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Clergy members and sheriffs teaming up

Clergy members and sheriffs teaming up

Posted: Feb. 9, 2018 7:11 AM
Updated: Feb. 9, 2018 7:11 AM

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dodge county sheriff's deputies are now teaming up with clergy members. it's a new program to help people during emergency situatioins. nine clergy members who pass background checks and training will be "on?call" for deputies to help during a crisis. helping out with anything from a fire, to notifying a family that a loved one has died. father jim zotalis "zo?tal? iss" is part of this and says one of the most important things that makes this program successful, is trust. ad so im hoping building up the trust will go rapidly and we'll be able to work together as teams trust in each other so that we can help people. father zotalis has worked in a program like this before, and says having a clergy member in a time of crisis
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