The Round Rock Police Department has established a Chaplain Program for ministers who have faithfully committed to serve our community. Chaplains are available to members of our department as well as individuals or families in our community. The Chaplain’s primary functions consist of encouragement, counseling, spiritual support, and assistance in notifications of traumatic incidents. Chaplains are community volunteers who typically devote a minimum of sixteen hours each month in a variety of law enforcement activities. They participate in ride-alongs, briefings, promotional ceremonies and other various departmental events.
In addition to the above activities a chaplain is available on a 24 hour basis to assist officers with traumatic incidents including homicides, suicides, major traffic accidents, accidental deaths and officer involved shootings.
Shirts distinctly marked with “Round Rock Police Department Chaplain” are provided to each of the Chaplains and are worn when they are in their volunteer capacity.
We deeply appreciate these volunteers and their commitment to our community.
For more information on the Chaplain Program you may contact Don Dye at (512) 801-0354.