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We have chaplains in place supporting officers and civilian staff, in the headquarters and each Division of Derbyshire Constabulary, as well as out in the field.

Our chaplaincy team consists of a co-ordinating 'Lead' chaplain and a network of voluntary chaplains attached to local stations and departments across the force area.

Although chaplains are drawn from all faith communities, they are very aware that members of staff may be of a different faith or none. The chaplains' prime concern is the care of the individual and matters of faith will be treated with sensitivity involving other faith ministers where appropriate.

For further information please contact our Principal Chaplain.

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Lead Chaplain: Mrs Ami LindoLead Chaplain:
Mrs Ami Lindo

Ami is our Police and Fire Lead Chaplain and has spent 3 years serving Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service as a Fire Chaplain before becoming the Lead of both services in July 2017.

As Lead Chaplain, Ami is responsible for covering the welfare and spiritual needs across both services, co-ordinating Police and Fire Chaplains on behalf of Workplace Chaplaincy Derbyshire.

Ami can be reached 24 hours a day 7 days a week using the details here and can be found in the Equality’s and Inclusions department at Ripley Police and Fire Headquarters every Tuesday and Thursday.

Ami moved to Derbyshire in 2013 with her husband David after living and working in the Peoples Republic of China. During her time In China Ami worked as an English teacher and gave her time working for a Beijing based Christian organisation which provides long term foster care for abandoned children with visual impairments and other physical and learning disabilities.

On her return to the UK in September 2012, Ami married her long standing friend of 18 years and followed him to a Methodist Seminary in the Derbyshire Dales where they spent 4 years building upon their Ministerial training which they received through the Millennium Pentecostal organisation (once a part of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World).

During this season they welcomed their son Ezekiel into the world and are currently expecting their second child who will make her arrival In Oct 2017.

Alongside providing support for both services Ami Continues to support her husband's Nottingham based Ministry, The Reservoir of Hope.

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