Securing the Faithful Training Seminar:
We live in a time of violence, a time where everyone wants their few minutes of fame, even if they need die at the end of it. Violence is rampant and the world needs the church now more than ever. Our faith leaders have an awesome responsibility to congregants to watch not only for their spiritual safety but also their physical safety. The burning question is how do we provide for the safety of our flock while remaining an open and inviting congregation, this seminar by an expert in this field will answer that question and provide guidance to many of the questions asked by faith leaders today. This training is unique in that it is based upon a biblical approach to all questions related to security, yet also applies sound principles of risk reduction and methods for Securing the Faithful.
✓ The Changing World and Violence in Places of
✓ Safety Teams Selection and Role
✓ The Importance of Greetings
✓ The Question of Firearms in Places of Worship
✓ Addressing Violence Potential (The Three R’s)
✓ Policy and Planning for Violence
✓ The Use of Force (When Justified)
✓ Evaluating the Physical Environment
✓ What to Expect When the Police Arrive.
Who should attend? Any faith organization’s leadership and safety team, as well as local law enforcement officers called upon to work with them in making the place of worship safer.
Date, Location and Time:
February 22, 2020
09:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with breaks and time out for lunch (on your own). 5401-B Barns Ave NW (Room 215/216), Roanoke, VA 24019
The small fee for this course includes a copy of the instructor’s book, Securing the Faithful, as well as handout materials to supplement the training and book contents.
Cost & Registration: The fee to attend this newly updated seminar is currently $30 per person, but only 60 seats are available.
To register and pay using a credit card please go to https://www.crimepreventioncenter.org/training-courses/a7-19 and complete the form, or to register multiple attendees of for questions call 540-266-4691.
This course provides churches proven techniques for establishing safety in the church, while maintaining the inviting openness critical to the church's mission. This course is infused with scripture, demonstrating that we have truly been given all things pertaining to life and Godliness. Contact u