The Central Oregon Police Chaplaincy is a Biblically-based, non-profit ministry that exists to serve and support all law enforcement and emergency services personnel and their families within Central Oregon.

It is our goal to provide Christ centered service and ministry to members of all faiths while fulfilling our purpose and to provide a ministry of presence, relationship, support and counsel to the Central Oregon Law Enforcement and Emergency Services Personnel and their families; influencing them with God’s grace and love.

It is our mission to care for the troubled and those who have endured loss, been victimized by events and tragedy that have left them abandoned, helpless and without hope, while in contact with the community. We provide professional training for our chaplains and consistent care and counseling for those we serve.

Welcome to COPC

I'd like to welcome you to the COPC website.  We're very privileged to have a number of highly qualified and effective chaplains who serve the First Responders in Central Oregon.
 
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions about COPC or chaplaincy.
 
Chaplain Jim Crowley - COPC Executive Chaplain

The 2014
COPC Golf Tournament
Friday, August 15th

 

Shotgun start at 8:00 a.m.
Lunch served at 1:00 p.m.
Entry: $125.00 per person
$500.00 per foursome
Includes 18 holes of golf, carts and lunch.

Reserve your spot today – complete and send in the registration form.
Call Andrea at 541.390.4970 for questions.

Contact Us

Central Oregon Police Chaplaincy

325 NE Kearney Ave., Bend, OR 97701
PO Box 1898, Redmond, OR 97756
jbcrowley@bendbroadband.com

COPC Web Master

webmaster@copchaplain.com

Welcome Chaplain Ely

The COPC Board, Executive Director Jim Crowley along with Assistant Staff Chaplain Mike Dismore wish to announce the recent Part Time Chaplain position extended to Chaplain Brian Ely. What a joy it is to see the work that Brian has been accomplishing and we are very pleased to have him serving in a Staff role with Mike and I. Please welcome him to our team and congratulate him when you have the chance.

Notes from Chaplain Jim

Keeping the Standard
There are way too many Disciplines to list all of the Standards that need to be kept. One thing for sure disciplines require a standard. Some are Law Enforcement some are Fire – First Responders in genre and category – they mandate a standard. There are minimums that are required to provide acceptable behavior and activity. On July 9th I will be traveling to South Carolina to meet with Chaplains from around the world for our Annual International Conference of Police Chaplains. I am pleased that many of our COPC Chaplains meet and exceed the standard for accomplishing chaplaincy training. My task will be to ensure that the standards are maintained and I will be assisting in the teaching and training along with way too many meetings to go to. The focus will be to make our standards measurable and to ensure that they meet the basic needs to fulfill chaplaincy work with First Responders. Our First Responders spend a majority of their career training and raising the standard. It is the Mission of COPC that we will continue to Serve and Support the First Responders of Central Oregon with a Standard of Professionalism that is represented by all of the agencies and departments that we serve. Thank you for the Standard that you set before us First Responders of Central Oregon – You Are Awesome – p.j.

Events

COPC Golf Tournament

Aug 15, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

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