October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month!

We wanted to further explore the effects of domestic violence during the COVID 19 pandemic from a Religious, Law Enforcement, and Clinical perspective.

For this live zoom presentation, we will be joined by Pastor Rocky Stone, Sandals Church, Menifee, Lieutenant Denise Keith, Menifee Police Department, Lieutenant Kevin Lamb, Moreno Valley Police Department, and Jeff L. Hartwig, MA PPS LPCC Clinical Counselor for Alternatives to Domestic Violence.

This group of panelists will discuss how COVID 19 lockdowns and confinement measures exacerbated the challenges that they normally face in their various professions and how they have been forced to deal with the Pandemic within the Pandemic.

Please join us!

Pastor Rocky Stone

Rocky Stone was born in LA and raised in Moreno Valley and Riverside. He is a US Army veteran and a California Baptist University alumnus. Before becoming the Pastor of Sandals Church Menifee, Rocky served as a Teaching Pastor while also working as a General Contractor in Chicago. He has been married to Nicole for 9 years and together they have four sons, Amere (13) Avante (11) Owen (5) and Graham (3). Rocky loves tacos, woodworking, and walking with people as they discover how amazing it is to be all in with Jesus.


Lieutenant Denise Keith

Lieutenant Denise Keith began her law enforcement career in Texas in 2005 and brings over 14 years’ experience to the Menifee Police Department, including a year and half with the Denton County Sheriff’s Department and over 13 years with the Addison Police Department. She promoted to Lieutenant in 2015 and supervised both the Patrol and Criminal Investigations Divisions. Prior to that, she served as a Sergeant for four years, spending time supervising patrol shifts, criminal investigations, and deployment.

Lieutenant Keith earned her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from the University of North Texas. She also graduated from the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA) – School of Executive Leadership and the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA) – School of Police Supervision.

Lieutenant Kevin Lamb

Lieutenant Kevin Lamb

Lieutenant Kevin Lamb started his law enforcement career in 1995 as an Explorer for the Riverside Sheriff’s Department. In 2001 he became a sworn deputy and assigned to the Moreno Valley Station. While in Moreno Valley he worked a variety assignments to include Problem Oriented Policing, Gangs, Burglary Suppression, and K9. In 2009, he was promoted to Sergeant and assigned to the Lake Elsinore Station. In 2011 he began supervising the Regional Gang Task Force Team assigned to the Perris/Menifee Area. He later became the first dedicated Sergeant assigned to the Menifee contract. This position allowed him to establish a relationship with the local ADV shelter. In 2018 he was Promoted to Lieutenant and assigned back to the Moreno Valley Station. He is currently assigned to the Administrative position helping manage a station of approximately 202 personnel. Lt. Lamb has continued his relationship with the ADV shelter providing numerous donations throughout the year to help those in need. Lt. Lamb possesses a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from Cal Baptist University, and a Masters in Management from the University of Redlands.

Jeff L. Hartwig

After graduating from BIOLA University, Jeff enrolled in the Graduate program at Azusa Pacific University earning his Master’s degree in educational counseling. He then began counseling in school districts, working with youth struggling through challenges of parental conflict, divorce, ADHD, ADD, social anxiety, impulsive behaviors, stress and assisting athletes with sports enhancement. Jeff returned to Azusa Pacific University to earn an additional Master’s degree as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. After he completed his 3000 clinical intern hours, he passed his clinical exam to gain his license. He has since assisted adults through their personal struggles such as: anxiety, anger, depression, grief and loss, plus many other diagnoses. Jeff’s belief is ” As I assist those that seek me out, I know there are others in that person’s life I may never meet, but the help I give will impact more than the person in front of me. That, to me is an inspiring feeling.”