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Winterville Police Department - Winterville, Georgia
www.wintervillegapd.com, 25 May 2010 [cached]
Chaplain (Col) Ray Fairman 30 leochaplain@gmail.com
Chaplain (Col) Ray Fairman ...
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Chaplain (Col) Ray Fairman has been very active during the Veteran's Day weekend.He was asked to participate in three Veteran's Day ceremonies, including the Winterville ceremony held on the 10th of November in Pittard Park and asked to give the Veteran's Day message at Living Word Baptist Church in Bogart, GA.
Additionally he celebrated his own birthday on the 9th and the 232nd birthday of his beloved United States Marine Corps on the 10th of November.
To see a transcript of both his Sunday sermon and his County Veterans Banquet speech click on "Read More" to the right and then on the appropriate link.
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The Winterville Police Department's Chaplain, Ray Fairman, just returned from Orlando, FL where he attended and participated in the 16th annual National Association of School Resource Officers Training Conference.He received 36 hours of training on terrorism directed at our schools, internet investigations, school security, school and education law updates, involving fathers in education and solving alcohol and drug problems with teen participation.
To find out what else he did click on Read More to the right.
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Chaplain Ray Fairman recently attended and participated in the Western Regional
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Chaplain Ray Fairman, The Winterville Police Department's Chaplain, recently spent time speaking to the Athens area chapter of the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International.Chaplain Fairman gave his own testimony and spoke on the reasons he became a police chaplain after completing more than 33 years of sworn police service on more than 8 federal, county and municipal law enforcement agencies.He also spoke on the duties of police chaplains, a topic which is discussed with more detail below.
If you need to contact Chaplain Fairman for any reason, contact Chief Vizzini at the Winterville Police Department or The Winterville City Office and leave a your request.
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Our Winterville Chaplain, Ray Fairman, also has some strong ties to the US Marine Corps.He is a retired Chief Warrant Officer-4 and has been working throughout the Christmas season with the Marine Corps Reserve Toys For Tots campaign for decades.This year, between Thanksgiving and Dec 22 when the campaign officially ended, Chaplain Fairman drove over 1550 miles in his Dodge Ram pick-up and collected over 2438 toys for the children of Northeast GA who otherwise might not have had such a great Christmas.
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Chaplain Ray Fairman has been keeping very busy of late and does not plan to be slowing down any time soon. Since returning from Northern Illinois University where he assisted with the recovery process following the tragedy that occurred there, he has been tasked with speaking at two local churches and the Georgia Club. He has also completed his LIDAR Certification Course and the required field training along with several other WPD officers.
Ray was asked to travel to Kentucky this summer and speak on leadership and its role in living a productive and beneficial life to the attendees of a law enforcement officers conference in Ft Mitchel and then to teach on ethics and character education curriculum development at an educators and child advocates conference in Lexington.
To read more about our Chaplain's activities click on Read More
Most recently Chaplain Fairman attended the National Association of School Resource Officers Conference in Phoenix AZ where he conducted the Sunday Communion Service and assisted Chaplain Archie Hodge with the Wednesday worship services and provided professional law enforcement advice, spiritual counseling and leadership and ethics information to more than 1200 officers.
Chaplain Fairman is a staff team member of the Christian Law Enforcement Summits, a group of law enforcement officers and police chaplains concerned with and dedicated to the support and encouragement of peace officers and their families all across the country.
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Ray returned from the NM conference in May and is working hard on the October conference this summer. For more information go to Law Enforcement Retreats or contact Ray through our department.
Ray will also be heading for a Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (POST) Advanced Chaplains Course put on by the Georgia Association of Law Enforcement Chaplains (GALEC) in late August where he will be studying additional course material from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF). Ray is our agencies representative on the committee planning the Winterville Veterans Day Ceremonies and coordinates the city's participation in the Marine Corps Reserve Toys For Tots Campaign each Christmas. Ray tries to be available for whatever our agency needs him to do and some how he also finds time for many others outside the law enforcement community as well. He recently donated nearly 30 audio books to the Winterville Library and he also spends about 20 hours a month assisting the Clarke County Sheriff's Office.
Ray does all he does as a volunteer because of the 39 years career he has had in law enforcement and the sense of obligation and commitment he gained from his 42+ years of service in the US Marines.
Recently our police department chaplain, ...
www.wintervillegapd.com, 10 Jan 2009 [cached]
Recently our police department chaplain, Chaplain Ray Fairman was honored by a national foundation for his humanitarian efforts.
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On the 18th of December, the Winterville Police Departments Chaplain, Col. Ray Fairman was inducted into the Legion Of Honor of The Chapel of the Four Chaplains.
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Ray R Fairman is nominated for membership in the Legion of Honor of the Chapel of the Four Chaplains for his unselfish service to his country, his community and his fellow man. Ray is a retired U.S. Marine Corps Chief Warrant Officer 4 with over 42 years of active and reserve service. He also has more than 33 years of sworn civilian law enforcement service and has, since he retired from those careers 5 years ago, been ordained to the ministry by Calvary Chapel and subsequently certified as a Christian Chaplain by the Georgia Police Officer Standards and Training Commission and serves as an unpaid reserve officer on two law enforcement agencies in his community, as well as the chaplain to the Winterville GA Police Department.
