law Enforcement Chaplain Corps is a crisis intervention service available to department personnel and to the community.  Law Enforcement Chaplains are volunteers who are familiar with police procedures.  They provide compassionate, caring assistance and resources that help bring healing and restoration to the Newton area community during times of crisis and tragedy.  The Newton Police Department Chaplains are members of the International Conference of Police Chaplains (ICPC) and receive regular training to effectively and compassionately perform their duties.  Chaplains are also available to provide emotional support for department staff and are active members of the Critical Incident Stress Management Team (CISM Team) for Harvey County.

Current Chaplains

Reynolds       Jason Reynolds has been serving the department since 2007. He is a member of ICPC and the CISM Team. Jason completed his Basic Training Certification through ICPC in 2009 and completed the Crisis Intervention Team training at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center in 2010. Jason serves at the National Police Chaplain Coordinator for the International Church of Foursquare Gospel.


Timothy Conner is the director of the Missional Church Network and has been volunteering with the Newton Police Department since 2007. Timothy is a member of ICPC and the CISM Team.

  Brad Penner is the newest member of the Newton Police Department Chaplain Corps. Brad is a member of ICPC and previously served seven years with the Kingman County Sheriff's Office.


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