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Area D Meeting at the Pomona Council Chambers TBA!

Due to unforeseen circumstances the Area D meeting had to be cancelled.  It will be rescheduled in the next coming months.

There will be an Area D Meeting in Pomona for Chaplains, Law Enforcement & First Responders  TBA at the Council Chambers, 505 South Garey. Refreshments will be serve. We have seating enough for 75 people. Please RSVP!

Our speaker will be Chaplain Mike Macintosh who has a deep commitment to the law-enforcement and first-responder communities, Mike serves as a Chaplain for the San Diego Police Department, the Newport Beach Police Department, and the American Red Cross. As a certified trainer through the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Mike has facilitated many critical incident stress management debriefings, and has provided training to first responders across the US and in Mexico. Mike also serves as a committee member for the California Commission on Peace Officer’s Standards and Training (POST).

He will speaking primarily on post-9/11 rescue efforts in New York City and the Sandy Hook shooting. He was dispatched to both incidents.

Mike holds Master of Arts, Master of Religion, Master of Divinity, and Doctor of Divinity degrees from Azusa Pacific Graduate School of Theology, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University, and the author of several books, including When Your World Falls Apart, drawn from his experiences as a Chaplain responding to the New York World Trade Center disaster.

Posted on May 15, 2015 and filed under Blog Updates, Prayer Requests, Resources.

Funeral Arrangements set for Pomona Police Officer Shaun Diamond


Pomona Police OfficerShaun Richard Diamond

1969 - 2014

Law Enforcement Biography:

Los Angeles Police Department 1995 - 2002

Montebello Police Department  2002 - 2003

Pomona Police Department  2006 - 2014

Pomona Police Department History

Officer Shaun Richard Diamond had been a police officer for 16 years and began serving the Pomona community in 2006. Shaun had a passion for working SWAT and served as a member of the Pomona SWAT Team for the past 6 years.  He served as a Field Training Officer and was assigned to the Pomona Downtown District where he worked as a law enforcement Liaison with the local businesses and the community.  Shaun contributed greatly to numerous community events such as the Special Olympics and Tip-A-Cop, including K-9 and SWAT demonstrations for numerous local school children.  Shaun really enjoyed working with children and loved  to tell them about his job while showing them all of the SWAT equipment that the team used.

Shaun Richard Diamond was a model Law Enforcement professional and was truly a wonderful human being with an incredible sense of humor and a beautiful contagious smile.  Shaun will be forever missed by his Pomona PD Family.

The funeral arrangements for Pomona Police Officer Shaun Diamond are as follows:


Thursday, November 6th at 10:00 AM

Funeral Service Location

Citizens Business Bank Arena

4000 Ontario Center Pkwy., Ontario, CA

Graveside Service (Immediately Following Funeral)

Forest Lawn - Covina Hills

213 Via Verde Dr., Covina, CA

Posted on November 3, 2014 and filed under Blog Updates, Prayer Requests, Resources.

To all our Praying Friends & Family

As most of you have heard by now, we lost a CHP officer this morning on the 15 Fwy out in Barstow/Victorville Area.  That is our 3rd officer to be killed in the line of duty in 3 weeks.  Needless to say, this has got to stop.
Sunday evening confirmation came that another CHP Officer had been hit and has now died of his injuries.  I don't have any information about the officer except he is out of the Templeton CHP Office just south of San Luis Obispo.  It is almost a 4 hour drive from here and Alex has just left our home for the office to pick up a unit, 9:30 pm.  We have another Peer Member responding from WLA and they will meet up in Templeton.
Please, please agree with me/us in prayer for traveling mercies for them and anyone else responding, for the families of the officers that were killed today and this month.  We want this to stop and stop now!  Our troops are being stretched so thin.  We also pray for the areas that have had the loss that the team will be received openly and they will be allowed to minister to those in need.
Thank you everyone for your continued prayers and support to us and our CHP Family!
Please click on the link below to learn more.

Posted on June 28, 2010 and filed under Prayer Requests.