San Josť POA - San Josť Police Officers' Association
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Serving San Josť Police Officers Since 1962!

SJPD motorcycles' maneuverability and inherent ability to monitor speed limits, in areas a squad car cannot, make them quite effective in enforcing traffic laws.

POA Chaplaincy Program

The San Jose Police Chaplaincy program was founded by a group of police officers in 1978. The objective was to provide a service for members and families of the San Jose Police Department. The program operates with the approval and support of the San Jose Police Department Administration and the San Jose Police Officers' Association.

Currently, there are two chaplains for the Department, Chaplain Jim Becknall and Chaplain Bryan Allen. They both are available to assist any member, family member, or retired member of the San Jose Police Department regardless of religious beliefs.

The chaplains take part in many departmental functions such as promotion and graduation ceremonies, they assist during times of crisis and medical emergencies, and they also counsel and support the San Jose Police community.

These chaplains are not on the city payroll, nor do they receive any government funding. This is where you can help! The Chaplaincy program is funded only by gifts, contributions, and fund raising events. What are needed are commitments to give regularly in order to support this program that has and will continue to assist personnel within the San Jose Police community. Your financial gift is fully tax deductible as well.

Information that you might need:

Location: 471 Santa Clara St.
San Jose, CA 95112
Open 24/7 for officers (enter through the rear).

Main Office: (408) 297-9500

How you cam reach Chaplain Jim Becknall (right):
Cell: (408) 234-9771

How you can reach Chaplain Bryan Allen (left):
Cell: (408) 828-9496