Encourage police officers in their working environment.
Support and promote ethical values, including through socio-ethical and professional engagement abroad.
offer collaboration where desired (with authorities, police chaplaincy, professional associations and others with similar objectives).
to make us aware of the responsibility of our ministerial and private acts before God and man.
raising the profile of Christians in the police.
offer them a platform for meeting and exchange
maintain contacts with regional groups and international associations of the CPA.
The dignity of the human being is inviolable. Within the framework of the legal order of the state and the law of the police, we commit ourselves with our lives to the safety of people and serve them.
Jesus Christ, with his life, work and values, is our model. We believe in him. We also want to live this Christian faith in our work.
Is personal faith really, as some people claim, a private matter that is not discussed at work? It is precisely the daily life of the police that challenges our faith. It is good that the Christian message is a topic of discussion, because Christian values lived out generate peace.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for God will call them his children. (Matth. 5,9)
“I am the light for the world. Whoever follows me will no longer wander in darkness, but will follow the light that leads to life”. (Jn. 8:12)
We believe that Jesus Christ leads us to eternal life.
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)
The Swiss Christian Police Association is a politically neutral professional organisation.
We are Christian and non-denominational and have a public utility character.
With a new project, the CPV wants to help police officers who feel exhausted or burnt out. At the wonderful Boutique Hotel Palaima, we sponsor a time-out for all those who need time to relax, get away from it all and take a deep breath.
The Bluelightcamp offers you a unique insight into the behind-the-scenes work of the blue light professions. For five days, you will discover the exciting tasks of the police, the fire brigade and the medical service.