Ray is on the volunteer staff of The Christian Law Enforcement Summit and participates in 2 six day law enforcement marriage retreats each year. He donates all donations for his speaking and teaching to the scholarship fund for those retreats. Ray has been called upon to provide Teaching, Spiritual Counseling and Guest Sermons at various churches in his home state and the southeastern United States.
He is also a Volunteer for the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team and responds to disasters as dispatched such as Hurricane Katrina, where he volunteered for 30 days to work with the New Orleans Police Department by day and the responding military chaplains at Belle Chase Joint Reserve Base at night and on weekends. Ray coordinated 3 relief convoys during Katrina as well as escorting 2 additional relief efforts that he personally led. He also responded to the tragic campus shooting at Northern Illinois University and spent a week working with veterans, active military, students, public safety employees and others affected by the crisis. While there he accepted 2 requests to speak on his volunteer efforts and acted as a liaison with local military, ROTC and public safety personnel.
Ray serves as the Adjutant for the Athens GA Detachment of the Marine Corps League and has tirelessly coordinated the Toys for Tots program in NE GA for the Joseph Schmittou Detachment of the Marine Corps League for the past several years, averaging 2500 miles on his personal vehicle while personally bringing in over 9000 toys this year. He has participated in the USMCR Toys for Tots program every year since 1972. He has donated copious amounts of time to the fundraising efforts of the Marine Corps League and has continuously participated in our local "Operation-Support-A- Hero" Packages for Troops efforts
While the U.S. Navy Chaplain stationed at NSCS Athens was forward deployed to Operation OIF, Ray volunteered to provide what ever chaplaincy services he could to the Marines and Sailors stationed there and was been tasked with speaking engagements and graduation duties by the NSCS Marine Detachment.
Ray has authored two books, teaches classes at various locations around the country and speaks at conferences on leadership, ethics and character refusing compensation for these undertakings. He provides and maintains 3 non-profit websites at no cost to the agencies and acts as webmaster for them all.
Ray seeks every opportunity to give back to the military and law enforcement communities because of what he learned by experience of their individual and group spiritual needs during his tenure in both professions.
Ray's wife Joan is a retired RN and a Hospice Volunteer who was a USAR 1LT in the Nurse Corps and they have a son who is a USAR MAJ MI deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom and a daughter who is a USAR CPT also in the Nurse Corps who recently returned from serving four years in Germany and a son-in-law who was a USA MAJ who served in both Kosovo and OIF as a Battalion Surgeon with the 1st Armored division in Baghdad. Patriotism and service to this nation seems to be a family characteristic in the Fairman household.
There is no need to document all the many other ways in which Ray continues to find ways to serve others, suffice it to say he feels the best example of leadership is serving his fellow man, therefore it is with great pleasure that Ray's nomination is forwarded.
The Winterville Police ...
www.wintervillegapd.com, 3 Aug 2007 [cached]
The Winterville Police Department's Chaplain, Ray Fairman, just returned from Orlando, FL where he attended and participated in the 16th annual National Association of School Resource Officers Training Conference.He received 36 hours of training on terrorism directed at our schools, internet investigations, school security, school and education law updates, involving fathers in education and solving alcohol and drug problems with teen participation.
To find out what else he did click on Read More to the right.
While receiving training Chaplain Fairman also conducted a Sunday Morning Worship and Communion Service and and Co-Moderated a Tuesday night Praise, Worship, Testimony and Prayer service along with the NASRO National Chaplain, Commander Archie Hodge of the Jackson MS Police Department.
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Chaplains Hodge and Fairman have been conducting services at these NASRO Conferences since 2004.
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Chaplain Fairman also provided one on one counseling and other chaplains services during his week in FL.
Ray has more than 38 years in law enforcement with 35 years as a sworn police officer or deputy sheriff.He spent nearly 15 years in the school resource officer field as an SRO and SRO Supervisor and has been a POST Certified and ordained law enforcement Chaplain for 3.5 years.He has been with the WPD since October 2003 He is certified as a National Practitioner in the field and still offers his services to schools in GA where he is also the volunteer state coordinator for NASRO.He has written Critical Incident Response Plans for several schools and published educational curricula and numerous law enforcement and Christian articles and pamphlets and recently a biblical commentary.
Ray will be attending training in the near future at Toccoa Bible College and the Billy Graham Training Center to become certified in Critical Incident Stress Management as he is a member of the BGEA Rapid Response Team which sends chaplains to critical incidents like "Ground Zero", Hurricane Katrina, Enterprise Alabama and the recent bridge collapse in Minneapolis MN.He has also been requested to speak at the IL Sheriff's Summer Training Conference this month where he will be speaking to about 70 sheriff's and their families on the ethical and moral responsibilities of leaders.
Chaplain Fairman is available to speak to Civic, Youth and Church groups on a variety of topics.He can be contacted through the department or directly by email at gunnerfairman@bellsouth.net
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