LCC K-9 Police Ministry
The LCC K-9 Police Ministry handlers are law enforcement officers (current and former) who understand the unique challenges facing the law enforcement community. They bring Mercy, Compassion, Presence, and Proclamation of Jesus Christ to those who protect and serve, as well as their families.
Crisis Response – Serving law enforcement and family members in their time of need, by providing comfort following injuries, deaths, or major incidents.
Ongoing Support – K-9 visits (headquarters, substations, dispatch centers), assistance with department missions (Christmas shopping with children, summer camps, public events), comforting crime victims (prior to interviews, counseling, or courtroom testimony), and general support for department members and their families.
Our brothers and sisters in law enforcement can take comfort in the knowledge that the LCC K-9 Police Ministry handlers can relate to them as peers. The LCC K-9 Police Ministry only serves upon request. Services are provided without cost to those served.
For more information on the LCC K-9 Police Ministry, please contact Patrick Quinn, LCC K-9 Police Ministry Coordinator, at 866-455-6466 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patrick Quinn joined LCC as LCC K-9 Police Ministry Coordinator in March 2017. Patrick has served as a law enforcement officer in Illinois for over 29 years and retired as detective sergeant from the Carol Stream Police Department. During his career, he served as a watch commander in the patrol division, the supervisor of the K-9 unit, and the sergeant in charge of the Community Policing unit before his final assignment as the commanding officer of the Investigations unit. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and a former investigator for the DuPage County Major Crimes Task Force. The primary focus of the LCC K-9 Police Ministry is serving first responders and their families, with an emphasis on the law enforcement community. Patrick will be working with all of LCC K-9 Ministry Affiliates to raise awareness and engage ministries in this outreach.
Detective Jason Weiland Visitation (March 28, 2017)