Responsibilities of the program are crisis intervention, victim compensation information, information and referrals, social service advocacy, order of protection assistance, transportation, community education, police training, case investigation up-dates, follow-up, jail release notification, prevention programs and safety checks for victims. To be committed under the Act, a person must have been convicted of a sexually violent offense and suffer from a mental disorder. Additionally, prosecutors must prove that the offender is likely to commit future acts of sexual violence if released from custody. The Law Enforcement Chaplain is led in his or her own faith to be available and ready to serve those in need. Once committed to IDHS, offenders are re-evaluated on a regular basis to determine if they continue to meet the criteria for commitment as a sexually violent person. She will work vigorously to defend your rights throughout the process and provide strong negotiation and litigation to achieve the best outcome possible for your situation. A Law Enforcement Chaplain is a clergy person with special interest and training for providing pastoral care in the high powered and dangerous world of Law Enforcement. The police interrupted this offense and arrested McCabe. The law enforcement officer's clergy person or religious advisor in their private life, although trained in ministry, is not necessarily abreast of the particular problems and dangers faced by police officers. In , he was convicted of attempted aggravated battery after he followed a woman who was walking home from work. All phone calls are returned the same day, even outside of regular business hours. As situations dictate, personal contact is made to determine the needs of the crime victim. In doing so, our goal is to find Alton's faith community connecting with each other. She will diligently and efficiently examine evidence and conduct her own investigation to determine the credibility of the complaining witness and validity of the claim.