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I am passionate about helping
police jurisdictions to create
a Conflict Resolution Culture that contributes to OFFICER WELLNESS 
physically, socially, mentally,
emotionally & spiritually

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Dr. Francis Munangi Mpindu is the author of the successful book "Community Policing: the Path to Healthier Relationships... a Police Chaplain's Perspective", which invites the COMMUNITY & the POLICE into a journey of discovering one another, and creating a new culture of relating to each other in healthier ways. This book is now being used in teaching Police Foundations by various colleges/universities and endorsed as a ‘required reading’ by police organizations, for officers and chaplains

Dr. Mpindu is a graduate of Harare Theological College (Harare, Zimbabwe), Daystar University College (Nairobi, Kenya), Prairie College (Three Hills, Alberta), Trinity Western University (Langley, British Columbia), University of Ottawa & St. Paul University (Ottawa, Ontario), York University (Toronto, Ontario), and the University of Pretoria, South Africa where he earned a PhD in Humanities (Philosophy & Ethics). His professional training also includes certified alternative dispute & conflict resolution (mediation, negotiation), certified life coach, certified workplace fairness analysis, certified grief edu therapy (emotional wellness), narrative trauma therapy, and decolonial processes. He has had numerous opportunities to work with and equip different leaders in various contexts around the world including the Philippines, Jamaica, South Africa, Botswana, India, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Canada’s First Nations in Alberta, northern Saskatchewan, and northern Ontario. He has a wealth of experience, drawing from his over 20 years of being in senior leadership and management positions in different workplaces, including not-for-profit organizations. Among his other involvements in the community, Dr. Mpindu serves on various boards of organizations and is a Chaplain with York Regional Police (for 18 years) and a Police & Community Relations Consultant with police jurisdictions globally. In his ‘spare time,’ he loves to play and/or watch football (soccer) and listen to ‘new country’ music. He also takes delight in learning about different cultures and their languages and eating different foods. … He says, “Eating is natural, what you eat is cultural.”



  •  decolonial practitioner

  •  officer wellness training

         (emotional, mental, social,


  • de-escalation skills

  • creating a conflict resolution culture:

      - within the organization…

        - within the ranks…
        - within the community…

        - within your family…

  • quality customer service delivery

  • workplace fairness assessments

  • one-on-one conversations:

       - officer wellness 

       (emotional, mental,

       social, spiritual)…
       - handling conflicts

       - officiate weddings …
       - pre-marital / marital

       /divorce counselling …

       - grief edu therapy …

          (dealing with significant


  • life coaching

  • guest speaking

Please Note: We also provide customized trainings


(For organizations, businesses/workplaces, boards, places of worship, schools, colleges/universities)

  •   decolonial practitioner

  •  navigating diversity & inclusivity

  •  mediation & negotiation

  •  creating a conflict resolution culture

  •  team building training

  •  handling disputes & conflicts effectively

  • workplace fairness assessments

  • community policing partnerships

  •  student / teacher / parent relationships

  • pre-marital / marital / divorce counselling

  •  weddings officiant

  • life coaching

  •  grief edu therapy (emotional wellness)

  • narrative trauma therapy

  • guest speaking / special events

  • guest lecturing


  • internships/coaching opportunities for students and youth

  • support children and youth projects

  • guest lecturing


This book invites the COMMUNITY & the POLICE into a journey of discovering one another and creating a new culture of relating to each other in healthier ways.

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Watch some videos of Dr Mpindu sharing his thoughts on prayer, forgiveness & community policing.