Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, the director of the Jewish Uniformed Service Association (JUSA), was recognized on Wednesday for his dedication and service as Chaplain for the Baltimore Police Department.
Baltimore Jewish Life
Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, the director of the Jewish Uniformed Service Association (JUSA), was recognized on Wednesday for his dedication and service as Chaplain for the Baltimore Police Department. In a ceremony held at the department’s Northwestern District, Rabbi Tenenbaum was presented with a letter of appreciation by Major Danita Boyd and Jewish Liaison Sgt. Bill Currie.
The recognition highlighted Rabbi Tenenbaum’s tireless efforts to support the police officers and staff, offering spiritual guidance and counseling to members of the Baltimore Police Department. Rabbi Tenenbaum has played an essential role in fostering communication and understanding between the department and the Jewish community.
Following the presentation, Rabbi Tenenbaum addressed the officers at Roll Call, expressing his gratitude for their service and commitment to the city. He offered his prayers and blessings to the brave men and women of the BPD, acknowledging their dedication to protecting and serving the people of Baltimore.
The Jewish Uniformed Service Association, led by Rabbi Tenenbaum, works to support Jewish members in law enforcement, military, and other uniformed services. JUSA provides various resources, such as religious materials, counseling, and support for Jewish holidays and life cycle events.
Today’s recognition ceremony reinforces the strong bond between the Baltimore Police Department and the Jewish community, as well as the importance of spiritual support and guidance for the officers serving our city.