Lexington Police To Start Chaplain Service

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Updated: 9/04/2012 6:45 pm
Lexington Police have announced an initiative to start a Chaplain service at crime scenes.

They will be there to help console victims and their families after crimes and accidents. Police say it is a way to help people in their most trying moments. A police spokesman says the Chaplains will be from all faiths.

Police say they will work with other faith-based groups to see other ways they can work together in the community.
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