April 21 2018 
09:00 - 16:00
Burlington, ON
A one day seminar for Police Officers.  

This one day seminar will feature Guest Speakers who will merge Faith and Trauma.  Discover and discuss the important role of Faith after Trauma.  Learn how to care for yourself, your coworkers, your spouse.

Our line up of Guest Speakers will include Hillar Alkok, Chaplain with Badge of Life Canada and Colin Nanton, Chaplain with Woodstock Police Service and Todd McKinnon.  

This one day event will be hosted at Calvary Burlington.  2458 St Frances Dr, Burlington, ON Lunch is included, spouses are encouraged to attend as well.
Cost is just $15 - individual, or $25 - couple.  Complete the form below for registration.

Hillar Alkok has years of experience as a pastor and chaplain. For 14 years he led churches in Toronto before heading to Estonia with his wife and three children as missionaries in the former communist country. When he returned he became a chaplain, first in the workplace and then at Toronto Pearson Airport, Long Term Care and Toronto Police Service. He is also a chaplain with Badge of Life Canada where he is a resource for cops who struggle with stress-related injuries like PTSD. Hillar is easy-going and has a way of putting people at ease as he practices what he calls the "ministry of presence". He has training in CISM, ASIST, R2MR and Understanding Trauma & Operational Stress Injury.


Colin began his career as a Police Officer with the Halton Regional Police Service. His first seven years were spent working in the Uniform Division, Selective Traffic
Enforcement and as a member of the Tactical and Rescue Unit. He then joined Peel Regional Police where he held a position in the Criminal Investigations Bureau. He has been a volunteer chaplain with Woodstock Police since 2011. Colin has recently completed his Masters Degree in Theology at McMaster Divinity College.



Todd spent 32 years with Niagara Regional Police Service and retired as Detective Sergeant. He spent 15 years in the Forensic Services Unit. In retirement he taught Forensic Sciences part time for 10 years at Niagara College. Todd was ordained in 2012 and in 2015 became the associate Pastor of a new small church work in a rough neighbourhood of St Catherines. Todd is also involved with the Chaplain at the Niagara Detention Centre where they minister on a weekly basis to the inmates.



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CCP Ministry
7801 5th Line, Angus ON L0M 1B1

We are a volunteer based organization, we are not professional counselors.  We are sworn officers and their families.  We believe in God and the Bible in its entirety.  We don't believe we should be defined by the statistics of divorce and suicide that plague our career.